Sports

Sydney Sexton with her gold metals.

Sydney Sexton is Swimming to Win. Woodbury athlete participates in 2022 Special Olympics USA Games.

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For the Klein family, recovery is the most important part of a workout routine.

working out in a gym

Joining a gym is great for your health and we are all aware that we should try to be a bit more active as we age. Not only does a gym membership make it easier and more enjoyable to exercise, but, if you need more motivation, you waill also find it at the gym.

Through a fun and supportive environment, boys and girls in grades 5–11 have the chance to progress their skills during the spring and summer seasons.

ONE NEW BASKETBALL LEAGUE, Opportunity Basketball, is committed to developing better players, teammates and decision makers. Through a fun and supportive environment, boys and girls in grades 5–11 have the chance to progress their skills during the spring and summer seasons.

Holding fish caught while ice fishing.

With a motto that aptly states, “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” well, we all know just how important those glistening and gleaming bodies of water are to us in the bold north. We swim in them, we boat on them, we picnic around them, we catch fish in them.

A dog leaps to catch a ball.

Canine sports are a great way to give your dog a sense of purpose and a job.

Mike Lewis, owner of 3P Boxing 24/7, punches a punching bag.

Woodbury resident and family man Mike Lewis started boxing to stay out of trouble. He never thought he’d coach a boxing champion and open his own boxing studio.

Meet Woobury's summer softball adult league teams. 

To have your event considered send date, time, location and contact information to [email protected].

Four curling brooms and a stone at the St. Croix Curling Center

If you’ve always wanted to try curling but didn’t know where to begin, check out the St. Croix Curling Center at St. Mary’s Point Hockey Arena.

The Minnesota Thunder Academy U17 team at the Gothia World Youth Cup

Woodbury soccer players take home the trophy at Sweden’s Gothia Cup.

The East Metro Miracle League provides an opportunity to play baseball for kids ages 3 to 18 with cognitive and/or physical special needs. The integrated teams play on the specially designed Miracle Field at HealthEast Sports Center, and players are matched as needed with a volunteer buddy.

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