Vai Sikahema
Vai Sikahema is the Sports Director and Anchor for NBC10 Philadelphia. He is a two-time All-Pro, two-time Emmy Award winner and was a member of BYU's 1984 National Championship team.

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The whining of American journalists over accommodations, venues, transportation, food, tight security, and stray dogs, quite frankly, makes me sick.
The Olympics is still the greatest event on the planet — not just "sports event" — greatest GLOBAL event. Bigger than the Super Bowl, World Cup, World Series or NBA Finals.
Todd Christensen was an extraordinary athlete, yet he was like all of us. Complicated and simple. Vain and compassionate. Intelligent and irreverent. Passionate and indifferent. Faithful and rebellious. A Couga...
Rich Daniels isn’t Jewish but he’s spent the last 40 years wandering the wilderness. A spiritual wilderness. Now, he’s back. You might say, gathered back. Like the harvest.
Elder Taufa lost his life at age 20 in a foreign country where he voluntarily went to serve, on a roof he was trying to fix so he and his fellow missionaries might have some relief from the elements.
My dear mother, Ruby Sikahema, passed away peacefully in her sleep last month after a long battle with diabetes. Her funeral was held in Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 13. The following are my remarks made a...
There's a popular public service announcement I see fairly regularly on every network and cable channel that draws my attention, only because of the oddity of its message given our current condition as a societ...
Whenever BYU plays on Thursday nights, which lately seems quite often, my sports staff knows it's a matter of great importance.
"Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of sports — the thrill of victory, and the agony of defeat — the human drama of athletic competition."
Jim McMahon is on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week for the seventh time in his life