Learn about the best athletes and teams in the Cincinnati area. The
winners in these categories were chosen by you, our readers, using our
online ballot. You've chosen champions in nearly 20 categories giving us
a breakdown of the best athletes, coaches and recreation locations in the city.
Cincinnatians love their sports, and we liberals down at CityBeat are no different. The following are some of the more noteworthy athletes, teams and media that help define the local sporting landscape.
Learn about the best athletes and teams in the Cincinnati area. The winners in this categories were chosen by you, our readers, using our online ballot. You've chosen champions in nearly 20 categories giving us a breakdown of the best gladiators and squadrons in our city.
Learn about our picks for everything from the best D-II Basketball Squad to best Voice of the BearCats. These great Cincinnati businesses were chosen by our staff of steroid-free, armchair quarterbacks.
We’ve gathered two of our most irritable journalists dedicated sports fans to debate the merits of two men much less instrumental to the team’s on-field success but who nevertheless play vital roles in the baseball viewing experience. At least on TV. Who will win out: Chris Welsh’s mustache or Jeff Brantley’s general demeanor.
Here's the windup and the pitch: CityBeat staff pick the best use of free agent money, Xavier's best basketball jammer, UC's best basketball senior, best semi-pro team with recognizable stars, best sports radio host and more.
April is the perfect time to assess Cincinnati's sports landscape. Not only does baseball begin in April, but the NFL draft takes place, leading to summer workouts and eventually training camp. College basketball practice begins during football season, then the regular season spans the winter months and brings us all the way back around to March Madness. So let's see where the city's five major sports programs stand.
After this month’s NFL
Draft, the University of
Cincinnati will officially
say goodbye to Connor Barwin, a
two-sport athlete whose arrival
and four-year career spanned the
basketball team’s difficult rebuilding process and the unlikely
resurgence of the school’s football program.