It’s been quite a tumultuous past few weeks amid the evolving COVID-19 pandemic wrecking havoc across the world and our local Big Island communities — bringing our day-to-day way of life to a screeching halt.
MIAMI — Orlando’s Steve Clifford figures he’s like every other NBA coach right now: Wake up, go to whatever now serves as the office, study his own team, maybe think about possible opponents, and resume planning.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is giving a shout-out to the New England Patriots for helping the state secure more than 1 million N95 masks.
Athletic directors at the nation’s biggest sports schools are bracing for a potential financial crisis related to the coronavirus pandemic.
For the first time in its nearly century-and-a-half history, Wimbledon was canceled for a reason other than war, scrapped in 2020 on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic.
If there is anybody more anxious than fans, coaches and the players themselves for the college football season to get going, it has to be the oddsmakers.
Chris Leonard was on the phone Tuesday with Hawaii County Civil Defense performing his job duties as president of New West Broadcasting Corp. when he received another call.
The NFL is gearing up for a normal season and playoffs — with two additional wild-card teams in the Super Bowl chase.
LOS ANGELES — The Transpacific Yacht Club has postponed the Transpac-Tahiti 2020 race from Los Angeles to Tahiti due to restrictions stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
LOS ANGELES — Having finished their home quarantine, the Lakers announced Tuesday that none of their players have COVID-19 symptoms.
In today’s age of uncertainty surrounding public events due to COVID-19, simply keeping competitors and spectators in the loop can be considered a win for an organization.
With college sports on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it would not have been surprising for the NCAA to delay its timeline for proposing new bylaws on name, image and likeness — especially considering how slow-moving the road to change has been already.
Editor’s note: While the sports world is shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, West Hawaii Today will look back every Tuesday at memorable sports moments on the Big Island.
Hilo’s Britney Yada probably thought she’d reached exclusive company when she teed off on the LPGA Tour for the first time, or when she played at the U.S. Women’s Open.
I was covering BIIF tennis the other day, though my memory of the experience is a little too fuzzy to offer much of a report.
TOKYO — The Tokyo Olympics will open next year in the same time slot scheduled for this year’s games.
The NCAA will permit Division I spring-sport athletes — such as baseball, softball and lacrosse players — who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus pandemic to have an additional year of eligibility.
Visa has told its global roster of Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls their sponsorships will be extended into 2021 after the Tokyo Games were postponed, providing some financial certainty amid the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.