Cary, NC – After too many years of missing the playoffs, GM Ron Francis believes the young – make that very young and very fast – corps of players he has assembled will break the trend and be in the playoffs this coming season.
Cary, NC – The infusion of new, talented players together with a seasoned RailHawks team has proven successful as they beat the top-ranked team in the NASL at their latest home game. Read more
Cary, NC – Amidst this year’s Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, the Olympic Committee announced the return of baseball and softball to the Summer Games. And that means Cary’s USA Baseball National Training Complex will be back in the national spotlight as players compete for the opportunity to represent America in 2020. Read more
Cary, NC – In their first game against Puerto Rico FC, two of the Carolina RailHawks’ newest players proved their worth with two goals, ending the game in a tie. Read more
Cary, NC – In the soccer powerhouses of Spain, Italy and Mexico, it is not uncommon to find special schools built around the training schedules of young, elite athletes. But things are different here, where Cary will become one of only a handful of towns with a soccer school in the United States. Read more
Cary, NC – With the record for most Gold Medals at a single Olympics Games going to a swimmer, swimming gets a lot of attention every four years at the Summer Games. And this year, one local athlete who trained at the Cary YMCA made it to the Olympic trials to show the world what she’s got. Read more
Cary, NC – Now that we’re midway through the Summer, it’s time to look ahead for hockey season with our Carolina Hurricanes expert, Bob Fennel.
Editor’s Note: Dr. Kevin Prue, PT, DPT, from Prue Physical Therapy & Sports Performance in Cary contributed to this article.
Cary, NC – It’s finally officially summertime! That means kids are home from school, vacations have been planned and productivity at work is probably going to decrease (not intentionally of course) as we try to enjoy the nice weather. The start of summer also means a new schedule to get used to for a few months, and this change in schedule can really hamper our regular fitness routine. Here are five fun ways to get a workout in during the summertime. Read more