Sports

   Lynne Cox, whose two record-breaking crossings of the English Channel when she was 15 and 16 years old served as a prelude to an astounding open water career during which she has conquered the Bering Strait, the Straits of Magellan and...
   In the past few years, standup paddleboarding has grown to be a commonplace sport on the South Fork — “the new activity that everyone wants to get into,” in the words of Khanh Ngo, the owner of Khanh Sports and EH...
    A team of 11 lifeguards from East Hampton trained by Katie Osiecki placed third among 27 teams in the all-female National Parks Service tournament at Sandy Hook, N.J., on July 31.     “The teams came from up...
Miss Amelia’s     The Miss Amelia’s 2-mile road race, a benefit for the Old Montauk Athletic Club’s grants program and the Amagansett Historical Association, is to be held Sunday at 9 a.m., starting near the...
July 7, 1988
Thursday, August 8 SOCCER, tryouts for Hampton United’s entry in Long Island Soccer Football League, Ross School fields, 6:30 p.m. SLOW-PITCH, East Hampton Town women’s league playoff games, 6:45 and 8 p.m., Terry King ball field,...
   The ocean swims overseen by East Hampton’s volunteer ocean rescue squad in Montauk Saturday drew record numbers — 57 for the 2-miler spanning the Kirk Park and Ditch Plain beaches, 56 for the 1-miler, and 41 for the half-...
   Peter Kazickas, a Hamilton College junior (and captain of its basketball team) who lives in Amagansett, recently returned from his second visit in three years to Hoops 4 Hope’s center in Harare, Zimbabwe, having brought with him...
   Dahlia Aman, who had, because of the heat in one case and an injury in another, never won a national tennis title at the biannual Senior Games, did so last week in Cleveland, Ohio, sweeping through her opponents in the quarterfinals,...