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McLain Ward Cements His Legacy as Classic’s Greatest Rider

After winning his seventh Hampton Classic Grand Prix in dramatic fashion on Sunday, McLain Ward was not ready to discuss his legacy just yet. There is, as he pointed out later, too much riding still left to come.

Locals Kick Off Hampton Classic on Opening Day

Lucy Beeton and Emma Siskind both hail from Swan Creek Farms in Bridgehampton, but they were riding head-to-head Sunday at the opening day of the Hampton Classic.

Paddlers for Humanity Raises Funds for Children in Need

It was a long day on the water, roughly seven-and-a-half hours, for paddlers on an 18-mile trek from Montauk to Block Island on Saturday.

Elite Runners Rule the Day and Course Record Falls at Ellen’s Run

Erik Engstrom, a native of East Hampton set a blazing pace in the early going before setting a new course record of 15:39.97 at the 23rd Annual Ellen's Run in Southampton on Saturday.

New Year, Same Script at Artists Writers Softball Game

The 70th annual Artists and Writers Softball Game was held Saturday at Herrick Park in East Hampton, where the writers won for the third consecutive year, this time by a score of 12-8.

The Hampton Classic Begins Sunday

The Hampton Classic Horse Show will host eight days of competition in Bridgehampton starting this Sunday, August 26.

Epic Martial Arts Student Wins Sports Karate Tournament

Jack Petscheitis, a 13-year-old karate student at Epic Martial Arts in Sag Harbor, won first place in his age group in the boys intermediate level of Kata at the prestigious U.S. Capitol Classics in Washington, D.C.

McEnroe Brothers Makes Their Annual Trip to Amagansett

Tennis Hall of Famer John McEnroe will be joined by his brother, Patrick McEnroe, as well as other all-time tennis greats.

Sailors Remember Roden and Look Toward the Future

From Sag Harbor to English Harbour, the synergy between a pair of sailing communities 1,700 miles apart was on full display in Noyac Bay over the weekend.

A Conversation With Eric Bramoff

Eric Bramoff, the athletic director for the Sag Harbor School District, sat down with The Express to discuss the changing dynamic of sports on the East End and his excitement for upcoming homecoming festivities.

Hampton Lifeguards Blast Through Virginia Beach

Beach flags is a specialty among lifeguards from the Hamptons Lifeguard Association, which sent nearly 100 members to Virginia Beach last week to once again flex their muscles at the annual United States Lifesaving Association National Championships.

Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge Moves Forward Despite Loss of Leader

The Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge, which awards its winner with the largest amateur sailing prize on the East Coast, will move forward in the waters off Sag Harbor this Saturday despite the loss of Roden, who passed away on August 11 after a sudden battle with cancer.

Junior Lifeguards Flex Their Muscles at Ponquogue Beach

The Town of Southampton Parks and Recreation Department hosted its annual Junior Lifeguard Tournament at Ponquogue Beach in Hampton Bays on Sunday, August 5.

America’s Cup Yachts Return to Breakwater

Sailors from the Manhattan Yacht Club pulled into Sag Harbor on August 1 with a pair of 12-meter yachts to compete in the Breakwater Yacht Club’s weekly Wednesday Night Sailing Series.

Gleeson Steps Down as Co-GM of Sag Harbor Whalers

Tom Gleeson, the co-general manager and director of development for the Sag Harbor Whalers of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League, has decided to step down.

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