Life Time Miami Marathon
Javier Sanchez, the new Life Time Miami Marathon race director, knows all about performing on a big stage — even if it’s 26.2 miles long.
Skipper Stu McNay of Providence, R.I. and crew David Hughes of Miami are tied for second in the 29-boat men’s 470 fleet after two days of light-wind racing in the ISAF Sailing World Cup on Biscayne Bay.
Defending champs Stu McNay of Providence, R.I. and crew David Hughes of Miami sit in the runner-up position in the men’s 470 class following Monday’s two opening races in the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup on Biscayne Bay.
James Crews of Pembroke Pines and Danny Pitaluga of Kendall will be at the starting line on Biscayne Boulevard on Sunday for the Life Time Miami Marathon and Half Marathon, but these two athletes hold a nontraditional bond.
Any competitive sailor whos even thinking about making it to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro is in Miami this week for the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Biscayne Bay.
Even before South Florida learned last week that the Miami Marathon was bought by a billion-dollar fitness corporation, the 26.2-mile trek through Miami and Miami Beach was on its way to what organizers believed would be another successful run vacant title sponsorship notwithstanding.
The second day of the 2014 SeaVee/Mercury Mayors Cup Billfish Tournament ended with the Asian Pearl crew consisting of Robert Voges, Christopher Galarraga, Brandon Mullar, Eric Johnson, Victor Paneda and Marie Diaz earning a $44,000 bounty for releasing 10 sailfish in the two-day tournament held out of Montys Raw Bar in Coconut Grove.
Spotlight on | Fishing
As the first day of fishing ended in the 2014 SeaVee/Mercury Mayors Cup Bill Fish Tournament on Friday, team Notorious holds the lead over the Rockstar OG team with the fastest time since both are tied with eight releases.
Back in the 1970s and 80s, Everglades paddlers commonly covered the 13 miles or so from Flamingo to East Cape Sable using the Homestead Canal to avoid the sometimes windy and powerboat-riddled open waters of Florida Bay. Although man-made and mostly straight, the canal provided a pleasant, back country wilderness experience on the way to setting up camp on the Cape.
Captain Nick Stanczyk out of Bud N Marys Marina reported offshore boats looking for large sting rays on the bottom in crystal clear waters are catching limits of cobia in the 15- to 61-pound range. On the party boat Miss Islamorada out of their marina, a rare large sawfish was caught and released. On the patch reefs and along the outer reef line, big schools of cero mackerel have moved into the area and these fish are tearing up the ballyhoo schools.
One of the countrys leading fitness-related companies has bought the Miami Marathon and all the races formerly owned by US Road Sports & Entertainment.
Great Britains Samantha Briggs earned the title of Fittest Woman on Earth after winning the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games this past summer, and she proved herself fit for the title at this past weekends Wodapalooza Fitness Festival at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami.
Captain Randy Towe is among the featured instructors who agreed to tell all at a seminar Feb. 8 in Islamorada.
Miami Beach officials, boaters and boat show officials say theyll try to negotiate a solution to the environmental project that impedes the rout of megayachts to Indian Creek.
Operation: Blue Pride helps vets by introducing them to diving and pushing them to defend the marine environment.
There’s a meeting scheduled Friday to plan a course of action so megayachts can get to their boat show berths; legal action against Corps of Engineers is possible.
An environmental project linked to the PortMiami expansion may be blocking the route megayachts take to Indian Creek berths for next months annual Yacht & Brokerage Show.
If one of your resolutions for the New Year was to run in the Miami Marathon, you better hurry because it is going to sell out before the end of the month, according to marathon officials.
A joint committee of the Gulf and South Atlantic councils is setting out to cut down on conflicting rules for local saltwater fishing.
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