Several teams from the North Georgia Rowing Academy competed in the Tail of the Tiger in Clemson, S.C., on Saturday.
The Dedicated Players Group played matches on Wednesday and Friday this week at Chicopee Woods.
Walter Hope defended his title as senior champion in the championship flight at Chicopee Woods golf course with a 1-over (145) during the two-day event Sunday in Oakwood.
BRASELTON - There were four American Le Mans driver championships still up for grabs when the 14th running of the Petit Le Mans began Saturday at Road Atlanta.
The Chattahoochee Ladies Golf Association played a Texas Scramble event on Tuesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.
Local members of the Georgia IronDawgs powerlifting team helped Team USA win the World title at the World United Amateur Powerlifting World Championship Sunday in Jonesboro in a record-setting performance. After winning the Bench Press Team World Championship three days earlier, Team USA posted a win in the Full Power division to complete the sweep.
Brenau University strength coach and Georgia IronDawg weightlifting team member Gary Hatfield, of Gainesville, was in a bit of dilemma on day three of the World United Amateur Powerlifting (WUAP) World Championships on Saturday in Jonesboro.
BRASELTON - The same message that fans have seen for years as they filed out of Lanier National Speedway may have been a little bit misleading as these same patrons of short-track racing left the South Hall track after Saturday's races.
BRASELTON - Donnie Clack thinks that it's only fitting that this weekend's farewell to Saturday night races at Lanier National Speedway should be a celebration for drivers. After all, they are the people who Clack, the owner of the South Hall short track, has thought of as one big family since he bought the nearly 30-year-old track in 2003.
Georgia IronDawg lifter Tim Moon, of Gainesville, won a World United Amateur Powerlifting (WUAP) bench press championship Thursday with a lift of 705.5 pounds at the World Bench Press Championships in Jonesboro. He hit the lift on his third and final attempt to stay in the meet.
The Wednesday Dogfight group played a two-best ball net event this week at Chicopee Woods. Coming in first place was the team of Tommy Calhoun, Jerry Horton and Darrel Pinner who shot 17-under par. Jim Arendt, Geoff Archibald and Yoko Komoto shot a 16-under par to place second. In third were Eric Autry, Bob Arendt and Yoshi at 13-under par. Individual net scores were also kept with Horton shooting a 65 and finishing first. ...
Lanier National Speedway has announced it will end its weekly racing program after almost 30 years in Braselton.
For the tenth straight year, Allen Creek Soccer Complex will host 54 teams as part of the Atlanta Cup on Sept. 3-4. The tournament, which is the largest youth soccer tournament in the Southeast, will play a total of 91 games over two days at Allen Creek. States represented at the tournament will be Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina and South Carolina. Allen Creek facility manager Mike Little said that the tournament ...
Chris England shot a final-round 76 and finished with a three-day total of 219 to win his seventh Royal Lakes Championship on Sunday at the course in Flowery Branch. Led by a first-day 70, England finished two shots ahead of Grant Cagle (221) and three in front of Jared Cagle (222).
A pair of teams carded 12-under par scores to finish in first place in the Wednesday dogfight event at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.
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