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Dehydration, hot environment and humidity can be a dangerous mix, MU exercise expert says.
John Skelton, who just graduated from Boonville High School, got some help from 14-year-old Brett Windsor to defeat Ben Godwin, 41, and win the tournament Sunday in a playoff.
More than 50 years after it was first held, the annual Phil Cotton Golf Invitational still attracts the state's best amateurs each year.
Reid Meyer qualified for the championships after shooting a par round of 70.
Warm weather brought many Columbia residents to Douglass Park on Tuesday.
The All-American Red Heads, a barnstorming women's basketball team that was formed in 1936 in Missouri, is being honored next month at the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn.
Columbia billionaire Stan Kroenke, who owns the NFL's St. Louis Rams as well as teams in the NBA, NHL and MLS, secured a controlling stake in Arsenal that clears the way for him to become the fifth U.S. owner of a Premier Soccer League club.
When Christian Chapel Academy in Columbia needed a junior high boys basketball coach, I thought, “How hard can it be?”
As the school's athletics director, Chad Masters plans to gradually expand the school's sports, starting with football and girl's soccer.
Every Sunday, Colton Snyder and his fellow Falcon Tor members spar with each other in the live action role-playing game known as Amtgard.
Meet the new members of the Mizzou wheelchair basketball team. The six new members this season include the team's first international player, first female and first set of brothers. Hear how they came to the Mizzou wheelchair basketball team and their experiences on the team thus far.
The Black Cats, a club team from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, showed the team's passion for Ultimate Frisbee on Saturday at the Missouri Loves Company tournament, a 56-team event this weekend at Cosmopolitan Park.
The Columbia-based triathlon organization won its fifth Division I USAT national championship in eight years on Oct. 2 in Myrtle Beach, but still remains an underdog.
The Columbia Multisport Club won the Division I United States Association for Triathletes national championship last Saturday at Myrtle Beach, S.C.
More than 200 runners gathered Monday to compete on the hilly course of the Heart of America Marathon.
Golfers gathered Monday at Old Hawthorne to play for a good cause. Proceeds from the Family Health Center Golf Tournament benefited the community clinic, which provides health services to underserved families.
The grounds crew members of the Missouri River 340 provide their racers with vital items throughout the course. Most important is the moral support they give.
Racers are arriving at the first checkpoint of the Missouri River 340.
The Missouri River 340, a race for canoes and kayaks spanning 340 miles of the Missouri River, got off to a successful start Tuesday morning, though there were a handful of mishaps. One paddler was knocked out of the race when he was injured in the head by a leaping carp. Racers will be near Columbia early this morning.