They will choose their music, decide how much to choreograph, and then attempt to win the Mixed Pairs title at the first annual American Freestyle Open
To this day, players of all skill levels get together to “jam” and show off their tricks to each other, always in search of the next big trick. It’s a unique sport to play as an amateur with no score keeping and no rules.
It was a good day for Kickball and it brought out a variety of teams from the Recesstime, Underdog and Oregon Kickball Club leagues.
It proved to be more than just spectacle, however. I found a particular sub-culture, gathered around a relatively young sport in transition.
The 12th annual Harvest Century Bike Ride, slated to take place this Sunday, Sept. 28 from 6:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. in Hillsboro, offers pedal pushers one final opportunity to participate in a ride this year.
I’m excited for this tournament, but not because of the fancy marketing and oddly designed website. It’s a neutral showcase for both Underdog and Recesstime, the two biggest Kickball leagues in town
Indoor soccer is a popular option that’s gaining momentum throughout the Portland area. For novice players and fierce competitors alike, it’s a great way to stay one step ahead of the winter weather.
Temperatures are expected to soar over 90 degrees this Sunday, but that won’t stop more than 1,000 competitors ready to race to the finish in the 2014 Portland Triathlon. Participants should be able to effectively beat the heat, as racers will begin gathering at 5:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 21, at Cathedral Park in North Portland. Competition is slated to begin at 7:30 a.m. with the first wave of racers hitting the water, and events will be over by 1 p.m.
When you’re young and you care about something enough, you never truly let it go. For me, the Holiday Indoor Soccer Tournament serves as annual reminder of that axiom. Despite Flinstones jerseys and goofy team names like the “Knuckle Pucks,” the Holiday Indoor Tournament likely boasts the highest level of amateur soccer in the state […]