Disc golf, an outdoor sport with little barrier to entry and plenty of distance between players, has experienced a popularity surge during the pandemic.
- Want to give it a try? Here are Central Ohio's top three courses, per discgolfscene.com's online reviews. All are free to play.
These four baseball cards share something in common. Can you guess it?
- I found them among thousands of other baseball, football, basketball and Pokemon trading cards unearthed during a recent attempt at spring cleaning.
Kids in Whitehall will soon have the chance to lace up and play free hockey.
- Street hockey, that is.
The Crew set a Guinness World Record for the longest chain of sports fan scarves on Wednesday.
- Over 1,000 scarves measuring 4,848.56 feet were spread across the pitch at Lower.com Field.
It pays to be good at video games — just ask players on the New York Subliners competitive Call of Duty team.
Driving the news: The Subliners bested 15 other squads to win the Call of Duty League Pro-Am Classic, held this past weekend at Belong Gaming Arena in Polaris.
- The team took home a $100,000 grand prize.
Six baseball teams are taking the field tomorrow for an opening day that celebrates the spirit of inclusion.
State of play: The Miracle League of New Albany is debuting with a brand-new stadium built for players with disabilities.
Ohio State plans to pay "academic bonuses" to student-athletes this coming school year, the university announced this week.
Why it matters: The payments, sanctioned by the NCAA and offered on top of students' scholarship funds, are part of a rapidly changing collegiate athletics landscape.
Today we pay homage to Ohio's most famous long-distance hiker, Emma "Grandma" Gatewood.
The intrigue: Only a handful of men had ever walked the entire 2,055-mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine when Gatewood did in 1955, at age 67, making her the first woman to complete the solo thru-hike — alone, in one direction, without stopping.
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