A drone's view of Candlestick Park in late 2014 during the early stages of demolition.
The street parties after the San Francisco Giants win World Series number 3.
The deafening roar filled the air with every wicked strike Lincecum launched at the demoralized Texas Rangers in the final innings of game five of the 2010 World Series. Tonight was the [...]
In the shadow of the state Capitol, filled with legislators desperately trying to pass a budget in a time of fiscal crisis, the most talented group of pro riders ever assembled on US soil arrived [...]
Some big names in this year's ToC: Tom Boonen, Fabian Cancellara, Levi Leipheimer, Paolo Bettini, David Millar, Dave Zabriskie, George Hincapie, Chris Horner, Jens Voigt, and Freddie Rodrigue
While wandering the streets of Madrid waiting for the Vuelta a Espana peleton to arrive, I got a chance to catch some junior racing through the streets of Madrid. I told the security guys I was [...]
I did some behind-the-scenes snooping around at this year's Vuelta to capture what all goes in to making an event this large tick. Every single stage takes a whole lotta preparation, equipment, [...]
The final stage of the 2007 Vuelta is a short 104 km trip from Rivas Vaciamadrid to Madrid. Well actually it ended up being only 98km–the peloton rode so slowly that the organizers decided [...]
Collado Villalba is a city about 25 miles northwest of Madrid. The entire downtown has been transformed into a staging area for the Vuelta. The team busses lined two of the streets hubbing from [...]
I drove out to Avila, a city about an hour outside of Madrid to see the start of Stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana. Avila is surrounded by a medieval wall constructed in 1090. The newer part of the [...]
This year's ToC prologue was the same route as last year: a short, fast individual time trial down the Embarcadero and up to the summit of Telegraph Hill at the base of Coit Tower. I took some [...]
This is the inaugural year of the Tour of California. This event replaces the San Francisco Grand Prix, which had a very successful five year run, with fans turning out in the near-million range.
Just minutes after Stanford's 38-31 loss to Notre Dame, demolition began on Stanford Stadium. Backhoes began ripping out sod, fans got out their toolkits to dismantle bleacher seats for [...]