Frank Angst has covered sports for nearly 20 years and has earned numerous awards for his writing.
Angst lives in Lexington, Kentucky where he covers horse racing for the Thoroughbred Times, where he has been recognized several times by American Horse Publications, including a first place award for a story written in 2005.
While working for the Portsmouth Daily Times, Angst covered the Cincinnati Bengals. He covered Marshall University football and basketball while writing for the Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette. In 2008, Angst completed a children’s book on Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson.
Besides his sports writing career, Angst also has coached track and field and football at the high school and junior high school levels. Angst played football and competed for the track and field team at Butler University.
From Frank Angst:
I’ve always enjoyed sports, as a participant, fan, coach, and a sports writer. I started playing football at age five and continued into college. I picked up track in high school. Somewhere along the line, I also found I enjoyed writing. In high school I was pretty sure I’d be a sports writer.
While it can be hard work, I’ve enjoyed so many unique experiences. Some of my favorite sporting contests? I covered a Marshall team that rallied from a 30-point halftime deficit to win the 2001 GMAC Bowl 64-61 in double overtime against East Carolina. In horse racing, the Kentucky Derby is always a highlight, as well as the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.
I love the many stories in horse racing and look forward to finding, and telling, the next one.
With this site, I hope to point you toward a career you enjoy as much as I enjoy mine.