Athletes in trouble. It's a frequent theme in the sports pages and in sports commentaries. And in his sports commentary this week, Dave Goren examines the story of a triad athlete whose name has been a mainstay of the headlines over the last couple of months.
The USA Cycling Professional Criterium National Championships begin in High Point today. It’s the first time the men’s and women’s national championships have ever been held at the same time in the same city. Also for the first time, the winners of the men’s and women’s events will ride away with the same prize purse.
High Point beat out Austin and Boulder to host the championships. Chip Duckett, a High Point physician and owner of Mock Orange Bikes, has been the driving force behind bringing the event to the Triad. He says the city’s facilities clinched the deal.
Finding a career you love may take many years and may lead you down some unexpected paths. WFDD Radio Camper Jillian Heard spoke with a triad man who says he stumbled into finding his passion. They recently met on the Campus of Wake Forest University.
When you are a child, it seems the only question you ever here is "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Like most of us, Phil Brame struggled in coming up with an answer.