“No one expected my life to be as normal as it is,” said Rockford athlete, Johnny Agar. While Agar simply views his life as normal, most would view it as extraordinary and inspiring.
Ever wondered why the recess of your youth had to go away? You’re not the only one. The Grand Rapids Sport and Social Club (GRSSC) was founded to offer an after work recess spot for young professionals in and around Grand Rapids.
A new sport that combines bowling, football and horseshoes has come to Grand Rapids.
The NBA G-League kicks off Friday, which means the Grand Rapids Drive is ready to kick off its fourth season. The Drive host the Erie BayHawks 7 p.m. Friday at the DeltaPlex, as the team seeks to reach the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.
Downtown Grand Rapids streets, parks and alleyways will be transformed into an urban disc golf course later this month for a one-day-only tournament.
Organizers of the 2017 Grand Rapids Mud Run, a mud filled 5K, promise to up the anti this year with new obstacles and rearranged favorites.
Wyoming resident Laureen Robinson, 53, took up running following the tragic death of a family friend during the Fifth Third River Bank Run. At her son’s encouragement, Robinson took her running to the next level by competing in the Meijer State Games of Michigan and later competing in her first State Games of America.
Andrew Bremer began playing soccer at age five and by age seven he was trying out for a travel soccer team made up of nine-year-olds. The Grand Rapids resident said he was following in the footsteps of his older siblings.
Amateur athletes from as far away as Hawaii are descending on Grand Rapids this weekend for the State Games of America, an Olympic-style competition that includes 12,000 competitors in 48 sports across 35 venues.
The Grand Rapids Griffins released their 2017-18 schedule last week.