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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.
While perhaps less talented than other Columbia Amateur Softball Association teams, the Eskimo Brothers embrace brotherhood over a cold beer and a fun game of softball.
Several current and former Missouri athletes are competing at the U.S. Olympic track and field and swimming trials.
The Show-Me State Games are still accepting entries for its July competition in Columbia.
Hickman alumnus and former Missouri golfer Nick Wilson won the 2012 Missouri Amateur Golf Championship match-play championship by two holes on Sunday.
For the second straight year, Pat "Deep Dish" Bertoletti took home Major League Eating's boneless wing eating championship. He devoured 6.75 pounds of wings in 10 minutes in Saturday's contest at the Isle of Capri Casino in Boonville.
The Mid-Missouri Radio Control Association offers a cheap alternative for those who have always wanted to fulfill their dreams of soaring through the sky.
Dan Frost and Dave Wier won the championship flight and senior flight at the golf tournament.
Six barbershops fielded teams for a Father's Day basketball tournament at Douglass Park. The tournament's organizers hope this kind of community activity can help revamp the park's image.
Providing animals for rodeos isn't as simple as loading up cows in a semi and then driving to the event. Choosing which animals to send to each rodeo is a complicated process.
Matthew Jordan-Garr, 16, is competing in three events at the Missouri High School Rodeo Finals this weekend at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Jordan-Garr hopes to compete once he gets to college and eventually turn pro.
Team roping is considerably tougher than just solo roping. There are many more factors that go into the event.
High school riders face serious dangers every time they hop on the back of a bull, but they say the adrenaline rush makes the dangers and injuries worthwhile.
Brooke Wright, 16, from Bolivar, and Madeline Cuppy, 15, from Atlanta, Mo., are the contestants in this year's queen competition at the Missouri High School Rodeo Finals.
For Brooke Wright, losing her small bay brown horse, Skoal, was one of the most heart-wrenching things that happened in her life.
Ashton Glascock is hoping to win her second state title at this week’s 2012 Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals.
The Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals kick off at the Boone County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The event is open to the public.
Participants completed their first rounds of match play. The tournament continues this weekend at Lake of the Woods Golf Course.
Senior runners competed Saturday in the Missouri State Senior Games 5,000-meter road race and race walk.