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

  • Memorable and momentous

    Sports scene - It will be forever known as the Year of Stanley's Visit, a party like no other in Conception Bay North last spring. Not even ...

  • 5 minutes with...Danny Cleary

    Growing up in Harbour Grace, young Danny Cleary wasn't much of a baseball fan. Hockey, of course, was his preferred game. Basketball, too. But ...

  • Newfoundlanders bring out the best in each other in L.A.

    Contrary to what many believe was a history-making moment Monday night, Ryane Clowe and Teddy Purcell were not the first Newfoundlanders to score ...

  • Too much weight leaves Gushue just short of a Grand-Slam win

    Brad Gushue was one shot away from his first Grand Slam curling title Sunday, but his final delivery was heavy giving Ontario's Wayne Middaugh a ...

  • The pitch became a pool in just two hours

    King George V Park, the new $3.5 million FieldTurf facility in east end St. John's, resembled nearby Quidi Vidi Lake as Saturday evening's heavy ...

  • 5 minutes with ... Luke Adam

    Playing hockey in a city where the game is akin to a religion, Luke Adam has quickly learned the revered Canadiens are given Papal-like status ...

  • Clowe a key to Sharks' fast start

    It's true. The earth's fallen off its axis. Hell's frozen over. Pigs were seen winging it to Florida. A year after a Newfoundlander won the ...

  • Lady Hawks earn first-round bye

    Some coaches don't like the idea of catching a free pass on the opening day of the playoffs, while others like the thought of sitting and ...

  • Olympic dream within reach

    Labrador City figure skater Joey Russell has his sights set on the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, a target that just got a little bigger with the ...

  • He just wants to play

    After spending much of the 2007-08 hockey season on the disabled list, Dan LaCosta just wants to play this year, even if it means another tour of ...