Enjoy this free issue of Sports Spectrum's first ever interactive digital magazine, which includes 14 pages of Sports Spectrum stories and columns, video content of Sports Spectrum interviews, podcasts and more multimedia features. Now you can read Sports Spectrum on your laptop, ipad or tablet.
As the holidays approach, this first ever interactive and digital issue is our gift to you, free for the next few weeks. We appreciate your commitment and support to our product, and we're looking forward to many more years of bringing you faith and sports.
The issue features CFL legend Anthony Calvillo, bull rider Travis Briscoe, Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen, voice of the Arizona Cardinals Dave Pasch (SPORTS YAPP) and Colts ex-punter Hunter Smith (Another Angle). View the Fall 2011 digital issue here.
Our Fall 2011 issue, featuring Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson on the cover, has arrived at the Sports Spectrum offices. If you are a subscriber, you'll be receiving your own issue within the next few weeks.
This issue features closeups on Florida Marlins utility player Omar Infante, surfer Matt Beacham, windsurfer Allison Shreeve and former NFL quarterback and current U.S. Congressman Heath Shuler along with features on Boston Red Sox All-Star slugging first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, Butler basketball head coach Brad Stevens, North Carolina basketball star Tyler Zeller, Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, PGA golfer Bernhard Langer, NASCAR veteran Bobby Labonte, Sporting Kansas City player Michael Harrington and Saint Louis Cardinals right fielder Lance Berkman along with Brett Honeycutt's column about Tim Tebow's playing time.
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While many athletes are judged solely on how well they fare against their competition, surfers are ultimately judged on how they handle what the sea throws at them. Once surf companies saw video clips of Matt Beacham’s bag of tricks, a professional career was born and Beacham has been getting paid to surf since.
Utilizing the video medium may have helped promote his career, but Beacham had bigger aspirations than simply making a living. Surrounded by a solid crew of friends who shared the same vision, The Foundation and Noah’s Arc videos were produced to document the testimonies of several professional surfers and how God had impacted their lives...