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Natural Flow and Harmony (Published OTT Magazine July 2014)

We can do many things with many resources, yet never without water.


I have mentioned previously Bruce Lee’s famous quote using water as the way to understand the mind I hope the resonance feels right for you. 219 more words


Oakley goes high-tech in materials and engineering for October releases

You can see Oakley’s latest engineering marvels—set for an October release—via my exclusive with Popular Mechanics. Check out the high-tech materials and industrial design, along with the engineering accomplishments packed into a pair of sunglasses. 6 more words

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Inside the world's premier paddleboarding event

The tips of Moloka’i and O’ahu separate by 32 miles, including the daunting Ka’iwi Channel. Thirty-two miles of shifting currents, open water and unknown conditions. Taking on that 32 mile-stretch on a paddleboard has given the Molokai’i-2-O’ahu Paddleboard World Championships a singular position atop the list of paddleboard races in the world for the last 18 years. 10 more words

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Bell Helmets offers best of both worlds

The tradeoff between ventilation and aerodynamic needs comes with a flip of a switch in the new Bell Helmets creation. Take a look at the high-tech helmet via my Sports Illustrated article here

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(As published in ‘Unique Times’)

Remember the invention of fire? It has changed the way people lived. We started cooking our food. Then, was the invention of the wheel. 889 more words

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Knead to know: this summer's must-have baking accessories

The nation’s favourite foodie TV show, The Great British Bake Off, is soon returning to our screens so during my recent stint at the Evening Standard I thought I’d compile a list of the coolest accessories to make baking that little bit more fun. 29 more words


Ballpark Quirks: Talking ivy and brick at Wrigley

Wrigley Field has pure quirkiness. But nothing fits my weekly Sports Illustrated Ballpark Quirks column better than the field’s ivy and brick. Learn about its history via my SI article here

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