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

  • St. John’s looks to host 2017 Brier

    The city last played host to the Brier in 1972, the only time the championship has been staged in Newfoundland. The national women’s ...

  • Gushue driven to succeed

    Gushue, Brett Gallant, Adam Casey and Geoff Walker are pounding the World Curling Tour circuit, ensuring they’re ready for the Pre-Trials early ...

  • Hometown hopeful

    Either way, the St. John’s native is in tough cracking the IceCaps’ American Hockey League roster, and the opportunity to make an impression ...

  • Rink Rant

    Can’t say I was shocked this week with the responses from mayoral and council candidates to The Telegram’s survey question: Would you support ...

  • Andrew Picco’s healthy outlook

    Picco, from Marystown, and St. John’s native Tyler Boland made the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Oceanic out of training camp, no small ...

  • Wrestler Joy pins his hopes on Tokyo in 2020

    Wrestling has rightfully been reinstated for the 2020 Olympic Summer Games, and noone is more delighted than 18-year-old Erik Joy of Paradise. ...

  • Cleary follows his heart, re-signs with Wings

    He left more money on the table in Philadelphia, but the lure of staying in his adopted hometown of Detroit was too much for Daniel Cleary. The ...

  • Daniel Cleary returning to the Detroit Red Wings

    The unrestricted free agent forward from Riverhead, Harbour Grace informed The Telegram via text shortly before noon today he is heading to ...

  • Osmond’s preparing for her future

    “Generally, my day will start at 9 a.m., and I’ll be working with a personal trainer three times a week,” she said. “I’ll also be doing Pilates ...

  • For Cleary, leaving Detroit will be like leaving home

    He wanted to retire a Red Wing. Desperately so.“I’m a Red Wing to the bone, man,” Cleary told me this week. “I love going into the season knowing ...