Whether it's pondering Moose McNuggets at the McDonald's in Norway or chasing Lance Armstrong up some mountaintop in France, Gil LeBreton has been entertaining Star-Telegram readers for nearly 30 years. He's covered 21 Super Bowls, 14 Olympic Games (summer and winter), saw Muhammad Ali box, Paul Newman drive a race car and Prince Albert try to steer a bobsled. Gil also once briefly held the WBC Junior Welterweight title belt -- he had to, because the guy he was interviewing, champ Bruce Curry, had to suddenly step into the men's room.

E-mail: glebreton@star-telegram.com

Disobedient Cowboys run right into trouble

| |Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014

Why won’t these guys ever listen to the head coach?

Jerry in July: Undaunted as always as Cowboys open camp

| |Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014

Undefeated and unashamed, Owner Jones waxes optimistically.

World Cup lessons should translate for U.S.

| |Sunday, Jul. 13, 2014

Klinsmann-made German team showed the soccer blueprint.

Cuban showing shark-like timing on Parsons deal

| |Thursday, Jul. 10, 2014

Clock is ticking for Rockets, and Mavs owner knows it.

Rangers to AL West: Look out below!

| |Wednesday, Jul. 09, 2014

After another loss to the Astros, Rangers need to watch their heads.

This isn’t the time to trade All-Star Beltre

| |Sunday, Jul. 06, 2014

The Rangers need to keep their future Hall of Famers, especially one who can lead them through their crossroads.

Mavericks have no choice but to wait on stars

| |Sunday, Jul. 06, 2014

Whenever LeBron calls (or doesn’t), it’s on to Plan B.

U.S. is soccer’s version of Rocky, and that’s not so bad

| |Tuesday, Jul. 01, 2014

But until the Americans can find elite midfielders, they’ll only have a puncher’s chance.

Rangers are going to need a major pitching makeover

| |Saturday, Jun. 28, 2014

Injuries have made next year’s Texas staff a question mark.

U.S. team survived Germany’s best

| |Thursday, Jun. 26, 2014

Despite the odds and payrolls, the Yanks have kept soldiering on.