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

  • Fewer extends reign in the rain

    Colin Fewer rounded the turn on to Bannerman Rd., just a short dash from the Colonial Bldg., Sunday morning to cheers from a healthy, if not ...

  • 3,000's a crowd

    It was status quo at The Telegram 10-Mile Road Race Sunday morning, with pre-race favourites and defending champs Colin Fewer and Kate Vaughan ...

  • Running down history

    He’s won a half-dozen Tely 10 titles, is the second-fastest runner to cover the old course and has firmly established himself as the province’s ...

  • New senior league official, but will it last?

    Back at Tely Central after a few weeks respite where it’s actually summer. I’m freezin’, a few pounds heavier, the lawn needs mowing and the desk ...

  • Ready for a record run

    The province’s largest road race continues to get bigger and bigger. A record 3,051 runners, walkers and wheelchair competitors ...

  • Nobody asked me ... but

    Has anybody noticed that of the top 16 scorers in the NHL playoffs, and that includes some players tied with the same number of points, ...

  • Stan the man

    “Danny! Danny! Danny!”We all knew Danny Williams was a hit in the political arena. Turns out he can draw an applause at the hockey rink, too.A ...

  • Williams wasn’t letting this deal get away

    The gleam was in his eye on a chilly afternoon yesterday, at the foot of the steps leading to the rink he named 10 years ago.At times, Danny ...

  • BREAKING: AHL deal done for St. John's

    Telegram Sports Editor — The Telegram has learned Danny Williams has a tentative agreement in place with True North Sports and Entertainment that ...

  • Williams keeps working the corners, still thinks he can score

    Greg Selinger, the Manitoba premier, stood at the MTS Centre podium in downtown Winnipeg Tuesday morning, positively gushing.“Welcome home,” he ...