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  • Velodrome season ends in fine fashion

    The Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown wrapped up its 39th season on a high note Friday, honoring the Univest Rider of the Year cyclists, riders from Germany and Austria taking the Madison Cup and a world record attempt falling just short....
  • FRIDAY NIGHT BIKES

    FRIDAY NIGHT BIKES
    •What: Air Products Developmental Finals. •When, Where: 7:30 tonight, Valley Preferred Cycling Center, Trexlertown. (Gates open at 6 p.m.) •Highlights: Riders of the Air Products Developmental Cycling Program will be featured next to...
  • Velodrome recognizes Air Products riders

    In the penultimate Friday night of competition at Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown, the men, women, boys and girls who were in the Air Products Developmental Cycling program had a chance to compete under the lights. Fifty-six riders,...
  • Angel 34 teams with student-athletes for $3 million fundraiser to fight childhood cancer

    In a blend of hope and sadness, laughter and grief, Angel 34 on Tuesday announced that area student-athletes will spearhead an initiative to raise more than $3 million for the fight against childhood cancer. Angel 34, a national organization...
  • Schnecksville cyclist heads world championships in Korea

    "Nice guys finish last," it was observed the other day by formerly rough-and-tumble cyclist Marty Nothstein. He ought to know, judging from his Olympic gold and silver medals, three world championships and myriad other triumphs. Nothstein, however,...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1964, the Eagles beat the Steelers at ASD Stadium

    August 11 1984—Dieruff grad Joe Atiyeh, who holds dual citizenship, settles for a silver medal — Syria's first-ever Olympic medal — when he is pinned by Lou Banach in 1:01 in the 100-kilogram freestyle wrestling tournament final in...
  • FLASHBACK: Five years ago, Easton grad takes second in Pan Am Junior Championships

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five. July 28 1979—For the first time ever the PIAA agrees to conduct a feasibility study on the possibility of adding state football playoffs to the schedule....
  • Mount Rushmore features four who shaped Lehigh Valley

    Mount Rushmore features four who shaped Lehigh Valley
    When I proposed sculpting a Mount Rushmore of the greatest members of my Hall of Fame, one of the respondents named four giants in Lehigh Valley philanthropy. This shamed me into creating still another mythical Mount Rushmore, for men and women who...
  • Locally invented ICY Feet helps plantar fasciitis and other foot pain

     
    Craig Snyder isn’t really a runner, but as an athlete, he faced one of the worst and most nagging problems of all: plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a painful heel and sole of the foot problem that is caused by straining the ligament that...
  • Camp Olympic hosts Katherine Switzer and Roger Robinson for Jack Pressmann cross country race

    Camp Olympic hosts Katherine Switzer and Roger Robinson for Jack Pressmann cross country race
    Roger Robinson raced cross country for 30 years at the elite masters levels as few others have, garnering masters world championships in both cross country and road races, as well as setting masters records in marathon races in Boston, New York and...
  • Your guide to summer racing at Trexlertown's velodrome

    When Jorien Ter Mors of the Netherlands makes her debut at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center this month, the short track speedskater will be the latest in a long line of Olympic and world champions who have competed at the racing track in Trexlertown....