Keeping the silent sports community informed and self propelled.
To talk about how best to enjoy the current warm and sunny weather, Wisconsin Public Radio's Joy Cardin turned this morning to Tom Held, a frequent contributer to Silent Sports and the "Off the Couch" blogger for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Chicago is the latest city -- but not the first in the upper Midwest -- to jump on the bike-sharing bandwagon.
Like diet pill poppers only interested in seeing immediate results, Minnesota lawmakers seem unable to commit to programs that integrate exercise and lifestyle changes intended to lead state residents to better health over the long term.
Congratulations are due to the winners of Silent Sports' prize drawing conducted at Canoecopia, the paddlesports expo in Madison, Wisconsin, March 9-11. More than 400 people entered to win a Bending Branches wood canoe paddle, made in Osceola, Wisconsin, and a selection of books on biking, hiking and skiing in the upper Midwest.
The return of Hales Corners, Wis., native Richard Dodd as a marathon runner, after years of alcoholism, is the subject of a hopeful column by Doug Moe in today's Capital Times.