Jordyn Wieber officially opened the Games after receiving the torch from last year's top male and female athletes. Events will occur both this weekend and next.
Saturday's track meet at Rock Bridge High School was part of a successful season for the Blue Thunder Track Club, but the team had to persevere through two tragedies to get to this point in the season.
More than 300 athletes between the ages of 7 and 18 are expected to compete Saturday at Rock Bridge High School.
At a Missouri Conservation Department sponsored youth hunt, young hunters went looking for squirrels but came up empty.
The two-day football camp is part of the ProCamp program and focuses on the fundamentals of football.
The former Missouri basketball player now plays for the Detroit Pistons.
Some youth sports leagues are requiring parents to sign codes of conduct or recite pledges before games, promising in front of their children that they'll behave.
Former Tigers standout DeMarre Carroll has found success in the NBA. However, his aspirations go beyond the game.
Summer T-ball games provide diversion for both players and parents.
The youth football community fears for the safety of children, but it also fears for the survival of the game. How exactly do you make football safer without changing the game?
Former Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin led a group of other former Tigers players in a weekend of activities that benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Columbia and Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home.
Are you especially proud of your first-time little-leaguer? Do you have words of public thanks for a dedicated coach? Help us tell your stories.
Missourian reader Jen Lee Reeves shares her story about her 7-year-old daughter, Jordan, winning the Women's Intersport Network for Columbia Inspiration Award.
Daniel Boone Little League offers the chance to play baseball and softball for children and teenagers.
Two girls softball teams faced off Monday at Cosmopolitan Park.
Children participated in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick program Saturday morning at Cosmopolitan Park. Parents and children enjoyed the annual football event.
Operators of gymnastics facilities expect fall enrollment to jump after a Summer Olympic Games when the sport gets the most media attention and attracts newcomers.
The Columbia Gators 11 and under baseball team took the gold in the Show Me Games on Sunday, July 29.
Despite running for only six months, 14-year-old Johnathon Swymeler won gold and silver medals at Saturday's Show-Me State Games.
Jordon Geiser, 11, won a battle with large B cell lymphoma to return to the sports he loves.