Photographs by Chad Griffith Styling by Melina Kemph At 22-0, with 19 knockouts, there aren’t many super lightweight fighters eager to step In the ring with Regis “The Rougarou” Prograis. Now fighting out of Houston, the New Orleans-born prizefighter built a fast
Photographs by Mark Peterson Special thanks to Church Street Boxing Gym “To err is human, to forgive is divine.” – Alexander Pope The last time Jared Gordon died was on Christmas Day of 2015. After his heart was restarted by an Emergency Medical
Photographs by Chad Griffith Styling by Melina Kemph Featured Shirt and Jacket: Bonobos Did you know that you always wanted to become an NBA player? I actually wanted to be a soccer player growing up. Soccer was always the number one sport in Turkey.
Photos by Paul Nelson The Moab 240 is more than just an endurance race. It’s a test of how far the human mind can push the body through unconscionable pain. The 238.3 mile course winds through desert, canyons, up and down
Much like the game of basketball itself, an NBA player’s career is all about adjustments. For Portland Trailblazers sophomore Wade Baldwin, adjustments have been a way of life through the course of his young basketball career. After forgoing his Junior and
Transitioning from competitive snowboarding to film and backcountry projects, Kimmy Fasani has seen all sides of the downhill sport. At Burton Snowboards’ showroom in New York City, Fasani spoke to AQabout her unique path down the mountain. How did you get
Photographs by Anthony Geathers NFL scouts can be a very jaded bunch. Just listen to the coverage of the NFL draft each year, and you will hear talk of offensive linemen with “short arms” and running backs with “high pad levels.”
Photographs by Chad Griffith Styling by Marisa Ellison When you look at an NFL player’s resume and see several teams listed, you might think that player has been clawing his way at every stop to stay in the league. But Marshall Newhouse,