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Golf came calling for Scott Pinckney at an early age

PALM HARBOR, Fla. – Scott Pinckney refused to be anything other than a golfer. The Utah native is in his second year of the PGA Tour and will be competing in the upcoming Valspar Championship this week. Pinckney was raised in an athletic household—his father was both a professional volleyball player and a skilled golfer. […]

Canadian men in wheelchair basketball contention

The sound of clashing metal and the smell of burning rubber filled the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto, last week, as members of Canada’s Wheelchair Basketball Team joined the 2015 Americas wheelchair basketball challenge. David Eng is co-captain of the Canadian team. “It’s the first time that we actually have the top 12 guys of our program together, being able to compete together against the teams that we are going to face in the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games,” Eng said.

Michelle Last’s balance between track and spirituality

TAMPA, Fla., – Michelle Last has found balance between her spiritual life and her athletic endeavours as she transitioned from a public high school to a Christian university. University of South Florida’s Track and Field Invitational was a homecoming for Last, who grew up in Sarasota, Florida and went to Lakewood Ranch High School. The […]

Rays’ Goetzman overcomes injuries, loss to continue career

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla—It’s been a roller-coaster ride for one Tampa Bay Ray prospect who has faced adversity. Granden Goetzman, a left-fielder who has played the last four season with the Rays minor-league organization, was drafted right out of high school in 2011 where he was taken in the second round. The 22 year old has […]