Thursdays sale after several weeks of bidding was first reported by ESPN.com. The collector wasnt identified. Online bidding started at $5,000 before soaring to $104,765 when bidding was closed, said Michael Russek, operations director for Grey Flannel Auctions in Westhampton, N.Y. Truman was thrilled and really happy with the overall number, Russek said Thursday. He has no crazy plans other than paying off his college tuition. Russek called it the most expensive pair of game-used footwear that anyone has ever sold. It just smashed the record. Grey Flannel previously sold a view publisher site pair of game-used rookie Air Jordans for $21,780 that also had been used by Jordan. More recently, another auction house sold a pair of shoes Jordan wore in his rookie season for $31,070, Russek said.
The man in surveillance images used credit cards stolen from a car to purchase mostly woman’s items at the Cherry Creek shopping center and at stores along the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver, according to a Crime Stoppers media release. The suspect wore shoes with pink shoe laces, police said. Anyone with information on the case, or on a possible suspect, is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720 913-STOP (7867); or send a text to: 274637 (CRIMES) then title DMCS and enter a message. Tipsters can earn a reward of up to $2,000.
New ‘smart’ running shoes could help prevent injury
Suh’s history of dirty play led to his large punishment, but Dockett did something similar and got off with a slap on the wrist. He was even able to laugh about it this week. I was not stepN on no hands I was just tap dancing out of anger!! DARNELL DOCKETT (@ddockett) December 14, 2013 Steelers center Cody Wallace got off pretty easy too. After Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks recovered a fumble, Wallace dug his fist into Starks’ groin . Starks wasn’t happy and said he’d be checking to see if the NFL fined Wallace.
NFL thinks Brandon Marshall’s orange shoes are twice as bad as stomping a hand or punching a groin
[ 10 Fitness Apps: Which Is Best for Your Personality? ] There are still experiments to be done to improve the technology before it becomes available to consumers. The shoes could be on store shelves within two years, Heinig told LiveScience. The project is just one of several such efforts coming out of the shoe industry, said Jay Dicharry, a physical therapist and lab director at the REP Biomechanics Lab in Bend, Ore. Pressure plates have been inserted into running shoes before, but in recent years, the technology has grown more sophisticated, he said. For example, Pegasus Sports Performance, a U.S.