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  • Rower Tyler Ashoff of Newport Harbor is headed to MIT

    Rower Tyler Ashoff of Newport Harbor is headed to MIT
    What can Tyler Ashoff of Newport Harbor do for an encore during his senior year? He's one of the school's valedictorians and is headed to MIT. In rowing, he won the Southwest regionals in the single scull and is set to compete at the U.S. Rowing Youth...
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  • How I Made It: Anita L. DeFrantz, president of the LA84 Foundation

    How I Made It: Anita L. DeFrantz, president of the LA84 Foundation
    The gig: Olympic medalist Anita L. DeFrantz, 61, is president and a director of the LA84 Foundation, the charitable organization that runs off an endowment of surplus funds from the Los Angeles Olympic Games. In the three decades since those games, LA84...
  • Friday's college multi-sport and local roundup: ODU to join Big 12 ... in women's rowing

    Colleges: Women’s rowing: In one of the more intriguing new conference affiliations to be found, Old Dominion is moving its women’s rowing program from Conference USA to the Big 12, starting for the next school year. Since the...
  • South Florida-based Orangetheory Fitness in healthy expansion mode

    South Florida-based Orangetheory Fitness in healthy expansion mode
    Ellen Latham admits to being a product of that cute-leg-warmer, Jane-Fonda-Workout era of days gone by. So when the time came a few years ago to add more demanding sessions beyond pilates and yoga at her small Davie gym, she crossed the country...
  • Spring Into Fitness

    Spring Into Fitness
    The benefits of exercise are countless, and the paybacks are nearly triple-fold when you escape the confines of the gym and head outdoors for fresh air and pleasing scenery. Outdoor workouts provide a unique mind and body experience that the gym just...
  • At Paralympics, a Ukrainian orphan wins silver for U.S.

    At Paralympics, a Ukrainian orphan wins silver for U.S.
    A Ukrainian won a gold medal she dedicated to her country, which has been invaded by Russia. A Ukrainian orphan took silver, meaning she now has won medals for the United States in the winter and summer Paralympics. A Russian orphan trying to match...
  • Grace S. Rand, school librarian

    Grace S. Rand, school librarian
    Grace S. Rand, a retired Baltimore County public school librarian and former Reisterstown resident, died Thursday of congestive heart failure at Carroll Lutheran Village in Westminster. She was 94. The daughter of Edmund S. Scull, a Bethlehem Steel Corp....
  • Lofgren grateful, excited

    Lofgren grateful, excited
    EDITOR'S NOTE: Esther Lofgren, an Olympic gold medalist, offers her thoughts and gratitude in an email about recently earning a spot on the U.S. women's quadruple sculls crew at the 2013 Senior World Championships in Chungju, South Korea, starting Aug....
  • Chicago woman attacked on charity trip plans next journey

    Chicago woman attacked on charity trip plans next journey
    A young woman in a bright yellow, single-occupant rowboat scooted into the Chicago Yacht Club and docked her boat. Waiting for her were a throng of supporters as well as a pack of reporters. News cameras were aimed squarely on her as she walked to her...
  • Temple U. rowing won't quit without a fight #Temple #rowing #TempleRowing

     
    From the alumni: As you know, Temple University has announced plans to cut seven varsity sports, including men's and women's rowing. Crew is among the winningest sports in the history of the university. The program has produced Olympic gold medalists........