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  • Five elected to Community Sports Hall of Fame

    The late Gary Arthur, Bob Falk, Paul Goldenberg, Jean Hodges and Louise Waxler will be inducted into the 2011Howard County Community Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony slated for the Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center Oct. 15. Gary was the beloved...
  • Injuries don't get the best of Woodstock triathlete

    Woodstock triathlete Steve Levickas has been keeping busy since competing in the Ironman World Championship in October 2010. Unfortunately, he spent part of this time recovering from injuries – first a broken finger in November and then a frayed...
  • Bel Air's Feinberg is 2nd at tunnel run Sunday

    Mike Feinberg, of Bel Air, made a quick, toll-free roundtrip through the Fort McHenry Tunnel Sunday morning. He did so on foot, finishing second among 607 runners in the annual Fort McHenry Tunnel Run 5K sponsored by the Maryland Transportation Authority...
  • At some schools, running, biking and swimming join the 'three Rs'

    Swimming, cycling and running may seem like after-school activities, but for some students in the county, they're now part of a regular class. Students in freshman physical education classes at Long Reach High School are a part of a pilot program,...
  • Bits & Pieces: Odell is still a champion

    It's always nice to catch up with voices from the past, which is why I was pleased to hear that Brooks Carson recently called. Brooks, who works for the Department of Energy in Oak Ridge, Tenn., was in Washington for business and decided to drive out to...
  • New partnerships in environmental, physical education

    The Howard County Public School System announced two new partnerships, one between Forest Ridge Elementary School, in North Laurel, and Mother Nature's, an independent nature store in Columbia, and another between the system and TriColumbia, the...
  • Bits & Pieces: Maybin has breakout game against Ravens

    Whenever one of our former players moves on to the next level, I wish them nothing but success. So it brought a smile to my face to see Aaron Maybin (Mt. Hebron '05) wreaking havoc against my beloved Baltimore Ravens Oct. 3. Aaron pressured Ravens...
  • Triathlon: Otto wins the Half Full

    Tim Otto of Philadelphia wasn't the best swimmer in the field by a long shot but he crossed the finish line as the winner of the second Aannual Ulman Cancer Fund's Half Full Triathlon last Sunday at Centennial Park. After finishing out of the top 10...
  • Father and disabled son will complete Baltimore Marathon together

    Father and disabled son will complete Baltimore Marathon together
    Heading home after a tough day at work, Jeremy Haugh is beat — too tired, he knows, to run. Someone else has other ideas. Routinely, Haugh said, as he pulls his SUV into the driveway of the family's home in Charlottesville, Va., 8-year-old...
  • Bel Air's Bacso leads all women in Hammerman Triathlon

    Julie Bacso of Bel Air won the women's race of the Hammerman Triathlon in Gunpowder State Park Oct. 2. A late change in the race format worked to her advantage. Bacso, the strongest runner in the field of 38 women, raced through the final, 5K-run phase...
  • 5 questions with Columbia Iron Girl winner Michellie Jones

    5 questions with Columbia Iron Girl winner Michellie Jones
    Michellie Jones, a fomer world-champion triathlete won the seventh-annual Columbia Iron Girl last Sunday in her first try, after Nicole Kelleher was penalized two minutes for using an illegal draft move on the bike portion of the race. Jones, 42, won...
  • Sykesville woman achieves longtime dream for Ironman competitions

    Sykesville woman achieves longtime dream for Ironman competitions
    Sue Komaromy has been out of New York since leaving her home on Long Island more than a quarter-century ago to play volleyball at Towson. Yet there is still a lot of New Yorker that remains in the 44-year-old mother of two who lives in Sykesville. The...