Richmond Pulse sat down with Leslie Ayala to talk about why she loves playing sports and how she balances her athletic commitments with her academics. It’s not always easy.
Nearly 11,000 runners of all ages brought in food donations for the Contra Costa and Solano counties food banks during the Nitro Turkey run along Point Pinole Regional Shoreline Park paths on Nov. 23.
A picturesque summer day at Nicholl Park served as the backdrop for the Soulful Sunday softball game. The annual event is one of Richmond’s newest traditions.
El Cerrito High School track and field star Kaylah Robinson has signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Oregon.
Vallejo Police have arrested a man in connection with the murder of Richmond community activist Landrin Kelly.
Los jóvenes de Richmond continúan jugando fútbol americano, a pesar de la abrumadora evidencia de que puede causar cambios en sus cerebros.
Young people in Richmond are continuing to play football, despite overwhelming evidence that it can cause changes in their brains.
Richmond boxing champion Jonny Perez works with the Mindful Life Project, where he helps teach the concept of mindfulness to elementary school students in Richmond. But his life did not always look as promising as it does now.
As most people are sitting down for dinner on Thursday evenings, a small group of local women are preparing to slip on boxing gloves. Every week at 7:00 pm, they arrive one by one and in pairs for a new boxing class at OMNI Movement, an MMA and Athletic Training Center located at 1200 Harbour Way South.
With Super Bowl 50 right around the corner, fans are gearing up for the battle of 2016. But another battle has been raging in football and other sports over the last few years.