The Parapan American Games in Santiago, Chile are now over and Prescott’s Andrew Bogdanov came away with a great finish in the doubles event, winning a bronze medal with his partner David Wagner from San Diego, CA.
Professional wheelchair tennis player Andrew Bogdanov of the Prescott area took off Wednesday to go play in the Parapan American Games in Santiago, Chile Nov. 19-25, where he will be one of two players representing the USA in singles and doubles competition.
If you haven’t been by the Prescott High School tennis facility, 1050 Ruth St., lately, you should wander by and take a look and then try them out.
Some books entertain, some inform, others inspire. My friend Virginia was so inspired by this month’s book discussion title, Born to Run, she decided to write a sequel to this title by training for an ultra-run, starting with the Kachina 50K route on the San Francisco Peaks.
Any of you who are old enough to remember “Reader's Digest” probably read the different articles in it over the years that covered the medical aspects of things like…”I am Joe’s Gallbladder, or Joe’s Heart”, etc. Well, this is Joe’s tennis racquet.
Sterling Fetty is one of our USPTA Tennis Professionals from the Prescott area that is making a huge difference in what the game of tennis looks like for you and me in so many ways.
You might say, how can you put Andrew Bogdanov’s name in the same sentence as tennis professionals Gauff and Djokovic?
Our final group of high country wildflowers is as distinctive as the single site serving as the representative location where to expect these beauties.
A good putting round makes up for a lot of full shot hiccups. Many golfers get way too technical when it comes to putting. They put their emphasis on the mechanics. Putting is so much more than mechanics, it is a “feel” activity, a natural response to a target.
Last week, I was at the Western and Southern masters tournament in Cincinnati/Mason, Ohio where the finals between Carlos Alcaraz (19) and Novak Djokovic (36) was like a Grand Slam final (Novak winning in a 3rd set tiebreak) and seventh-seeded Coco Gauff won her first masters championship over Karolina Muchova 6-3, 6-4.
The highest, coolest hiking in Arizona is home to some of the best loved and most unique plants on Earth.
We have a new local sports celebrity in our midst who has burst through the scene in only 8 months on the professional ITF Wheelchair Tennis Tour, 28-year-old Andrew Bogdanov.