Brendan O'Meara
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Brendan O'Meara covers a wide range of sports, but focuses much of his energies on horse racing. He's the author of "Six Weeks in Saratoga: How Three-Year-Old Filly Rachel Alexandra Beat the Boys and Became Horse of the Year" (SUNY Press, 2011).

O'Meara's work has appeared in The Good Men Project, The Blood-Horse, Horse Race Insider.com and Trail Runner Magazine.

He wrote a 10-year retrospective on Smarty Jones for Horse Race Insider.com and is working on a memoir about his father and baseball titled "The Last Championship".

Follow him on Twitter http://twitter.com/BrendanOMeara and hang out at his website http://brendanomeara.com

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  • jim omalley posted 74 days ago

    jim omalley

    i wonder do you have a favorite in the upcommeing race

  • nathan oliva posted 82 days ago

    nathan oliva

    Not to pile on, and while I appreciate the Pit being mentioned as a loud venue, it has been officially recorded as louder than any of the arenas you mentioned, varying in the 118 to 125 range. I have been to a few big games nationally, and I never came out deafened for hours, which used to be a regular occurrence at the Pit. (I no longer live there, and would probably wear plugs, at this stage in my life) Also, photos of the Pit are easily available that aren't at least 4 years old. It looks nothing like that now.

  • adam ant posted 83 days ago

    adam  ant

    Syracuse, NY is not western upstate. If you look at a map its in the center of NY, that is why it is Central NY.

  • Wasif Munir posted 203 days ago

    Wasif Munir

    Dear Brendan, in your recent article titled 'Will French Always Elude Djokovic?' you have mentioned that in 2009 Robin Soderling beat Nadal in the semi-finals of Roland Garros. This is not correct since he beat Nadal in the 4th round of the tournament that year. Nice article otherwise!

  • Nancy Miller posted 322 days ago

    Nancy Miller

    Brendan, you have a serious factual error in your figure skating coverage. Plushenko did NOT win the men's short program in the team event. He came in 2nd to a brilliant Japanese skater! Get your facts straight please!