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

  • Ice time was draw for German goalie

    Moving to a new city or province is generally nothing new to most Canadian junior hockey players, but imagine packing up the gear and heading off ...

  • Allard ready for challenge

    He's big and strong, can skate and has plenty of upside, which probably swayed the Buffalo Sabres to grab him in the NHL Entry Draft last June. ...

  • Gosse still

    Eighteen years after taking his first cuts in St. Johns senior mens softball, after countless innings twirled in a Hall of Fame right arm, ...

  • Import arm focused on task

    Tim McCarver, Steve Carlton's personal catcher for the Philadelphia Phillies of the 1980s, once joked he figured to be buried 60 feet, 6 inches ...

  • Would three be a crowd?

    Theres a possibility Newfoundland will be represented by a third team in the Labatt national senior mens fastpitch softball championship which ...

  • Rock overcomes rust to win at home

    Theyre unbeaten through three games, outscoring their trio of opponents though Quebec, Ottawa and New Brunswick are hardly beasts of East ...

  • All in the same boat

    Considered the provinces largest single-day garden party, the annual Royal St. Johns Regatta has become a centrepiece for many a family gathering ...

  • King gets new start with Ducks

    Jason King is getting a fresh start in North American pro hockey, compliments of a pair of old faces. The Corner Brook product, along with a ...

  • Brennans freaking out, but thats a good thing

    Barring trades or upheaval through a series of surprise picks, its quite likely T.J. Brennan will be a late-second or third-round selection at ...

  • Lead story: Gushue names Korab's replacement

    In Vancouver on business, Dave Noftall joked over the telephone Tuesday night he might be dropping over to see the new curling venue for the 2010 ...