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

  • ‘We’re up against it’: Parfrey

    And like any struggling pro sports team, the key to turnaround is an infusion of young talent into the big club’s lineup. “I think our talent is ...

  • Robin Short: Pitch partnership

    Major League Soccer’s Whitecaps, one of Canada’s longest and most well-known pro soccer outfits (along with Toronto’s Blizzard and FC teams), are ...

  • Private enterprise playing point

    St. Anthony Basketball Inc., a privately-operated basketball business, coordinated and managed a 48-team junior high school basketball league for ...

  • Fairway auditions

    As Dan Hyatt of Golf Canada suggests, a strong showing at the nationals, running from July 31-Aug. 4, could make for some big breaks down the ...

  • All aboard for the 2025 Canada Games?

    That news, coming from St. John’s city councillor Danny Breen, comes on the heels of Tuesday’s announcement in Ontario that two of the four bids ...

  • Swilers sweep Charron Cup

    Related story Charron Cup signals start of new rugby season Alex Rogers, Adam Paul, Robert Wilson, Zac Coughlan, Devin Lacey and Richard Tingskou ...

  • Robin Short: Lafleur still worth the money

    Not that Lafleur is bitter, or in the poor house. He’s done very well for himself, working as a Canadiens ambassador, restaurateur and helicopter ...

  • Charron Cup signals start of new rugby season

    The Swilers Rugby Football Club is host for this year’s event, and is the defending champion as the result of a 13-10 win last year over the ...

  • Former MUN coach 'in shock' over Norris murder charge

    “She was this little blonde girl throwing the ball around the gym,” Partridge said of Anne Norris. “You could tell she loved the game.” Norris, ...

  • The Laurentians' split personality

    For the Labatt Laurentians, perennial Challenge Cup contenders, it was their first taste of game action since last September when St. Lawrence ...