July 16, 2012 - 10:00am
The Louisville Tennis Club has become one of the most prominent athletic organizations in not just the area but nationally as well.
In 1972 the sport of Tennis in the U.S. was on the rise in popularity, much of this was related to increased television exposure and an explosion of a national audience.This trend didn’t stop in Louisville as the Louisville Tennis Club first opened its doors to the public. Committed to the...
November 28, 2011 - 10:00am
The Louisville Motor Speedway is an industrial park today however that doesn't take away from its history.
Before the Kentucky speedway opened in 2000 the preeminent race track in the commonwealth of Kentucky was located right here in the Derby City- the Louisville Motor Speedway.So many remember it as yet another track in the city in which speed mattered. Opened in 1988 the track was built for just...
October 24, 2011 - 10:00am
Today the future of the Extreme Park is in the air a little but however for nearly ten years now it's called for bikers, skaters and the like in the region and the country.
When I was a teenager my friends were a buzz about a brand new skate park in my hometown. We were the perfect age for it too, in that time the X-games, skateboarding, roller skating etc. were really hitting a surge.With the massive appeal of video games and the charismatic (at least as...
September 7, 2011 - 10:00am
Considering the historical sports landmarks of the city, I'm left in search for the Louisville Brecks landmarks.
The Louisville Breckenridges were a professional football team playing out of the Derby City throughout the 1920’s.
September 5, 2011 - 10:00am
Continuing to look at the athletic landmarks of the Derby City, I turn my attention to football.
The University of Louisville football team has begun its fourteenth season at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. In that time the team has had its share of ups and downs but rather than focusing on the team itself the stadium’s story actually goes back ten years prior to it’s opening...