Jaida Lee is excelling at the highest prospect level in baseball, outperforming older players regardless of age or gender and showing a rare love of the game
When you look at hockey stars, the old adage is they were born with a stick in their hands. A figure-skater? They
Megan Hounsell, after winning five medals at the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in August, showed the true meaning of sportsmanship and what the Special Olympics is all about, after making a remarkable gesture of kindness towards another member of Team NL.
Gold Medal Winner
Competing in rhythmic gymnastics,
Athletes from all across the globe will converge on St. John’s for the World Traditional Karate-do Championships and Traditional Karate-do World Children’s Cup.
Martial arts fans and other sports enthusiasts won’t want to miss out on what is being touted as the Festival World Karate-do Renaissance set to take
In an exclusive interview, Newfoundland’s own NHL veteran Ryane Clowe reflects on his playing career and coaching future ahead of the inaugural Growlers season
For kids growing up clearing snow off of ponds in rural Newfoundland, waking early for morning hockey practice, saving chore money to buy that perfect stick,
The Newfoundland Growlers, proud affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced today that the Brampton Beast, the ECHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens, will travel to Newfoundland and Labrador in October to compete in a cross-province training camp exhibition series.
The ECHL exhibition showdown will pit the Beast versus the Growlers at three
By: Robert Shawn Andrews
Jack Axes has become a must-see destination and attraction in the heart of downtown St. John’s.
When thinking about the “must see” attractions in St. John’s, your mind probably goes straight to something like Signal Hill, or maybe George Street. But one establishment in downtown
Newfoundland ladies make history by becoming the first women’s team to capture gold at the Five Pin Open National Bowling Championship
To say it has been a banner year for women bowlers in Newfoundland and Labrador would be an understatement. Historic, would be more appropriate.