Displaying items 97-108 of 118 » View ky3.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >
Tribune staff reporterWhen is the decision? On Friday. Voting in Copenhagen begins at 5 p.m. -- that's 10 a.m. in Chicago. If Chicago is eliminated in one of the early rounds of voting, we'll learn then. But if it's one of the final contenders, word won't come out until...
(GRAPEVINE, TX) Like most seven year-olds, Cody McCasland is very active. "I do like running and I like to do swimming," he says. Cody's mom, Tina McCasland, can testify to Cody's extra-curricular activities. She says, "In the past, he's done horseback...
Tags: Health, Sports, Family, Hospitals and Clinics
He has traveled to so many cities and countries since the Olympics ended, when he wakes up in the morning, it's almost impossible for Michael Phelps to remember the date, or even what day it is. Is today Friday? Or is it Thursday? Without looking at...
For 30 minutes they swim together, two strangers lapping the pool in adjacent lanes at the Merritt Athletic Club in Towson. Finally, the older woman climbs out and slumps on the deck, in awe of the teenager still plugging away. "She just keeps going,...
Tags: Sports, Entertainment, Bars and Clubs, ESPN (tv network), Knees
Sun reporterA Beijing-bound athlete from Maryland is featured on McDonald's beverage cups, but it's not Michael Phelps. Instead, it's Tatyana McFadden, a wheelchair sprint racer from Howard County who also is featured in a television commercial for Hilton Hotels...
Tags: High Schools, Education, Hilton Hotels Corp., Athletes, Sports
Sun reporterAmid its flurry of final-day action, the General Assembly unanimously approved a bill requiring schools to provide disabled students access to sports programs, either among themselves or with able-bodied students. Under the measure known as the Fitness...
For most of us horse nuts, watching the Olympic riders on television is as close as we get to seeing horses and riders of that caliber. Anna Pedersen of Columbiagot much, much closer. Pedersen, a fifth-year veterinary student at the University of Sydney...
We've all had those days when riding your horse feels more akin to driving a truck than having a "conversation" through the reins. No matter how hard you tug, your horse has other ideas. Well, the next time that happens, instead of cussing out your...
The Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project is a partnership between Disabled Sports USA and the Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization that helps injured combat veterans and tries to raise awareness about the difficulties troops face when they...
Nick Scandone, an Orange County sailor who won a gold medal at the 2008 Paralympic Games in China six years after having been stricken with Lou Gehrig's disease, died Friday at his Fountain Valley home. He was 42. Sailing since he was 8, Scandone was...
Tags: Health, Sailing, Sports, Death, Bars and Clubs
Tribune reporterMayor Richard M. Daley jumped out of his seat, thrust his fists in the air and emphatically whispered, "Yeah!" when the United States Olympic Committee announced 14 months ago in Washington it had selected Chicago as U.S. candidate to become host city...
It's beginning to sound like a military operation, complete with maps, complex logistics, moving machinery and marchers in uniform. With plans for the Oct. 4 parade to honor Michael Phelps and other Maryland Olympians rapidly taking shape, what became...
Sep 28, 2009 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Apr 17, 2009 |Story| KDAF-LTV
Sep 26, 2008 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Sep 7, 2008 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jun 30, 2008 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 9, 2008 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Sep 14, 2008 |Story| Hartford Courant
Oct 12, 2008 |Story| Hartford Courant
Jul 18, 2007 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jan 4, 2009 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jun 4, 2008 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Sep 24, 2008 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Original site for Paralympic Games topic gallery.