Tom Jicha grew up in New York City and worked with John Pricci at the short-lived revival of the New York Daily Mirror. Tom moved to Miami in 1972 for a position in the sports department at the now defunct Miami News.
Tom became the TV critic in 1980 and moved to the South Florida Sun Sentinel in 1988. All the while he has kept his hand in sports, including horse racing. He has covered two Super Bowls, a World Series and the Breeders’ Cup at Gulfstream Park.
He’s been the Sun Sentinel’s horse racing writer since 2007 as a staff member, and continues to this day as a free-lancer.
Maximum Security gets a final opportunity in the Cigar Mile Saturday to lock down what should have been his months ago. A victory will eradicate