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

  • Victory on Quidi Vidi

    There were no surprises Wednesday as the two favoured crews — sponsored by a pair of St. John’s law firms — emerged as victors as the 194th Royal ...

  • IceCaps’ extension contention

    Great to see the Winnipeg Jets and St. John’s IceCaps extend their current three-year deal to a fourth season, but inquiring minds want to know: ...

  • Mainland competitive runners could be racing to St. John’s

    Local runners take notice: If The Telegram 10-Mile Road Race — the Tely 10 — continues to grow by leaps and bounds in popularity, expect to ...

  • Loiselle makes his first visit a quick one

    Matt Loiselle drove the Tely 10 race course Saturday night to get an idea of the route, and then on Sunday morning blew the doors off 3,581 ...

  • This story could have a great finish

    It's been long on pre-race hoopla for a number of years now, but the annual Tely 10 has been coming up short on the drama metre. Like a scene ...

  • Getting back on course

    A year that started out with so much promise has dwindled into a season of frustration for the province’s pre-eminent female distance runner.But ...

  • It was different in Gladney’s day

    For Bob Gladney, that summer’s day in early June 35 years ago was not unlike any other he’d spent in his native Clarenville.It’s too long ago, of ...

  • You can’t fool everyone

    Despite scads of media attention the Mount Pearl Mark’s Work Wearhouse Junior Blades and their coach, Brian Cranford, have generated, why do more ...

  • Bishop makes it three for three

    Clark Bishop of St. John’s became the third Newfoundlander to go third overall in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League midget draft when the ...

  • IceCaps planning a strong follow-up shift

    They sold out every game at Mile One Centre last fall, winter and spring, jockeyed for first place overall for much of the season and played for ...