Editor of the Morning Mix Education: University of Missouri, B.A. in Journalism Tim Elfrink joined The Washington Post in 2018 as editor of Morning Mix. He spent a decade at the Miami New Times, where he worked as a staff writer and then managing editor. He won a George Polk Award and was a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting for his stories exposing the Biogenesis steroid ring, which led to a record number of suspensions in Major League Baseball. He's also the co-author of Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez and the Quest to End the Steroid Era, a book about the saga. A St. Louis native, Elfrink graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and started his career at the Omaha World-Herald. Honors & Awards:
Sigma Delta Chi Award for excellence, Society of Professional Journalists, 2018
Best American Sports Writing, 2017
George Polk Award, 2013
Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, Finalist, 2013
Books by Tim Elfrink:
Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez and the Quest to End the Steroid Era
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