2021 has been quite the year for four members of the UVA Women’s Swim Team. Not only did they earn the title of National Champions back in March, now four women on the team have earned the title of Olympic medalists.
The General Assembly is considering more than just those billions in federal aid during their special session; one proposal in the budget would allow student-athletes in college to profit off their image.
Kellie Brinkley’s racing days are behind her. The James River graduate currently lives in Texas with her husband and son and these days, trying to keep up with her five and a half year old is all the exercise she needs.
After most fans were unable to attend college basketball games in the area last season, many are itching to get back into an arena to cheer on their respective teams. For VCU fans, the first opportunity is November 9 when the Rams tip off a 13-game non-conference schedule.
The 2016 Rio Olympics saw Henrico native Townley Haas with his own cheering section in the aquatic center. Those same people are rooting Haas on during the Tokyo games, but are forced to do so a little bit differently.
While football fans will visit the Washington Football Team’s training camp in Richmond next week to get a look at their favorite players, they’ll also have a chance to get their COVID-19 vaccine if they have not done so.
The James Madison University softball team was being honored at the Washington Nationals game on Saturday night when a shooting outside the stadium caused the game to be suspended, there were many JMU students and alumni in attendance when it happened.
For the second time in 2021, high school football teams across Virginia are preparing for the start of the football season. After a condensed spring campaign earlier this year, programs are preparing for a normal football calendar this fall.
Day two of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft had plenty of Virginia flavor. That includes a Richmond-area product who is one step closer to making his big league dreams become a reality.
At one time or another, VCU and Richmond alumni have put togethers their own teams for The Basketball Tournament. This year, Bleed Virginia will cover many programs from throughout the commonwealth, including the Rams and Spiders.
Tyrese Rice was a standout basketball player at L.C. Bird and went on to become one of the biggest offensive threats in the ACC during his time at Boston College. Monday saw Rice return to his home town to pass his skills and knowledge down to the next generation.