He’s a legendary skateboarding pro, but on February 25th Tony Hawk will be the host with the most at Cartoon Network’s first ever Hall of Game Awards show.
Although skateboarding's king couldn’t reveal much about the sports and entertainment show that allows sports fans to vote on their favorite athletes and sports moments of the year, he did give a few hints about what to expect. Mr. 900 (Hawk was the first skater ever to land the 900—a trick that involves two and a half mid-air spins!—at the 1999 X Games) also chats about video games and some of his favorite new skaters on the scene.
Hold on to your seats! The SI Kids IN YOUR FACE 3D App is throwing you right into the action. You don’t have to be a sports fan to appreciate the exciting 3D photographs that jump out from your iPad. Based on the popular book, these 3D photos will truly make you feel like you’re part of the game. Get ready to catch a pass from Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning, block a shot with NBA star Carlos Boozer, and cruise down a mountain with Olympic snowboarders.
As one of the main characters on the popular Disney XD show “Zeke and Luther,” actor Adam Hicks, who plays Luther, is a star in his own right. But even Hicks was a little starstruck when skateboarding legend Tony Hawk appeared on set for a guest role on “Zeke and Luther.” In the episode, which airs at 8:30 p.m. on October 25 on Disney XD, Hicks and costar Hutch Dano, who plays Zeke, try to track down Hawk so that they can skate with him. SI Kids caught up with Hicks recently to chat about skateboarding, meeting Tony Hawk, and what fans can expect from this season of “Zeke and Luther.” (Pictures and video after the jump)More »
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There’s no busier time in professional tennis than the summer months. Between Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, and World Team Tennis, it’s the most important time for players to train and compete.
That isn’t stopping tennis star Andy Roddick from giving back to the community.
This past weekend, the top-ranked American men’s player traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska to run a tennis clinic for athletes competing in the 2010 Special Olympics.
SIKIDS.com had a chance to catch up with Roddick before he took to the court. Check out what he had to say…