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In saving his best strides for last, Wasserman came home with another first.
Here’s an early look at the fall season for Renton’s boys and girls cross country and girls soccer teams.
He’s a track junkie. One minute, he’s talking excitedly about his time in the spotlight as one of the nation’s premier jockeys. The next, with the speed of an auctioneer on a double-shot caffeine kick, he’s colorfully divulging how being a trainer gives him a rush like no other.
As a disclaimer, these observations are simply made from last year’s statistics. I haven’t seen any of the teams practice yet and I’m just assuming non-graduating players will be back this season. In other words, things could change by the time games start.
After exploring much of the Cedar River Trail, I came away with one impression: The trail is a great place to bike, take a stroll or just wander.
Kids out on the basketball courts at Liberty Park this week laughing, yelling and shooting hoops were learning more than just how to play basketball. They were learning how to live a healthier life.
Fast. Tough. Reliable.
UL 40, the unlimited light hydroplane sponsored by King and Bunnys Appliances in the Renton Highlands, is in the hunt again this year for a Seafair trophy.
Renton’s Alejandro Hernandez is getting a rare chance: To travel the world while playing a sport he loves, soccer.
The Seahawks training camp in Kirkland is less than a week old and the competition is already heating up. I spoke with starting cornerback Marcus Trufant about training camp, the new facility in Renton, and a few other things.
In my first preview of the Seahawks’ season, I previewed the offensive line and running game. In this column, I’ll preview what the Seahawks’ passing game might look like in 2008.
Despite the weather-induced lack of a view at the Tiger Mountain summit, West Tiger No. 3 is a fun trail with just enough challenge in it to keep hikers interested.
As youth sports continue to get more and more competitive, there are still a few places where fun is the top priority.
Competitive man and trusty machine share a long association, more than 30 years of chasing down challengers on a quarter-mile asphalt strip.
If Aretha Thurmond has taught her competitors anything, it’s that you should never underestimate a mother. A year after giving birth to her first child Thurmond won the discus event at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Her toss of 213 feet, 11 inches was nearly three feet off of her personal best and good enough to take the win by over seven feet at the event on June 27, in Eugene, Ore. With her first place finish, the Renton High alumna qualified for the summer Olympics in Beijing, China – her third Olympic games.
The Towers of Power system of trails offers something for everyone. From a main trail for a wide, easy ride to inner trails with challenging obstacles.
Lake Youngs doesn’t deliver what you may think when first hearing its name: a view of a lake. But it does deliver a good time and a great place for beginning off-road bikers to get started.
Seahawks training camp is approaching and the team has made a few offseason moves designed to push the team to the top in head coach Mike Holmgren’s last season at the helm.
For Leslie Folsom, success in golf has always meant adaptation. She couldn’t hit as far off the tee as the boys in high school, so she became an ace putter. She felt she might be slipping physically, so she hired a personal trainer and became stronger. And instead of just dealing with issues of inequality toward women golfers, she joined the board of directors at her country club and is now part of the change.
Campy Campolo doesn’t always have the best view of the football action. By design, someone’s often right in her way.