SBJ/Dec. 16-22, 2013/Year End
Images that stood out
Published December 16, 2013, Page 32
Bridging the gap
Tiger Woods hits a ball from East to West on the Bosphorus Bridge that connects the continents of Europe and Asia. The promotion was for the Turkish Airlines Open golf tournament in Istanbul.
Catching up at the Super Bowl
A fan makes the grab for a “Bridgestone Performance Moment” at the NFL Fan Experience leading up to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
Laura Robson (left) and Maria Kirilenko watch as Caroline Wozniacki plays a shot on a mirror court. The prop was part of an Adidas by Stella McCartney media launch in Melbourne, Australia.
Trade you a Prince Fielder for …
To celebrate the release of its latest baseball card series, Topps unveils this giant baseball card at Peterson Park in Lakeland, Fla. The card, which measured 90 feet by 60 feet, depicted Prince Fielder, who appears on the cover of the Topps 2013 Series 1 box.
Fans got into the action at the Denver Nuggets opener against the Portland Trail Blazers as Pepsi Max celebrated the newest chapter in its “Uncle Drew” series. The chapter features Nuggets point guard Nate Robinson as “Lights,” who fans implored to “get buckets.”
Frozen in time
An ESPN camera operator battles the elements as he works the second half of the match between Costa Rica and Team USA in Commerce City, Colo.
Cleaning up on the 7 line
As part of its activation around the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in New York City, Head & Shoulders took over several subway trains, inviting New Yorkers headed to Citi Field on the 7 line to “ride the whiff.” The activation highlighted the new Old Spice-scented shampoo from Head & Shoulders.
MilkED for all it’s worth
George Kottaras (left) of the Kansas City Royals and Robbie Ross of the Texas Rangers compete in a rookie cow milking contest sponsored by Dairy Max at Rangers Ballpark.
jumping right in
A guest poses in a booth sponsored by AT&T during the USOC 100 Days Out celebration in New York City’s Times Square. The event began the countdown to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Something to wine about
The Team Wine Shoe is on display at the NFL Consumer Products Summit in Nashville. Team Sports America said the logoed wine bottle stand has been the company’s top-selling NFL product for two years.
A really big swing
A worker adds the putter on a 12-foot-tall statue of Fred Funk installed at the headquarters of Mutual of Omaha, which sponsors the golfer.