And so it was easy when it came to exercising both before and after giving birth to daughter Scout Margery this spring.
For one night, the world's top athletes trade in the high tops for high heels and the shoulder pads for pocket squares.
With the NFL, NBA and NHL in the offseason and MLB still enjoying its All-Star break, ESPN annually fills one of the slower nights of the domestic sporting calendar with The ESPYS. Although members of four MLS...
A number of current, former, and future USC volleyball players have had success in recent international beach volleyball competitions, this summer.
Incoming Trojan freshmen Lucas Yoder and Sara Hughes both won bronze medals with their partners at the FIVB U19 World Championship in Porto, Portugal, that concluded July 14. Each duo lost in the semifinals to the eventual gold-medal team.
Yoder, who will play with the USC men's indoor team, is a 2013 All-CIF Division I first team outside hitter from San Clemente (Calif.) High whose father (the late Dave Yoder), uncle (All-American Bob Yoder) and cousins (Erin and Paul) all have played at USC.
The U.S. beach volleyball team of Jake Gibb and Casey Patterson defeated the reigning world champions to win the bronze medal on Sunday at the FIVB Gstaad Grand Slam.
Gibb (Bountiful, Utah) and Patterson (Van Nuys, Calif.), seeded No. 6, ensured that they completed their set of World Tour medals with a 21-18, 21-18 win in 38 minutes against world champions Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen from Netherlands, who were seeded No. 11.
But after a victory over America’s reigning Olympic gold medalists last summer and two international competitions to start the 2013 season, the 29-year-old former All-American pitcher is making a career for himself as the big man on the beach.