Archery helped William Ruth get back on his feet.
Fencing! You have seen it at the Olympics, in movies and possibly during your days in college, but the sport of fencing is popular, takes lots of energy, and is a great way to stay in shape during the chilly winter months. Here is a top list of places in Baltimore where you can get introduced to the sport of fencing and where you can hone your skills.
The University of Baltimore is trash talking the city’s greatest sports legends.
Rachel McNealey pops up out of the water like she’s been shot from a canon. The 16-year-old then carefully balances herself on a single ski as the boat towing her zooms along at 32 mph.
The crack of wood on plastic, the ideal marriage of mallet and ball is what keeps Eugenia Wilkie in croquet.
Concussions can be a consequence of nearly every sport.
Mitsubishi’s idea, last year, of previewing its Outlander Sport by making it the first model ever that could be remotely test driven, live—via a virtual system that promised way more than a tilt-and-pan virtual showroom […]
Three Maryland moms—not soccer moms, but lacrosse moms—were sharing a bottle of wine when they had a great idea.