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Wednesday, 01 April 2009 14:03

The Tiger's Back!

The clean thwack of metal hitting golf ball was heard all throughout Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, as the Transitions Golf Tournament took place.

Tiger Woods gets out of a sandy situation. - Photo by Wayne Cathel
Tiger Woods gets out of a sandy situation. - Photo by Wayne Cathel

The event was kicked off with The Shelton Quarles Celebrity Pro-Am, which benefited the IMPACT Foundation Tournament. Celebrity sports stars like Ronde Barber and former Tampa Bay Ray Fred McGriff were seen displaying their athletic prowess while simultaneously getting out of their comfort zones.

Published in Golf

Daytona


Greg Gorman competing with other racers in Daytona - Photo by Chrissy Bruce

The team raced a 2008 Kawasaki ZX-10R in four CCS races and in ASRA Superstock at the CCS/ASRA Race of Champions at Daytona with rider Greg Gorman.

The Way to Happiness Racing Team made its debut at the CCS/ASRA Race of Champions at Daytona with rider Greg Gorman.  The team raced a 2008 Kawasaki ZX-10R in four CCS races and in ASRA Superstock.

Published in Racing
image001.jpgDEBARTOLO SPORTS UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES MATT BARKLEY AS RECIPIENT OF THE INAUGURAL “JOE MONTANA QUARTERBACK OF THE YEAR AWARD”

TAMPA (December 26, 2007) – DeBartolo Sports University announced today that Matt Barkley of Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, CA, has been named winner of the 2007 “Joe Montana Quarterback of the Year Award.”  The inaugural honor, given to the nation’s best high school quarterback, will be presented to Barkley by Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and Steve Clarkson, quarterback expert and President of DeBartolo Sports University, on January 1, 2008, at the Outback Bowl in Tampa, FL (Tennessee vs. Wisconsin). 

 

Published in Football
Tuesday, 13 November 2007 21:09

Robinson Signs with Storm

AFL All Time Kickoff Return Touchdown Leader Signs with Tampa Bay

TAMPA - The five-time world champion Tampa Bay Storm has signed wide receiver/defensive back and kick return specialist Sedrick Robinson, Head Coach and General Manger Tim Marcum announced today.

"Our special teams just got a lot better," said Marcum. "We were looking for a good return guy and I think that we just signed one the best in the League. He is a dynamic, fast and exciting returner.  He will play a big role on our special teams and add depth to our wide receiving corps."

Robinson, 5-foot-10, 185 pounds, is a seven-year veteran in the Arena Football League and the AFL's all-time leader in kickoff returns for a touchdown with 28.  
Published in Football
Clearwater, FL – November 19, 2007

Carlos Colombian international soccer legend, MLS Allstar and local Tampa Bay resident, Carlos “El Pibe” Valderrama, will captain the winning Galactic Masters soccer team against an ALL-World Eleven of international soccer stars during the Galactics International Soccer Festival 2007 on Saturday December 1, 2007 at the excellent facilities of Clearwater High School. Delphi AcademyTM of Florida is sponsoring this premier community event to bring international soccer to local residents bridging social divides through the promotion of sport as a route to personal achievement and team success.
Published in Soccer