A new professional cycling league is trying to revolutionize the sport with co-ed teams and closed-circuit course races through major cities, starting in Miami Beach.
What's happening: The National Cycling League announced on Tuesday its inaugural race will take place in Miami Beach on April 8, followed by races later this spring and fall in Atlanta, Denver and Washington, D.C.
After playing their hearts out Sunday but losing 34-31 to the Bills, the Dolphins head into the off-season with a lot to consider for the upcoming year.
Catch up fast: The underdog Fins rallied back from a 17-point deficit behind big defensive stops and rookie quarterback Skylar Thompson, who played the game of his life in place of the injured Tua Tagovailoa.
Twin brothers and retired NFL stars Mike and Maurkice Pouncey have opened a new distillery in Allapattah.
Driving the news: Tropical Distillers, at 2141 N.W. 10th Ave., is an 8,000-square-foot space with a pink tasting room, a 30-seat cocktail bar and a gift shop.
Miami-Dade County is finally cutting ties with FTX, the disgraced cryptocurrency exchange that has owned the naming rights to the Miami Heat arena for roughly two years.
The Dolphins are heading to the playoffs for the first time in six years, but questions remain over which quarterback will play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Driving the news: Starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who suffered a concussion in a Christmas Day game, had yet to be cleared to practice as of Monday evening after missing the team's last two games.
It's looking like the Dolphins may nosedive their way through another disappointing season — a fall from grace for a team considered a potential Super Bowl contender just two months ago.
- The Fins' decline has left fans wondering whether something sinister and otherworldly is at play.
Bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX says it wants out of the $135 million deal giving it naming rights to the arena where the Miami Heat play.
Driving the news: FTX's lawyers filed a motion last week seeking to end its 19-year naming rights agreement with Miami-Dade County, which owns the stadium, along with more than 20 other marketing deals, the Miami Herald reports.
A Florida cyclist who's inspired many in his biking journey after losing his leg is now recovering from a recent accident in Miami that left him with a broken neck and paralysis.
What's happening: Leo Rodgers — who nicknamed himself "The Black Flamingo" — was hospitalized the week before Christmas after he was hit by an SUV while biking to work, according to Crust Bikes co-owner Angelica Casaverde, who's organizing a GoFundMe for Rodgers' recovery.
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