A Guide to Saving Money by Biking Year-round in Syracuse
If Jimmy John's delivery man, Charlie LaNoue, can deliver a hot BLT in less than 15 minutes in the snow, sleet and salt, you can consider braving the elements on two wheels too.
“It just really felt like the right thing.”
Not long ago, Cathy McKie was standing in front of a classroom of sixth-graders at Wellwood Middle School. Today, she’s still teaching, but in front of a wall of mirrors and a ballet barre.
According to Strava
Strava, a company that offers a free app to digitally track bike rides and runs via your smartphone or GPS system recently released a global heatmap of running and biking data using information from 77,688,848 rides and 19,660,163 runs.
Athleticism on display
A sumo seven league of nations descended on Turning Stone Resort and Casino for a round-robin All-Star sumo wrestling event on Saturday, July 19. Contestants from Japan, Mongolia, Russia, Poland, New Zealand, Egypt and the U.S. competed to win an All-Star title. Syracuse New Times photographer Michael Davis captured the action.
T.J. Kitt shares his knowledge about kayaking and other paddle sports at his Camillus Kayak Shop.
T.J. Kitt will never forget his first kayak.
It’s Race Season
The summer race season is heating up with events throughout Central New York that will challenge the best runners, swimmers, bikers and beyond. Remember to fuel up, stay hydrated and dress right to beat the heat for these warm-weather races.
Providing participants with exercises for body and mind
Juvar (J.T.) Houston speaks from the heart when he opens up about H2Fitness, a program he started in 2011 and one that is about far more than fitness. An athlete all his life, Houston went to the University of Buffalo on a scholarship but came home abruptly when his younger brother committed suicide.
(VIDEO) Watch a paraglider’s 50th flight
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... Gary Schug from Cicero, New York.
All styles can be modified for beginners and experienced students alike
Race for the Cure – Saturday, May 17
The Susan G. Komen Foundation has become the largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States since its inception in 1982. More than 100,000 volunteers work throughout its network, which includes 124 affiliates throughout the world.