Recent Performance Sports News
If walking into Oakley’s super gnarly-looking Interplanetary Headquarters in California this past year wasn’t enough to welcome Rory McIlroy to the family, no worries. The party just started. The young Irish Golf Superstar, fresh off a phenomenal overall performance at the Masters in Augusta this month, is now featured in the second issue of Oakley’s new magazine, One Icon. Step into the culture and spirit of Oakley – and meet the Rory. Read it now!
The Bryan Brothers may not be unbeatable. But they’re pretty damn close. Oakley’s long-time star Tennis twins emerged with another victory at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Tournament in Monaco, topping Juan Ignacio Chela and Bruno Soares, 6-3, 6-2. Hot on the heels of another clay victory in Houston last week (River Oaks Country Club), this win marked their 70th Team Title – with 18 coming at the ATP World Masters 1000 level. The dynamic duo is now tied for second on the all-time list with Todd Woolbridge.
Scoring Machine: O’s Anaheim Ducks Star Corey Perry Nabs Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy for Top NHL Goal Scorer
The Anaheim Ducks smashed their way into the playoffs. But it was Corey Perry’s own individual rippage that really swung the momentum. The O slasher’s heroic efforts and scoring during the last couple weeks of the regular season catapulted the team from a bottom of the barrel playoff position to the middle the pack. But make no mistake. He’d been doing that all season. (In his Oakley Hockey Visor, of course.) So much so that the right wing grabbed the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy as the NHL’s top goal scorer for the 2010-11 season: the latest Duck since fellow Oakley athlete and legend Teemu Selanne took the inaugural award for his killer 1998-99 campaign.