Sometimes the holidays just don’t have the same meaning as it used to for Dominic Waters. The former Grant High star and Portland State University grad is not helping his family with Christmas tree hunting or hanging ornaments again this year, but instead it’s business as usual for the now six-year vet playing in Europe with […]
On Thursday, Pooh Jeter celebrated his birthday much like he has so many others since turning pro out of the University of Portland in 2006. Getting ready for another game. Back in 2010 when I covered the Portland Trail Blazers, Pooh and I connected at the Rose Garden after a preseason game against the Sacramento […]
I may have to cancel my subscription to the WWE Network. See, I use the Network as both a way to keep tabs on the sport (athletic entertainment), pro wrestling as a business model and even learn about good (and bad) “storytelling”. So when I searched “Portland Wrestling” or “Playboy” Buddy Rose on the WWE […]
An offer to travel the world landed in my lap the other day. Where does it take me? Literally around the world to play some sport I just learned to play.
A referee told Emily Corso that her tendency to smile while fighting was terrifying to watch. This trait almost earned her the nickname “The Serial Killer.”
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
VeloPro was launched about a month ago: a “dynamic, online training system for cyclists”. It is the only dynamic training program available in the world.
One field just isn’t enough: This Portland rec sports connoisseur competes in kickball, softball, bowling and water polo.
I first saw Kevin Cline’s photos on Instagram. As I was trouncing through the photo app earlier this week, I stumbled upon his recently created account. All 10 of his pics were from the Ducks’ last two football games. But they weren’t your typical tailgating jello shots or student-section selfies. No, these pics were good. […]