In mountain biking, Richmond’s Angelo Washington discovered a new world, one he’ll share during Riverrock’s return this weekend | Local

Washington will be helping to lead group bike rides each of the three days.

“I really developed a passion for being able to coach people how to properly mountain bike,” Washington said.

Biking began to take baseball’s place for Washington in 2015. He had played baseball — second baseman and shortstop — for two years at VSU and later for teams in the National Adult Baseball Association and the Virginia Commonwealth Baseball League. But following shoulder, quad and facial injuries, it just wasn’t the same for him anymore.

A couple of months after nabbing a starter ride off Craigslist, Washington

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Defensive end Justin Foster announces return to Clemson Tigers football after long-haul COVID-19

Clemson defensive end Justin Foster, who announced in February that he was ending his football career because of long-haul COVID-19 symptoms, will be rejoining the team in June, he told ESPN on Wednesday.

Foster said he spoke to coach Dabo Swinney on Tuesday and told him he isn’t sure when or if he’ll regain the form that made him a potential NFL draftee, but that he would like to try.

“[Swinney] said if you’re feeling better, even if you’re not 100 percent, you can start working with the team and we’ll build you up from there,” Foster said from his

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Would Michigan State basketball benefit from Rocket Watts return?

It’s been a few weeks since Rocket Watts his the transfer portal. After a disappointing sophomore season with Michigan State basketball, he decided to look for a change of scenery.

Right away, he received interest from some of the top programs in the country and other under-the-radar ones like Xavier and Connecticut which seemed like good fits for him. But since he entered the portal and received all of this immediate interest, everything has been quiet. We haven’t heard about any leaders and he hasn’t committed elsewhere yet.

So what’s the hold-up?

Are teams telling him that they want him

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Chris Beard makes arrogant remark about return

For at least the better part of a century, people in West Texas have felt as if there were a pervading arrogance that emanated from the University of Texas.  Now, Texas Tech basketball fans are seeing former Red Raider head coach Chris Beard take on the arrogance that his new employer is reviled for around the nation.

Speaking to Jon Rothstein on the College Hoops Today podcast, Beard made a rather conceited remark concerning his return to Lubbock.

“Texas Tech is going to make a lot of money that night,” Beard said Tuesday. “But you know me — I’m

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