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Three thousand runners took to the mud Sunday afternoon for a 5K race at the Midway Travel Plaza. Only 600 participated in the 2011 race.
MU student Steven Mankofsky will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for completing a marathon in a suit this Labor Day.
The Bruins won five games in two days to start their season undefeated.
Professional bull rider Matt Dunsmore competed in Ashland's Cattlemen Days Rodeo.
Maine native Brad Krog returned to this year's Missouri River 340 after racing with his wife last year. At this year's race, Krog's wife served as his ground crew, following him from checkpoint to checkpoint.
Former MU golfer and Hickman High School graduate Nick Wilson finished nine under par to win the Missouri Open on Saturday.
The games have emergency medical personnel from MU Health Care on hand to manage heat-related illnesses and other injuries.
Members of Columbia's United State Bowling Congress Association have hosted leagues and volunteered at the past 20 Show-Me State Games competitions in an effort to spread the game they love to a younger generation.
Pat Carl and her grandson, Aidan Liu, competed in the Mother/Son 12 and under division at Sunday's Show-Me State Games. The pair hoped to improve on last year's performance.
Adam Morrison, from Columbia, is the first Missourian to hold a world title in disc golf.
The Show-Me State Games began with an opening ceremony held at the Hearnes Center on Friday.
The games, which begin this weekend in Columbia, are expected to host about 26,000 athletes from all ends of Missouri.
Columbia bowfishers Robert Guy, Jeff Thompson, Nathan Sizemore and Neil Gunn share their experience about bowfishing in mid-Missouri.
The Show Me Mounted Shooters, a Central Missouri-based club, practices regularly at The Flying 45 Ranch in Harrisburg.
The Columbia Dart Association has seen a decrease in membership since its beginning in the 1970s, but that isn't stopping current members from enjoying the "lifetime sport."
Todd Donoho works from home, which happens to be about 1,750 miles from the Los Angeles radio stations he's broadcast on.
At age 4, Justin Smith dreamed of becoming a professional bull rider. Now 16, he will compete July 15-21 in the National High School Rodeo Finals.
With temperatures exceeding 100 degrees, disc golfers at this weekend's 28th Mid-America Open Disc Golf Tournament at Indian Hills Park and Albert-Oakland Park had to deal with more than the usual obstacles of trees and branches.
Dan Hickey and his group enjoy geocaching, a modern-day treasure hunt that uses GPS units, the Internet and nature.
By transforming into their alter egos as members of the team, the CoMo Derby Dames are allowed to show parts of their personality that are deemed unacceptable outside the rink.