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Derrick Fogle is using the Internet to showcase the sport he's loved since he was 17-years-old. The MU systems administrator and father of two has held a record, been a world champion and is a member of the Footbag Hall of Fame.
Jimmie Johnson won the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship at Dover International Speedway to accelerate his bid for an unprecedented fourth straight Sprint Cup title.
The 10-race Chase for NASCAR's Sprint Cup Championship begins next weekend in New Hampshire.
A habitual conference leader, Columbia College dominated visiting Stephens, but both sides used the game as a learning experience.
Ryan Hauser won Columbia's Heart of America Marathon by 9 seconds. It was the first marathon the 28-year-old had ever entered.
Former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel completed 8 of 16 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown Thursday night in the Washington Redskins' preseason loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he also gave up a key fumble.
Melissa Hood of Columbia and her horse Watch This Way captured the reining title on Tuesday at the American Quarter Horse Association's Bayer Select World Championship Show in Amarillo, Texas.
Forrest Smith, a 73-year-old from Jefferson City, hit his second hole in one at Columbia Country Club on Thursday, on the same hole that he hit his first one.
The former Missouri quarterback hopes his performance earns him a spot on an NFL roster.
A 3-2 victory over a team from Nebraska advanced the Daniel Boone National team to Saturday's Midwest Regional Championship, where they will play a team from Iowa with a trip to the Little League World Series on the line. The game is set to be televised on ESPN.
The Columbia teen will enter her fourth year of competitive running when she joins the Hickman cross country team this fall. She got her start with the Columbia Colts youth track team in 2006.
Despite an 8-7 loss Wednesday night, the Daniel Boone Little League National team advanced to the semifinals of the Midwest Regional in Indianapolis. If it beats No. 1 seed Nebraska on Thursday afternoon, it will play Saturday for a chance to go to the Little League World Series.
The Twister Hockey League, the only hockey league in mid-Missouri, held its playoffs and championship tournament on the evening of Aug. 9 at the Whitney Briggs Memorial Arena.
After 340 miles and four days, the contestants of the Missouri River 340 reached the finish line to the sweet sound of applause.
The second round of the Columbia City Golf Championship featured harsh conditions. Many of the golfers complained of the effects of the wind, which gusted up to 25 mph.
Hof left the check point leading the women's solo division of the Missouri River 340, a trek for canoeists and kayakers that takes paddlers 340 miles down the Missouri River. It is a remarkable accomplishment for someone who only began paddling in June.
Hardeep Bhullar, the chairman of the Columbia City Golf Championship, has played in every tournament since the event began in 1975.
Race co-director Scott Mansker said the race, a 340-mile trek for canoeists and kayakers down the Missouri River to St. Charles, was delayed for the first time in its short four-year history.
Cami Ronchetto and Linda LaFontaine are two of the many racers participating in the Missouri River 340. Ronchetto has participated in a number of adventure races over the years, but this is her first time tackling the Missouri River competition.
A record-number of competitors will paddle down the Missouri River this week as part of the Missouri River 340. The grueling race presents physical and mental challenges to the participants during its four-day run.