Need a good incentive for getting up and going for a run on a chilly morning? How about knowing that a short run would benefit more than 2,000 area athletes with intellectual disabilities who compete in lifelong sports?
Recently, we were invited by our friend Jerome Karam, the owner of World’s Gym in Texas City, to attend a free seminar by former Mr. Universe Lee Labrada and his son (and IFBB Pro) Hunter.
It may have taken an unimaginable tragedy to bring the Indians football team and their head coach to the forefront among the many great Houston-area programs and coaches the Texans could have chosen from, but Santa Fe’s season, alone, made Mark Kanipes a worthy nominee for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award.
Marathons and related races are unique in the sporting world because they enable average, everyday runners to participate in the same event, at the same time, as the world’s best. You can’t sign up to play baseball in the World Series, but you can run the same race as Mo Farah or Desiree Lin…
A hundred doors of opportunity might slam in your face, but all it takes is one big break to change your life. Remember, your biggest successes came from multiple failures. If you want it, never ever give up because with persistence, you’ll learn to ride the waves.
It is the year that decades from now will be remembered as a landmark year for significant changes in the official rules of golf; and for the marriage of professional golf and professional gambling. Yet, the gambling game most likely to still be played wherever golfers are found, is the Nass…
Reminiscent of their 30-0 2015 Wild Card round playoff loss against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Texans looked completely lost on both sides of the ball right from the outset Saturday afternoon at NRG Stadium in a 21-7 loss to the Indianapolis Colts that was not nearly as close as the final score indicated.
Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City is hosting three major United States Tennis Association sanctioned tournaments in the next few weeks.
Not to bring back any bad memories for Cowboy fans, but the last time Dallas and Seattle met in the playoffs, the infamous Tony Romo dropped snap on a potential winning field goal attempt took place.
If the Texans stick to a winning formula of higher expectations, a strong defense, competent quarterback play and a ball-control offense, they might finally have something that will push those AFC South championship banners off to the side where they belong.