The Missouri 4-H Shooting Team won the national 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational in Kerryville, Texas.
Columbia's Jason Zoellers skateboarded as a teenager and returned to the sport as an adult. He says skateboarding has influenced his life in many ways, and that he can't help but love the sport he continues to pursue.
Mike Mudd of the Central Missouri Dart Association says Columbia is right in the middle of a darts hotbed in the Midwest.
The Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals give the Chasteen brothers a chance to compete against each other with friendly sibling rivalry, while still strengthening their brotherly bond.
Jeremy Kempker finished third in calf roping in Saturday's Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals. Kempker plans to pursue calf roping professionally instead of going to college.
Victoria Meyer of Moscow Mills says competing in high school rodeo has taught her to be persistant, which helped her in Thursday night's events at the Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals.
Senior athletes from across the region spent the weekend competing at the Show-Me State Senior Games.
Bowling duo roll into their third year of competition together in the 2010 Missouri State Senior Games.
Pickleball was one of the many events during the Missouri State Senior Games. Missouri Ambassador Skip Deming said pickleball is great because it appeals to people of all ages.
Organizers canceled Missouri's bicycling event this year after the state tourism commission declined to provide funding.
Stan Kroenke of Columbia is trying to purchase the remaining 60 percent share of the St. Louis Rams. However, NFL rules prohibit cross-ownership, and Kroenke already owns the NBA's Denver Nuggets and the NHL's Colorado Avalanche.
St. Louis has emerged as a finalist to host the NCAA Division I men's hockey championship in either 2013 or 2014.
The Harrisonville native caught a 2-pound, 4-ounce black bullhead.
Billionaire Stan Kroenke of Columbia has decided to exercise his matching rights and try to purchase the remaining 60 percent share of the St. Louis Rams.
The inaugural class of the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame will be honored in a display in the Scottrade Center.
John Coomer of Kansas is seeking more than $25,000 for an incident in September when he was hit in the eye with a hot dog thrown by the team mascot. He says it caused a detached retina and the development of cataracts in his left eye.
Two-time American Olympian Ryan Lochte is the most recognized athlete at the Missouri Grand Prix. But his good-humored nature is what makes him memorable among those in the swimming world.
The event features a strong roster of international competitors, giving swimmers the chance to go against the best in the world.