Profile of Robin Short

Robin Short is The Telegram's Sports Editor. One of the newspaper's senior citizens (despite his youthful appearance), he has worked at The Telegram for 24 years. He is a two-time winner of the Atlantic Journalism Award for sports reporting and is author of Rock Stars: Team Gushue's Road to Gold. You can reach Robin at rshort@thetelegram.com

All articles of Robin Short

  • The fastest man in Newfoundland

    Back in the day, Bell Island was to track and field what Harbour Grace was to hockey, or St. Lawrence to soccer. The track itself was the finest ...

  • Coaching the coaches

    “We want to give kids a chance to develop their game,” Dave d’Entremont said, “but that said, we also want to develop coaches. “Coaches here are ...

  • He's on a coaching kick

    The wheels are always spinning, figuring ways to get the better of the St. Lawrence Laurentians or Kirby Group, the C.B.S.-based chief rival to ...

  • Sutton's healthy attitude

    “Too bad,” they’d say, in reference to his initial QMJHL campaign, “you had a bad year.”“The thing is,” said Sutton, the Mount Pearl product who ...

  • The eye of the Hurricanes

    Granted, the Senators were ousted in the first round of the playoffs by the Montreal Canadiens last spring, following a history-making, ...

  • A full house of hitters, but how about an ace?

    Not that the Galway Hitmen’s staff is B level material. But let’s be honest: with no Sean Cleary around for the 2015 nationals starting ...

  • Things worked out well for this try-out

    Greene, 17, has earned a spot on Sherbrooke’s opening-night lineup, not bad for a player who arrived at training camp as a walk-on, twice ...

  • Caps cop another crown

    Turns out, however, the St. John’s Winmar Capitals had the keys to the bus.The Caps strolled into venerable Jubilee Field over the weekend, and ...

  • Steering more kids to rowing could have ripple effect for Regatta

    Related story Pond, hockey — a good combination Oh, there’s still a lot of slowpoke crews on the pond — too many, it could be argued — and ...

  • Abbott was a hit wherever he played

    And just how good was Colin Abbott on the softball diamond? Well, to suggest he was one of the world’s best hitters — yes, the world — is not a ...