Sports Production Gallery

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Aug 15, 2012 A quick look into the life of a skater in Cambridge, and the difficulties he faces. Noah Chisholm & Evan Harris, SMI 2012. more
Aug 15, 2012 A narrative short about Parkour (urban gymnastics) and doing what you want to do. Emmet Vorspan-Stein, SMI 2012 more
Aug 15, 2012 A video poem inspired by Eric Thomas's speech "How bad do you want it" by Noah Chisholm. SMI 2012 more
May 19, 2012 by Sarah Cortes - 237 bikes and riders set off from Kendall Square in the annual Cambridge Bicycle Committee tour today. Under sunny warm skies, the ride covered 14 miles and 31 points of interest related to Science and Innovation in Cambridge. Dubbed the "String Theory" Ride, its organizers, including John Goodman and his fellow committee members regaled cyclists with arcane points of science,... more
May 15, 2012 Ladies, The Women’s Only Swim class has been finalized! Classes will start Wednesdays 8a-9a June 6-July 11 (no July 4th class) at Alumni Teaching Pool with Sarah Dorman as the instructor. The second section will be July 25-August 22 on Wednesdays 8a-9a at Alumni Teaching Pool. The cost for each session is $45 for members, $90 for non-members. Alumni Pool is located at 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge... more
May 9, 2012 The Boston Portuguese Festival and the Azorean Maritime Heritage Society are hosting its 7th Annual Azorean Whale Boat Regatta at the MIT Pierce Boathouse, on Sunday, June 03, 2012. The annual regatta, one of the most celebrated events of the Boston Portuguese Festival, is back this year with more crews competing and a great program. Races will begin at 1pm and spectators can root for their local... more
Jan 25, 2012 Cambridge Pop Warner is currently looking to fill board member positions. Please email your resume and letter of interest to You can also visit us at more
Dec 6, 2011 The Story of the history cambridge high school track and field will be uncovered in early 2012 with indepth, up close and personal in a 4 part series featuring interviews with; Former coaches Frank McCarthy and Bob Maguire. current coaches Jahmal Prince and Scott Coady (& Jesse Coady, a true legacy) And various alumni track team members of various years. more
Nov 2, 2011 Photo: C. H. Holbrow Runners line up for the start of Sunday’s 3rd Annual Superhero Hallowe’en 5K Run/Walk.  Front row, l. to r.: the Teenage Schoolwork Sentinels team, award-winners in the Fantastic Four category – Stephen Reilly 254, Jordan Chabot 255, Scott Kaplan 257, and Tyler Kaufman 256 of Sharon, MA. Next to them are Steve Masterson 9590 of Allston (as Lorenzo, the Ninja Turtle); John... more
Oct 28, 2011 WHAT: Halloween Super Heroes 5K Run/WalkWHERE: Tudor and Sidney streets, Cambridge Central SquareWHEN: 10 a.m., Sunday, October 30 Photo: The ThunderCats were among the runners at last year's Halloween Superhero 5K Run/Walk. Photo by Jonathan Hinkle) It’s time again to get your mighty on! The Third Annual Superhero 5 K Run/Walk, a Have2Run Production, starts at 10 a.m. Sunday, October 30 in... more
Oct 23, 2011 This weekend marks the 47th gathering of the Head of the Charles Regatta. According to the event's official webpage,, "since 1965, rowers have come from far and near to the banks of the Charles River to take part in the world's largest regatta." Some of Cambridge's best and brightest joined the competition this year. Log onto for information on the competition and draw... more
Aug 12, 2011 This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television. Latest stories Saul Tannenbaum reports on the post-Women's World Cup resurgence of Women's Professional Soccer and our local team's placement in the playoffs: "Boston Breakers Playoff Hopes Rest on Final Game." Upcoming Cambridge Events... more
Aug 8, 2011 When the Boston Breakers took the field at Harvard Stadium Saturday night to take on the visiting magicJack, the best and the worst of Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) was on display. In front of a season-high crowd of 7188, magicJack defeated Boston 2-0, clinching a playoff berth. Boston's playoff hopes hang in the balance, with next Sunday's game against Sky Blue FC determining which of those... more
Aug 5, 2011 This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television. Latest stories Sarah Cortes interviews Egyptian woman's squash coach following their recent world championship win [w/VIDEO]: "Egyptian Team Wins 5th World Squash Championship at Harvard." Mary Holbrow covers a recent event in the Summer... more
Aug 2, 2011 This is another installment to the Play for After School Smiles Genre. Today we are learning how to play Sumo. Watch the video to learn more! Also, feel free to comment here or at our new website at more
Aug 1, 2011 by Sarah Cortes - The Egyptian Women's junior squash team narrowly edged out the US team to win its fifth world championship title Saturday. In a tiebreaking team final, Egyptian Nouran el Torky took the first match from American Sabrina Sobhy, 3-0. However, in the second of three matches, former World junior individual champion Amanda Sobhy prevailed over new 2011 World junior individual... more
Jul 30, 2011 by Sarah Cortes - Behind 2011 Women's World Jr Squash Champion Nour el Tayeb, 18, who won in Cambridge Monday night, stands an Egyptian junior women's team, trainers, personal coaches, club coaches, club sparring partners and parents. Standing out amongst the village it takes to make a champion, Egyptian National coach Amir Wagih leads the team. With a record twenty world team championship wins... more
Jul 29, 2011 This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television. Latest stories Siobhan Bredin highlights some of what to expect at the upcoming Cambridge Discovery Days: "Aug 6 and 13 – Discover (or learn more about) Cambridge History" Sarah Cortes covers the Women's World Junior Squash Championships which... more
Jul 27, 2011 by Sarah Cortes - She was cut off from the rest of the world in the last days of the Egyptian revolution this winter, along with the rest of her countrymen, when the government took down the internet. Still, Nour el Tayeb, 18, and the Egyptian junior women's squash team managed to continue training and preparing for tournaments like the Women's World Junior Squash Championships currently taking... more
Jul 12, 2011 The Cambridge Community Center is developing a genre of games called P.A.S.S. games or Play for After School Smiles. This video shows the game crazy tag and is part of an instructional video series for games played in an after school or summer camp setting. more