After covering the American sports scene for 15 years, Chuck Culpepper suffered from a profound case of Common Sportswriter Malaise. He was fed up with self-righteous proclamations, steroid scandals, and the deluge of in-your-face PR that saturated the NFL, the NBA, and MLB. Then in 2006, he moved to London and discovered a new and baffling world - the renowned Premiership soccer league. Culpepper pledged his loyalty to Portsmouth, a gutsy, small-market team at the bottom of the standings. As he puts it, “It was like childhood, with beer.”
"Not for americans"
"Muslim Female Athletes Find Sport So Essential They Compete While Covered" is from the July 30, 2016 Sports section of The Washington Post. It was written by Chuck Culpepper and narrated by Jill Melancon.
"Andy Murray Defeats Milos Raonic to Win His Second Wimbledon Title" is from the July 10, 2016 Sports section of The Washington Post. It was written by Chuck Culpepper and narrated by Sam Scholl.