Among women topping the list are Serena Williams, WTA World Number One tennis player and at No. Williams claims lucrative endorsement deals with Gatorade, and Wilson, and Nike, and has a clothing line that sells on Home Shopping Network. Joining her on the Power 100 podium are fellow Olympians Misty May-Treanor; Abby Wambach; Aly Raisman; Kerri Walsh; Missy Franklin; Megan Rapinoe; and Hope Solo.
This is an excerpt from Pilates for Hip and Knee Syndromes and Arthroplasties by Beth Kaplanek, Brett Levine, and William Jaffe. In addition, using preoperative and postoperative targeted exercise programs may improve gait adaptations associated with hip and knee osteoarthritis and arthroplasty (Levine, Jaffe, and Kaplanek 2009; Brosseau et al. Read more about Pilates for Hip and Knee Syndromes and Arthroplasties by Beth Kaplanek, Brett Levine, and William Jaffe.
Tiger Woods is the last American to win the PGA Championship—he did so in 2007. Last week, it was announced that Woods and watchmaker Tag Heuer have ended their sponsorship deal, and confirmed by Woods agent Mark Steinberg of Excel Sports Management. Following Scott’s win in Ohio on Sunday, CBS’ David Feherty conducted an interview with Woods’ former caddie Steve Williams, who now carries Scott’s bag.
After her breakout run in the Australian Open, including a quarterfinal win over Serena Williams, American Sloane Stephens is sitting pretty in 2013—and so is her clothing and shoe sponsor, Under Armour. But in the retail trenches of the 15 billion dollar women’s fitness apparel market, Under Armour and peers like Williams’ Nike are being challenged by an upstart that doesn’t even have a proper tennis line, let alone a WTA spokeswoman: Vancouver-based lululemon athletica. Unlike Under ...