- Amazingly, Sadly, Fat Lineman Is Now Even Fatter
- Ken Jeong Photobombed Kate Upton At A Bunch Of GQ Shoots
- Michelle Beadle Thinks Her Relationship With Erin Andrews Is Like Tiger Woods And Sergio Garcia's
- A Children's Treasury Of People Catching Foul Balls While Holding Babies
- Injured Steelers Tight End Heath Miller Is Improving, But Cautious
2012 Summer Olympics
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Ryan Lochte is a world-class swimmer, Serena Williams one of the best tennis players ever. But neither is a prerequisite for being a slick crooner or a fleet-footed dancer. In fact, I would imagine Ryan Lochte especially is terrible at both. Still, that won’t stop them from planning a night out on the town in NYC. Read more after the jump.
Oscar Pistorius was not at his best on Sunday night, losing his first Paralympic race ever in the 200 meters. He didn’t chalk up the loss to having an off-night, or to winner Alan Fonteles Oliverira’s masterful performance, but rather to an alleged advantage the height of his rival’s blades gave him. That kind of unwarranted hurling of Oliverira under the bus is pretty dickish under normal circumstances, but coming from a guy who’s been facing the same exact harsh criticism for years? Come on dude, that’s not very Citius, Altius, Fortius of you. Read more after the jump.
We were as fascinated by the Ryan Lochte phenomenon as anyone during the Olympics – so much so that we’ve continued to chronicle basically everything the guy’s done in public even since the Games ended. One thing he’s done: improve upon his infamously weak interview skills. Proof after the jump.
Last night, ESPN’s hard-hitting newsroom show, E:60, did a segment on Hope Solo and her appearance in ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue.” Like all of the athletes in the “Body Issue,” Hope was completely naked for her photo shoot, with only some strategically placed hands and expertly crossed thighs keeping it PG.
Scottie Pippen, the only player on the 1992 Dream Team to not sign an agreement with 2K Sports which would allow the company to use his virtual likeness, has had a change of heart. What this means, after the jump.
Gabby Gabrielle Douglas appeared recently on Oprah’s Next Chapter, and spoke candidly to Oprah about a few things, that, if you weren’t an expert on Douglas, you probably didn’t know. Watch the clips, and stay tuned for a tender moment between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. And a non-tender moment between some of the Real Housewives of New Jersey. That Teresa’s a real bitch.
Well, it’s been an eventful weekend in Lochte-land – both Ryan and family – and we at SportsGrid fancy ourselves faithful Lochte chroniclers, so we looked at the good, the bad, and the ugly. More after the jump.