With over 90 teams and 1,100 athletes, the Triple Crown Fastpitch World Series returns to Park City this week 16U and 18U tournaments.
The GOAT camp, which honors the late Aaron Alford, continues to be more about life values than football
Continuing with the ethics and values of former coach Aaron Alford, Park City football held its annual GOAT camp last week at the high school.
For the 14th consecutive year, the Playing For Life foundation is hosting its “100 Holes for Life” event at Promontory Golf Club
Continuing its fight against breast cancer, the Playing for Life Foundation returns to Promontory for its annual 100 Holes of Gold event on Wednesday, July 17.
Parkite Rob Lea completes his swim of the English Channel, just two months after climbing Mount Everest
With his fiancé Caroline Gleich following along, Parkite Rob Lea swam the English Channel in 11 hours and 47 minutes.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. – For the past two years, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club alumnus Decker Dean walked away from the Jumpin’ and Jammin’ finale as the victor. When he was younger, Dean would dominate...
Michael O’Brien, a sophomore at Park City high school, has been invited to the prestigious Football University’s Top Gun camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina from July 12-14.
Back again, the Jupiter Peak Steeplechase returns to Park City as the second leg of the Triple Trails Challenge.
Thanks to a private donation by the Pilko family, the Mountain Trails Foundation opened up the newly renovated Bloods Lake Trail last weekend.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation will host its annual Anti-Gala, its premier fundraiser benefiting all those who train, play and compete at the Utah Olympic Park.
Come November, a slice of the past returns when the Park City Pioneers hockey program resumes its status as a member of the Mountain West Hockey League. Behind the support of General Manager/Owner Robert Ward...
Jaimes, who played soccer at Salt Lake Community College, will play for the Chattanooga Red Wolves, a League One team of the United Soccer League.
It’s a cliché to say the “student has now become the teacher.” But for Parkite Blake Hughes, his journey from student to teacher has been anything but trite — now culminating with him becoming the new women’s national team director for USA Nordic.
About 15 Chinese youth, coaches and family members will travel to Park City next week for a cultural exchange ice hockey program. The idea originated from a Park City High School senior taking Mandarin classes.
Despite being ten years older than his teammates, James Stevenson is reigniting his passion for a sport he once wanted nothing to do with.
Oakley always holds a special place in Wayne Wise’s heart, who will return to Oakley to announce his 26th consecutive rodeo there.
Out of all the American teams cheering for the selection of the Italy Olympics in 2026, USA Nordic perhaps has reason to cheer the loudest.
For the price of $150 per person the program will rent out pedal-assisted Rossignol type-1 electric bikes, which have a limiter that caps the motor assist at 20 miles per hour, to either groups of five or individuals for three afternoon hours seven days a week.
Kipp Nelson took over the role of chairman of U.S. Ski and Snowbaord in May. His main goals are to raise enough money for the athletes to succeed, and improve the organization’s culture.
On Monday, Parkite Rob Lea completed another step on his quest to climb Everest, swim the English Channel and bike across the U.S. when he completed a six-hour trial swim in the Jordanelle Reservoir.
Cold, blustery weather made paddle boarding a daunting task on Saturday, but a handful of die-hard racers still competed at the Park City SUP Festival.