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We sent Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean and his friends on an unforgettable weekend away together. Follow their trip as they reconnect while camping on the Pacific Coast and golfing in Monterey, California. Produced by GQ, WIRED and Golf Digest with The Glenlivet.

Celebrities

Literal birds. With feathers.

Celebrities

Watch the NBA’s sharp-shooting superstar surprise a group of high schoolers by challenging them to a game of S-E-S-Q-U-I-P-E-D-A-L-I-A-N (we’re only 90% sure that’s how you spell it).

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Ray Allen is a living legend. He's a ten-time NBA All-Star who has won two championships, in 2008 with the Boston Celtics and 2013 with the Miami Heat. He holds the NBA's record for most three-pointers made, with 2,973 buckets. Since his retirement in 2016, Ray has shifted his focus - to fatherhood, golf, and an organic fast-food restaurant. Take a look into the life of a champion, and his obsession with greatness.

Fashion & Style

The tennis GOAT shares the best and worst looks of his career.

Fashion & Style

A look at Roger Federer’s GQ cover shoot, hosted at the luxury alpine resort of St. Moritz, Switzerland—fittingly nicknamed the “Top of the World.”

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GQ gets up close and personal with Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside.

Celebrities

He may be the reigning UFC Lightweight Champion, but he’s still got a soft side.

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Thai martial arts legend Tony Jaa, star of 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage,' shows off his skills by kicking and punching his way through everyday objects.

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Football killed Zac Easter. But before it did, before the head trauma inflicted by concussions became too much to bear, he recorded it all in his diary, hoping that his story might ensure that what happened to him wouldn’t happen to others.

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NFL players Malcolm Jenkins, Cameron Jordan, and Charles Johnson detail their own struggles with head trauma and tackle the NFL’s tough guy culture, offering an important message: Want to really “man up”? Sit out when you’re hurt

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The New York Knicks star takes his moves from the hardwood to the concrete—and sounds off on why streetball is the basketball.
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