Local sporting news
On September 3, 2020, Abby Bergman succeeded in swimming solo 27 miles across Santa Monica Bay in 16 hours 25 minutes and 53 seconds. Bergman is only the fourth person to successfully swim the grueling …[READ MORE]
While millions of people call Los Angeles home, only a hardy few swim marathon distances in Santa Monica Bay. Having completed the Triple Crown of marathon swims (Catalina Channel 2016, English Channel 2017 and Manhattan …[READ MORE]
Yesterday was the 25th wedding anniversary. Today is the opening day of the 2020 Major League Baseball season. Six months ago I could not even image this happening. It is just not normal for my …[READ MORE]
Congratulations to the Culver City Middle School cheerleading team, which took home first-place honors in the World Class Cheerleading competition. Way to go CCMS Cheer!
When West Los Angeles College takes the field at its first home game on Friday, January 24 at 2:00 p.m., there will be the typical new season excitement, the usual parents and friends in the …[READ MORE]
This week, 23-year-old open-water swimmer Abby Bergman of Culver City completed a 21.3-mile solo crossing of Lake Tahoe – and is now a Triple Crown and California Triple Crown titleholder. The California Triple Crown of …[READ MORE]
The Southern California National Premier League championship was a moment in San Bernardino that set the Culver City Football Club on the road to Rockford, Illinois. The May 19 match for boys under 17 pitted …[READ MORE]