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

  • And then there was one

    Four years ago, when Brad Gushue was being unfairly pilloried from all corners after gassing Jamie Korab from his team, the skip, only 12 months ...

  • ‘Golden goal’ remains a special memory

    For two weeks in February, a year ago, we were the best.Oh, we cried with Joannie Rochette. We shared the pain with Melissa Hollingsworth, a ...

  • For the love of the Games

    When the flame is doused and the book is closed on the Canada Winter Games next Saturday, you couldn’t blame Chris Morrissey if he hopped on a ...

  • A change in Games plan

    HALIFAX — It’s about this time every two years, during Canada Games, when we trot out the litany of excuses and reasons why Newfoundland and ...

  • This Glovertown teen is flipping good

    Halifax—Anybody who’s watched the movie will remember the scene. Gene Hackman takes his small group of wide-eyed, backwoods kids from tiny ...

  • A far-reaching concept

    Halifax — Given this is at least the fourth straight Canada Games that Newfoundland and Labrador curling has opted for an ‘all-star’ team concept ...

  • These shooters were of medal calibre

    Sackville, N.S. — The 1977 Newfoundland and Labrador shooting team, taking aim at home in the St. John’s Canada Summer Games, finished just out ...

  • A rookie to watch

    Old Orchard Beach, Maine — Luke Adam’s latest stop in a whirlwind couple of years is Old Orchard Beach, Me. It’s a summertime playground, but ...

  • Ryder riding out the storm

    He is the highest scoring born-and-bred Newfoundlander to play in the National Hockey League. He is, by all accounts, a genuine sniper who will ...

  • Games times

    These eyes have seen a lot of Canada Games — 10 to be exact — and a lot of changes since we first starting spinning yarns way back in 1991 in ...