A young male tennis player wearing a yellow shirt rests a black, red, and yellow racket on his shoulder. He is standing on red clay courts, with green windscreens protecting the enclosure.
A man in a green shirt and a tan baseball cap palms a ball inside a well-oiled baseball glove. The glove is a key piece of equipment for America's favorite pastime, and comes in several styles based upon the player's position.
An interesting photographic angle shows a tennis player in action. As the ball bounces toward the strike zone, the player pulls his racquet back, ready to swing. When the ball strikes the sweet spot of the racquet, it will be propelled over the net.
A six-string red electric guitar is photographed leaning casually against blue-jeaned legs, atop a bright yellow background. The man who picks up this electric guitar will bring it to life with music.
Many exercise bikes include attached televisions or other decides to provide entertainment to the user while he or she is riding. Many people enjoy using an mp3 player to listen to music while exercising.
A pair of red, black and silver hockey skates is photographed on a white background. When this equipment is placed on the hockey player's feet and laced up, it will allow the player to glide quickly across the ice.
When NBA journeyman Stephen Jackson met George Floyd -- a 6-foot-6 former basketball player himself -- for the first time, the resemblance between the two of them was so striking that both men figured they might be related.
ESPN. Mon, 1 Jun 2020 19:52:31 EST.
To most watching Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho remove his jersey to reveal a handwritten "Justice for George Floyd" message on his undershirt, it was a powerful expression of activism on a soccer field.
Ap. ABC News. Mon, 01 Jun 2020 13:00:15 +0000.
Former NBA star J.R. Smith attacked a man who allegedly vandalized his car during the unrest in Los Angeles over the death of George Floyd, according to video that emerged Sunday.
Daniel Canova. Fox News. Sun, 31 May 2020 22:23:54 GMT.
Researchers designed experiments using gene-editing tools to discover how molecules called gangliosides serve as de facto gatekeepers to allow the virus entry into liver cells and trigger disease.
Science Daily. Fri, 29 May 2020 16:13:01 EDT.