Blah blah blah hard work dedication but that's not enough, bruh! Wear a skull bandana over your mouth because that's what really matters! Or something. This ad features Aaron Rodgers, Von Miller, Brandon Ingram and Paul Pogba.
Very moving tribute to the great hockey players and the kids who have been inspired by them for Scotia Bank's sponsorship of the World Cup of Hockey. Love the match cutting between kids and professionals in photographs.
Running shoes are great for treadmills, but when it comes to everything else in the gym they are definitely the wrong shoe. Stability is key. To get people to understand this, Animal Stockholm created Workout TR 2.0.
Chris Mosier, the first transgender athlete to make the U.S. men's Olympic team, stars in Nike's newest "Unlimited" campaign installment which aired this Monday night on NBC. Mosier is a duathlete who transitioned in 2010, and joined the men's national team in 2015.
The VO guy totally loses his shit in this charming and at times very funny Nike spot. It's 2:26 seconds and shares the same everything-but-the-kitchen-sink math as Write The Future. It gets out the Bro Bludgeon, pummeling you with noise and action.
The Star-Spangled Banner electrified version played by St. Vincent wafts its over the scene of grounds crew creating stencils out of spray paint on astroturf. But instead of marking each team by name, (i.e.
Australians love their sports but they have a really close relationship with the Qantas Wallabies. In this spot, we see just how close it is, when all of Brisbane is literally coming together to support the team.
David Ortiz is retiring following his last season. In this SportsCenter ad, we see the slugger and founder of Big Papi's Kitchen watching Stan Verrett and Neil Everett and brainstorming some new potential eatery names.