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The beginning of a new year is always a time of transition, but for one Richmonder 2020 is bringing with it the start of a life-long dream -- to play professional basketball. 

Peter Chouquette has played in recreation leagues across the city, but a chance encounter has led him to a team in Denmark. 

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Richmond is more than a hundred miles from the beach, so it may come as a surprise how some in the city are celebrating the 4th of July: with a beach volleyball tournament. 

A Lesson In Curling

Feb 8, 2018
Brad Kutner

While Virginia’s warm climate might not offer the perfect venue for some Winter Olympic sports, indoor ice rinks have opened their doors to the ancient art of Curling.

Concussion Rate Highest in Girls' Soccer

Sep 26, 2017
Winston-Salem Forsythe County School

The potential for traumatic brain injury in professional football players is again raising public concern. But another, less followed sport is seeing a troubling increase in the rate of concussions among its players.  

One group in Richmond is doing something different to combat poverty. Taking kids from low-income neighborhoods and giving them what they often lack.... mentoring...guidance... a male role-model... all disguised as an after-school biking program. Richmond Cycling Corps it's called.

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