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

  • Provincial association to look at realignment of metro area

    Fifty or so kids from the Southlands section of St. John's will continue playing their minor hockey in Mount Pearl this season. That was the ...

  • Closing out history

    Bronx, N.Y. - It's deep within the bowels of Yankee Stadium, near the home team's clubhouse, and Reggie Jackson is holding court with a Canadian ...

  • No.1 - George Faulkner

    Ten best athletes - He might not have lifted the Stanley Cup, or even played in the National Hockey League, but to a legion of hockey fans old ...

  • AHL returns to St. John's ...for one regular-season game

    Three years after severing ties with St. John's, the American Hockey League is poised to make a regular season return - albeit for one game - to ...

  • No. 3 Alex Faulkner

    It's been nearly 50 years since that extraordinary Thursday evening in early December at the old Montreal Forum, yet Alex Faulkner remains ...

  • Junior national success begins and ends with pitching

    Kelly's Pub Junior Canadians general manager Ross Crocker is convinced his charges can contend again this summer at the national junior men's ...

  • Fewer, Harvey win Tely 10

    There were few surprises Sunday morning during the 81st running of The Telegram 10-Mile Road Race as pre-race favourites Colin Fewer and Lisa ...

  • Harvey dominates in winning fourth title

    Lisa Harvey joined Paul McCloy across the finish line Sunday, and judging by her time in the 81st edition of the Tely 10, it's a good possibility ...

  • Fewer makes it four in a row, but sub-50 time eludes him

    Colin Fewer was the easy winner of Sunday's 81st running of the Tely 10, his fourth straight title, but there was no masking a tinge of ...

  • No. 5 Carl English

    To many, Carl English is defined more by his past than the present ... orphaned at five, growing up in a tiny Cape Shore community, learning to ...