Calder Cup Champion Admirals Return to Celebrate 5-year anniversary
The 2012 Calder Cup champion Norfolk Admirals returned to Hampton Roads to celebrate the five-year anniversary of winning the AHL championship.
End of An Era; Maury Coach Steps Down After 44-year Career
Jack Baker reflects on his long career that saw 746 wins for the Commodores.
One Last time in Portsmouth, VSHF Inducts 2017 Class
After decades of recognizing the top athletes ever produced in the Commonwealth, the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame will be moving to Virginia Beach this summer.
Unlikely Chesapeake Duo Finds Friendship, Qualifies for Boston Marathon
Ashton McCormick is autistic, and Michael Davis is legally blind. The two will run the Boston Marathon together.
Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Announces 2017 Class
The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2017 class of inductees.
Phoebus High Honors Two Basketball Standouts
Phoebus honored AAU guru Boo Williams and Howard University star James Daniel. The basketball court at Phoebus was also named in honor of Boo.
Norfolk Debuts Boxing Facility at Harbor Park
The new state-of-the-art facility is expected to be a hit.
Norfolk Man’s Legacy Lives Through U.S. Open 9-ball Championship
The US Open 9-ball championships have been in Hampton Roads since 1976. The legacy of the event’s organizer lives on through his children.
Virginia Beach Surfing Event Provides Smiles to Hundreds with Disabilities
Because of the event known as “They Will Surf Again” hundreds with spinal cord injuries were able to enjoy the sand, the surf and the sun.
Army Specialist Surprises Wife after First Pitch at Harbor Park
Madi O’Hara thought she won a contest to throw out the first pitch at Harbor Park, she had no idea who was waiting to catch the pitch.