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

  • Healey poised for bigger role at worlds

    Healey is preparing for the Women’s Baseball World Cup slated for South Korea Sept. 3-11, and judging by her play at the Under-20 Women’s ...

  • World’s best will play in Rock Invitational

    The Hill United Chiefs’ Rock Invitational, to be held at Lions Park June 30-July 2, will feature the host Chiefs, a squad based out of Ohsweken, ...

  • Clancey's Cup contribution

    "For us scouts, it's a group effort and lots of discussions and phone calls, and you just hope we make him (GM Jim Rutherford) feel comfortable ...

  • A Royal dilemma

    At Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador’s annual general meeting over the weekend in Gander, the association’s Senior Council recommended reducing ...

  • New attitude for Feildians

    Holy Cross and St. Lawrence have won scads of Challenge Cup championships since 1969, when Feildians beat Grand Bank in the all-Newfoundland ...

  • Gordie Howe came exactly as advertised

    It was in the bowels of Joe Louis Arena, the same corridor where Kid Rock nearly bumped into me as he was hustling to leave the rink with his ...

  • Going long: Football NL planning trip to Europe

    Now, Football NL is preparing for an ambitious new undertaking — a trip to Belgium and France next year to celebrate and remember the battles of ...

  • Rock finally dispels the Blues

    The St. John’s-based rugby team opened a new Canadian Rugby Championship (CRC) season with a long-awaited win over the Ontario Blues Saturday, a ...

  • Picks of the crop: Eight Newfoundlanders taken in QMJHL draft

    Goaltender Lucas Fitzpatrick, originally from Mount Pearl, was the highest to go, in the second round, 35th overall, to the Quebec Remparts. ...

  • True-blue to Pittsburgh's black and gold

    Just look for the ‘Go Pens Go!’ sign in front of the house on Main Rd., with the black and yellow pennants hanging from the roof and Stanley Cup ...