Oscar De La Hoya is it—boxing’s Golden Boy, himself. 1992 Olympic gold medalist, winner of multiple world titles in six weight classes, and owner of Golden Boy Promotions, Oscar has transformed from legendary fighter to savvy businessman. No matter what life has thrown at Oscar, he rolls with the punches sporting his signature smile.
As we zipped around America’s most friendly city with Shep as our guide, stopping for a round of golf, to check the waves, and even touring a few of his investment properties, we learned that balance is key to anything Shep does.
His rise to the top of the Billboards came from an unlikely starting point, but through a love of the stage and a passion for songwriting, Cole Swindell has established himself as one of Country Music’s rising stars. Throughout his journey to the top, nothing has meant more to him than writing and performing songs for his fans.
Carving waves for a living in the most beautiful locations in the world and the fame that comes with it can bring only so much happiness. For legendary professional surfer Josh Kerr, it was all about returning home to his family and growing the sport that gave him everything.
Whether you love him or hate him, there's no denying the fact that Joe Buck is THE current voice of American sports. We’ll give you an uncensored insider’s look the whirlwind life of the iconic announcer, from the broadcasting booth during baseball's Opening Day to inside the ropes of golf’s most recent major championship.
From selling board shorts out of his car to overseeing the top surf brand in the world, Quiksilver USA co-founder Bob McKnight has seen it all. But nothing has meant more to him than being able to work alongside his son, Robbie, and start their own brand.
Passion for his city and the culinary scene has led New Orleans chef Michael Gulotta to his first James Beard Award nomination. It's no wonder with the one hundred hour workweeks split between his two thriving restaurants and the tireless chase to make sure every one of his guests leaves happy.
Thanks to the mentorship of managers and coaches, self-motivation, and the belief that he would never be outworked, Eric Karros went from a college baseball walk-on to hitting the most career homeruns in Los Angeles Dodgers history.