sports

    “Twelve damn years!” Vinnie Alversa, Schenck Fuels’ player-manager, was heard to say before kissing the East Hampton Town men’s slow-pitch softball league’s 2011 playoff trophy after he and his...
    When the first roughly 20 people first worked their way across the open ocean as part of Paddlers for Humanity back in 2005, most were in kayaks or prone paddling on boards, and only one woman, Marilyn Suder, made the trip....

Classic’s Coming     The weeklong Hampton Classic Horse Show opens at the 60-acre Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, showgrounds on Sunday with a day of competition for local riders, beginning with leadline and short stirrup...

Saturday, August 27 PADDLING, Paddlers 4 Humanity’s 18-mile open water paddle from Montauk to Block Island, Montauk Lighthouse, 6:30 a.m. Sunday, August 28 HAMPTON CLASSIC, opening day, beginning with leadline classes in the Grand Prix...
    Before he entered Gardiner’s Bay early Saturday morning for the Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad’s half-mile swim John Conner, who was an international-class miler and 800 runner before being struck by a truck on a...
    Romaine Gordon of the B-East Fitness Studio said following Saturday afternoon’s spin at Amagansett Square to benefit the Max Cure Foundation, that given the brief time she had to put the event together, it had, thanks...
August 7, 1986     This season, Howard Wood, who does his own salary negotiating now, and who has “played every position except guard,” returns to Spain’s “A” professional basketball league, with...
    Justin Kulchinsky, 38, who 15 years ago recorded the 1996 Montauk triathlon’s fastest 10K run split, covering the hilly 6.2-mile course in 34 minutes and 2 seconds on his way to a fourth-place finish, reappeared on the...

Thursday, August 18 SWIMMING, showing of “Raiders Of The Lost Ark,” benefit East Hampton Y.M.C.A. RECenter Hurricanes swim team, Havens Beach, Sag Harbor, 6 p.m. SLOW-PITCH, playoffs, game three of women’s final, if necessary,...