ST. LOUIS — Any win is exciting for the St. Louis Cardinals right now, no matter how it falls into their lap.
Sometimes pursuing one dream means putting another one on hold. That’s the story of MU track and field hepathlete Fiona Asigbee.
BOSTON — ESPN baseball analyst Peter Gammons was stricken with a brain aneurysm Tuesday morning and underwent surgery.
ST. LOUIS — Unlike his last start, there was no quit in C.C. Sabathia.
ST. LOUIS — The Cleveland Indians’ hottest pitcher helped them finally get off on the right foot.
BERLIN — Their ranks include a tax inspector, a tire salesman, even an airline pilot. Then they step on the soccer field and become referees.
Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc. will continue as the exclusive alcohol sponsor for the Super Bowl through 2012, and the world’s largest brewer is adding other sports to its long list of sponsorships.
Gripping the edge of the pool with one hand, 89-year-old Glenda Crites tucks her short curly hair under her swim cap in preparation for her final race in the Missouri State Senior Games.
DETROIT — This weekend, the Detroit Tigers drew more fans to Comerica Park for three consecutive games than they ever have in its seven-season history.
SONOMA, Calif. — Even for a guy who has won as many races as Jeff Gordon, Sunday’s victory at Infineon Raceway was like a life preserver to a drowning man.
Missouri postcollegian Fiona Asigbee finished third in the the women’s heptathlon at the USA Track & Field Championships in Indianapolis for the second-consecutive year.
It was 1950-something. Truman was in office, and a young boy walks down the street in St. Louis. The sirens are blasting and families made for their basements and shelters. The boy knew it was just another McCarthy-era air raid drill. He had other things on his mind.
With the warm morning sun beating down on them, the young triathletes shuffled their bare feet and eagerly waited to take a wet ride down the starting place, a winding water slide that jetted them into the water and the first event in the triathlon.
Skateboarding has an official holiday. In 2004, the International Association of Skateboard Companies set June 21 as a day for skateboarders to skip their obligations, go skateboarding and have fun. Mid-Missouri skateboard guru Shane Stander pushed the annual holiday to the weekend for Columbia this year.
Jose Cesteros, 74, sits on the bench next to the pole vault pit, watching mostly younger athletes in front of him take their practice vaults. He doesn’t take a turn, choosing to save his energy for the turns that count.
ST. LOUIS – Mike Anderson walks inside the Edward Jones corporate office building surrounded by fanfare the way a man enters a reception hall after his wedding.
Ripping off their shirts to reveal the letters USA colorfully painted on their chests, two MU students excitedly ran into TK Brothers Grill, keeping their eyes on the big screen TV as they quickly sat themselves at the nearest open table.
Millie Barnes sits in the driver’s seat of her golf cart and carefully looks over her scorecard. It’s still early in the tournament, but that’s not keeping her from staying concerned about her stroke count.
Missouri senior Neville Miller and postcollegian Derrick Peterson qualified for the finals in the 800-meter run on Thursday at the USA Track and Field Championships in Indianapolis.
The Missouri Senior State Games begin today with an 18-hole golf tournament, the first of 24 events to take place over the next four days. In its 12th year, the Senior Games will offer athletes a chance to compete in events such as bowling, swimming, basketball and horseshoes.