Posts Tagged ‘ESPN’
Knee Deep: An ACL Journal (Journey)
Six weeks ago, I earned membership in a club I never wanted to join. To be honest, I can’t think of a club I’ve ever wanted to join. Maybe it’s a side-effect of a lifetime spent participating in team sports. But when a friend mentions joining a “running club” or a “surfing meet-up,” I balk…Read More
The DOB Returns for Rio!
For the past eight years and five Olympics, I’ve written a Daily Olympics Blog — a once-a-day personal journal about what it’s like to cover the Olympics. Like this blog itself, it’s been a way for me to share the stories behind the stories I write while I’m on the clock at ESPN. I started…Read More
Alyssa Will Do It!
Remember Mikey, the kid from the Life cereal commercials who would try anything? Lately, I feel like that kid.Read More
Live! From New York … It’s ESPN The Magazine!
Last Wednesday, I had the opportunity to be part of what I think is one of the coolest things we’ve done at ESPN The Magazine. In conjunction with Pop-Up Magazine, we performed ESPN The Mag, The Live Issue.Read More
Ladies, All the Ladies
The women in action sports who are making (my) headlines this week.Read More
This week, I did something completely frivolous and silly that I’ve been wanting to do for years. I went to a taping of Dancing With the Stars. (With a Terrible Towel in my purse!)Read More
Last weekend, more than 90 inches of snow fell onto California’s Mammoth Mountain … and I was there to witness it.Read More
Be A “Yes!” Man
Tuesday night, I posted a photo on Facebook. Within minutes, I started getting texts … from friends who had passed up tickets to that night’s Lakers game. Let’s just say they’ll never do that again.Read More
Bet On It!
It’s always fun to discover a new subculture of sports, a world I know little about nestled within a world I often think I know too much about. Last weekend, that happened in the most unlikely of places: Las Vegas.Read More
A Case For Seat Time
To drive or not to drive. Since I moved to California in October 2008, that has been the question.Read More