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Elite's flexible Quad space aims to keep kids & parents moving

Published Sept. 27, 2016

Driving past, you might not really notice the changes at the Elite Sports Club-River Glen, 2001 W. Good Hope Rd., in Glendale, which was built as Le Club in 1972 and purchased by Elite in 2012. But on the inside, it seems that everything is changing.


Health club guide

Published Jan. 27, 2016

If your new year's resolution was to get in shape or if you're just thinking it's time to get on the road to fitness, here's a tour of Cream City clubs.


Double choke demonstrates chinks in Serena's amazing dominance

Published Sept. 15, 2015

There is no way, nor will there ever be a way, to deny the amazing athletic brilliance and dominance of Serena Williams, maybe the greatest women's tennis player ever. But having said that, there are chinks in her tennis game and, perhaps more telling, chinks in her mental makeup and her public performance.


7 agonies in the wide world of sports

Published July 3, 2015

Sports can bring joy and jubilation and it's about the best feeling in the world. But the flip side of that coin is the sadness that comes in the world of sports. Here's seven things that make me sad and I just hope someday I can recover.


5 spectator sporting events Milwaukee needs

Published May 27, 2015

Milwaukee has a lot of spectator sports for a city its size, but that doesn't mean things couldn't be better. Here are five sports events that would add a lot to the landscape.

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The year was 1994. I was 34 years old and my career as a professional soccer player was winding down. The front office of the Milwaukee Rampage had received a call specifically asking for me and if I would do some volunteer work for the Special Olympics high school track meet. I was more than hap...

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