Section: Sports - Outdoors

Chattanooga Area Swim League's Bill Caulkins City Meet results (with slideshow)

Published Jul. 13 2014

Girls

Signal Mountain's Porters known for breaststroke success

Published Jul. 12 2014

The clutter inside a garage can tell you a lot about the folks who live inside the house. From muddy...

Hangstefers to help U.S. at Champions Club

Published Jul. 12 2014

Three members of the Hangstefer family from Signal Mountain will help lead the United States deaf tennis contingent in the...

Metro taking Brainerd back to its Ross roots

Published Jul. 11 2014

An email from a friend startled Richard Keene and almost made him cry.

Chattanooga Football Club Academy girls begin national Presidents Cup play

Published Jul. 10 2014

The Chattanooga Football Club Academy under-14 girls set a goal to be playing in nationals when the soccer club season...

SORBA mountain bike race on Raccoon Mountain cut to 1 day

Published Jul. 10 2014

The dog days of summer have forced some changes to this weekend's mountain bike race, which is part of a...

Bluff Trail reopened to public and other sports news

Published Jul. 4 2014

The segment of the Bluff Trail on Lookout Mountain that has been closed since Feb. 10 because of a washout...

Learn to Row course ready to resume at the William G. Raoul Rowing Center

Published Jul. 3 2014

Another set of Learn to Row classes begins Monday at the William G. Raoul Rowing Center, and spots remain.

Chattanooga Waterfront Triathlon has 1,000-plus registered

Published Jun. 26 2014

In all the excitement over the Ironman triathlon's Chattanooga debut on the last Sunday of this September, perhaps some people...

Paddling clinics free on Saturday

Published Jun. 19 2014

Interested in the mushrooming water activity of standup paddleboarding but not sure how to get into it?

Cautious Wheeler hangs onto BASSfest lead

Published Jun. 15 2014

Keeping fish alive a Bassmaster priority

Keeping fish alive a Bassmaster priority

Published Jun. 15 2014

Cautious Wheeler hangs onto BASSfest lead

UTC duo wins college fishing tourney on Watts Bar Lake

Published Jun. 14 2014

DAYTON, Tenn. - University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior Lance Geren is a Tennessee Volunteers fan when football season comes...

Dandridge teen leads second-chance qualifiers at BASSfest competition on Chickamauga Lake

Published Jun. 14 2014

Skylar Hamilton didn't get off to the the start he wanted in the first two days of the Bassmaster BASSfest...

Wheeler has almost 7-pound BASSfest lead

Published Jun. 13 2014

DAYTON, Tenn. - The second day of BASSfest on Lake Chickamauga was kind to some and unkind to others.

Golf coach Guhne learns from day in water: Iaconelli leads after first round of BASSFest in Dayton

Published Jun. 12 2014

Golfers hate being in the water when they're on the course.

Area anglers can go to school Friday at Bassmaster University

Published Jun. 12 2014

While the focus of the first two days of BASSfest in Dayton, Tenn., is focused on the pro anglers out...

Dayton hosting high school state fishing tournament

Published May. 29 2014

More than 100 two-student teams are expected in Dayton this Saturday for the Tennessee high school fishing tournament.

Thunder Rock 100 trail race 'an instant classic'

Published May. 22 2014

For a first-time event of such magnitude, the Thunder Rock 100 trail race last weekend went remarkably well, even with...

Workers tackle West Chickamauga Creek logjam near Camp Jordan Park this weekend

Published May. 15 2014

Tree-service workers and experienced volunteers will tackle a formidable obstacle on West Chickamauga Creek near Camp Jordan Park this weekend.

Chattanooga Football Club embraces daunting test

Published May. 14 2014

Luke Winter, Thomas Halsell and the Chattanooga Football Club were able to answer some questions about their team in the...

Chattanooga Football Club hosting pros in U.S. Open Cup match

Published May. 13 2014

The Chattanooga Football Club men's soccer team got the 2014 season off to a good start this past Saturday with...

Bridge work part of amazing Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park

Published May. 1 2014

Dig, clear, carry, measure, saw, cut, hammer, hike, explore - it's all part of completing Tennessee's 53rd state park.