Daniel Romanchuk: Winning Boston Marathon Event 'An Incredible Experience'
Mount Airy, Md., native Daniel Romanchuk became the youngest to ever win the push-rim wheelchair event at the Boston Marathon April 15 -- and the first American in 26 years to do so. "It's just an incredible experience," Romanchuk said.
Former Navy Golfer Billy Hurley On Tiger Woods' Masters Win
"I think there's no question that there's a new Tiger out there on tour," former Navy golfer and current pro Billy Hurley III said of Tiger Woods' Masters win. "He doesn’t look through people anymore: he actually sees you."
'American Ninja Warrior' To Film In Baltimore For Second Time
NBC's "American Ninja Warrior" is coming to Baltimore for the second time in the show's history, and local Ninja Warrior and Parkour gyms have seen their popularity grow along with the show.
With Course Designer Hired, Fair Hill Advances Five-Star Vision
With a five-star Three-Day Eventing competition scheduled for October 2020, Fair Hill International has hired course designer Ian Stark to create a cross-country course worthy of the prestigious international event.
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Legend Paul Rabil Aims To Grow Game Through Forward-Thinking PLL
Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse star Paul Rabil -- who co-founded the Premier Lacrosse League with his brother, Mike -- is aiming to grow the game and league through a business approach befitting a Silicon Valley startup.
As Wheelchair Lacrosse Grows, Sport Is Thundering Along In Maryland
Mark Flounlacker and Mike Looney founded Freestate Wheelchair Lacrosse in 2013. Now known as the Maryland Thunder, the team competes against wheelchair lacrosse teams from across the nation and scrimmages the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team every year.
Horseshoe Baltimore Offering Sneak Peek Of Topgolf
With the opening of Topgolf Swing Suites March 30, Horseshoe Baltimore visitors will be able to sample an indoor version of Topgolf in a pair of simulation suites, a sneak peek of what's to come in 2020.
Led By Tim Connelly, Baltimore Has Left Mark On Contending Nuggets
Baltimore native and Denver Nuggets president of basketball operations Tim Connelly has the franchise headed to its first postseason appearance since 2013, all while building a team with several local connections.
As 105.7 The Fan Marks 10th Anniversary, Connection With Baltimore Stands Out
As 105.7 The Fan prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, the connection hosts feel with their listeners has stood out throughout the years. "I think the appetite is there from the fans," Scott Garceau said. "They want to be able to hear about their local teams all day."
Anita Marks: 'Daily Wager' Just The Beginning For ESPN, Sports Gambling
ESPN recently debuted "Daily Wager," the network's first-ever gambling show, on ESPNews, and "Daily Wager" contributor and former Baltimore sports radio host Anita Marks believes ESPNews could become an all-gambling channel in the next few years.
Latest Legal Issue Aside, Questions Abound Regarding Gervonta Davis' Future
Baltimore boxer Gervonta Davis was allegedly involved in a recent altercation at a Virginia mall, but Bill Ordine says the 24-year-old's latest legal issue is only one of the questions regarding Davis' future in the ring.
With The Gerihatricks, You're Never Too Old To Play Hockey
With the Gerihatricks, age is no barrier to playing hockey. Players in their 50s, 60s, 70s and even 80s meet every week at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel, Md. "... All of these guys have a love for the game or we wouldn't be doing this," Steve Galeski said.
Bill Cole On Why State Legislature Holds Keys For Keeping Preakness At Pimlico
Baltimore Development Corporation president and CEO Bill Cole talked with PressBox about the future of the Preakness Stakes and the fight to keep the race in Baltimore.
Baltimore Blast's Adriano Dos Santos Continues To Lead With Skills, Passion
Since joining the Baltimore Blast in 2009, Adriano Dos Santos has helped the Blast reach eight league finals, winning four, and his passion for the game and life has been long been an asset for the team.