Wasn’t MLS Cup just last week?
Long Story Short
As a teenager, backstroke champion Suzanne Zimmerman Edwards was part of a legendary group of swimmers at the Multnomah Athletic Club.
Help close the enthusiasm gap with a little (probably illegal) gambling.
The team hasn't worn green stripes since the minor league days.
On Saturday, December 8, the Timbers will face off against Atlanta United.
The Portland Diamond Project reached a significant land deal with the city for the Terminal 2 site on NW Front Ave. And the renderings include a mystery gondola.
Word of Mouth
Leather Storrs and Alec Morrison are nuts for Rip City.
2018 disappointed. Will 2019 be any better? Their season kicks off October 18.
We answer 16 questions Portlanders might have about the NWSL championship game.
The dreams go back decades. What if they actually came true?
At the Mexico City Olympics in 1968, Dick Fosbury changed the sport forever.
From summer swims to winter film fests, here's how to fill your calendar.
Portland Monthly Staff
With a final step atop Mount Hood on July 19, O’Brady conquered the highest peak in every American state in a mere 21 days—a world record.
Floyd Landis, who was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France medal, talks about healing with cannabis, doping, and the corrupt world of pro cycling.
In 1890, the Big Show came calling for a third baseman from Portland.
Nike designer and Toffee Club co-owner Pete Hoppins explains why football fashion is having a moment.
Team USA may be out of the World Cup, but Team Cascadia made a deep run.
Timbers stars and community activists will kick off in the Portland Social Change Cup, harnessing street soccer for good causes.
The United States men's team failed to qualify for the tournament for the first time since the 1980s. Here's how to find a new squad to get behind.
The Oregon Woman: Changing the Game
After enduring a violent sexual assault 20 years ago, the Portlander now travels the country, speaking to athletes and advocating for change.