Quincy bicyclists Katie Beaumont, Pam Young, Sheri Rigdon and Elena Ybarra recently completed the two-day Seattle to Portland bike ride, which is considered one of the 10 largest recreational bike rides in the country.
People are always asking me what running a marathon is like. I never know how to respond. It’s usually something like, “Well, you start running, and then 26.2 miles later you stop.” It’s pretty cut and dry.
NEW YORK — Gael Monfils took a step closer to advancing to a Grand Slam final for the first time Tuesday at the U.S. Open during a surprisingly matter-of-fact 7-5, 7-6 (6), 7-5 victory in the fourth round over No. 7-seeded Grigor Dimitrov, a man considered one of the sport’s up-and-comers.
OAKLAND, Calif. — While there has been plenty of talk, debate and analysis over the possible fatigue of the Seattle Mariners’ starting pitchers, one starter is getting stronger when his team needs him most.
When Michelle Snyder was a young girl living in East Wenatchee, you could almost always find her playing softball at Morris Park. Today, she’s still out playing, just on a much larger scale: as a third baseman on the United States women’s baseball team.
PULLMAN — When Washington State was at its worst during its deflating loss to Rutgers last Thursday, senior quarterback Connor Halliday was at his best. After a costly turnover in the fourth quarter, Halliday ran over to the offending receiver but did not express his frustration. Instead, he gave him a high-five and a smile.