Recent Performance Sports News
Twin brothers. Tennis teammates. Olympic Champions. Americans Bob and Mike Bryan have emerged as the most successful tennis doubles pair of all time and at 35-years-old, they are having their most successful season yet. They began their year winning the gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, which they consider their greatest career accomplishment. Since then, there’s been no stopping these boys. They’ve won every Grand Slam title since, including the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon, and they will be going for the “Calendar Slam” as they attempt to win another US Open this August in New York. And perhaps the most impressive stat of all, if you date back past the 2012 Olympics, the Bryan Brothers won the 2012 US Open, the Olympic gold medal, and then the previously discussed Grand Slam titles, completing what is known as the “Golden Slam.” The Bryan Brothers became the first men’s doubles team in Open-era history to hold all four Grand Slam titles simultan...
“A Ride For The Ages” - Oakley Launches One Icon Feature Visually Depicting The 100th Edition of the Tour de France
The French landscape is filled with mystique, beauty and wonder. From two monstrous mountain ranges (Alps and Pyrenees), to the turquoise coastline of the French Riviera, to the historic Champs-Élysées under the bright lights of the Eiffel Tower, the backdrop of the Tour de France is unrivaled. From the avid sports fan, to the casual observer, it is hard to compete against the stimulating imagery that comes out of the greatest race in cycling.
Mariana Pajon can already claim the title of Olympic Champion and World Champion, so what’s another UCI BMX Supercross World Cup Title on the old resume? The 21-year-old Columbian BMX superstar took down some of the world’s best to win the World Cup #3 stop in Papendal, Netherlands this past weekend. Oakley ladies Arielle Martin and Lauren Reynolds rounded out the podium in Europe.