Archery Qualifier Yields Record
51 points of a possible 54,
he established a world record in the event's "Speed Challenge" station, by breaking all four of its targets in 21.38 seconds.
Features and Columns
Reno-Tahoe to host 2003 Great Outdoor Games
"The World's Biggest Little City" and its alpine neighbor will be home to the Games' fourth campaign, July 10-13.
Funky flows, finicky trout for Fly Fish competition
Throw the element of a "home field" advantage out the window at this summer's GOG Fly Fishing competition.
Grigsby looking for more "Providence" in '03
Angler hopes to parlay '02 Games win into '03 success.
McMurray and Pepper train to 'retrieve' gold in 2003
The Little Rock, Ark., duo won the bronze in 2002. Now they want to improve on the color of the medal.
Super Retriever Series: The dog days of fall
Fangsrud and Ninja... quite a pair.
Stihl TimberSports Championship final
Wynyard takes the title but not the way he anticipated
Stihl TimberSport Series, Oshkosh final
Jason Wynyard is back on top of the lumberjack world
Hayword Lumberjack World Championships final
GO Games medalists continue their domination
Andrews wins casting event
Experience ruled the day in the fly casting events as gusty winds tested the nerves of competitors.
Final: Fischer Boom Runs to gold
Fischer didn't just stay dry, he ran as if on a sidewalk instead of eight logs tethered end-to-end.
Final: Erdmann three-peats in Women's Boom Run
"I was hoping I could do it this year," Erdmann said, "but in the Boom Run, you never know what's going to happen."
Final: Duffy, Fischer hit it off for gold in Mixed Boom
Taylor Duffy stuck to a simple strategy in her boom run. Was it conservative? Surely. Timid? A little.
Final: Hewitt threepeat's in Springboard
In a limberjack version of David versus Goliath, the 160-pound axeman out-chopped a man nearly twice his size.
Shelties, border collies take gold at Agility Dog finals
Described as the sport for all dogs, the Agility Trials wrapped up in gold medal style on Sunday.
Dogs weave way to gold
It's mind-boggling that a dog can weave like greased lightning through a tight maze of obstacles in under 30 seconds.
Dueling Randys ends in Hendrix's Archery bull's eye
Competing for the gold were two Randys 2001 gold medalist Randy Hendrix of Clemons, N.C., and 2001 fourth-place finisher Randy Ulmer of Cave Creek, Ariz. In the end, Hendrix would prevail.
Shaw Grigsby lands Bass Fishing gold
Was it irony or was it expertise that led Shaw Grigsby to a gold medal at the ESPN Great Outdoor Games' Bass Fishing competition?
Little Morgan leaps into Big Air record book
Little Morgan blew away the field with a world record jump of 26 feet, 6 inches in a gold medal Big Air performance Saturday.
Bush beats the unbeatable for Endurance gold
Matt Bush did the impossible, beat the unbeatable as he tripped and slipped his way to the gold medal in the Men's Endurance.
Rubber match for gold in Women's Endurance
For spectators watching the Women's Endurance finals, the contest seemed to be a rubber match between past gold medalists.
Sullivan goes worst to first in Hot Saw
For a guy who just barely got started, Mike Sullivan made a fantastic exit.
Hudson weaves focus, adaptability into Log Roll gold
A wiry, nimble roller, he seemed able to quickly turn defense into offense with footwork he called "unique to myself" and a mental game that he spent the last year honing by entering every competition he could along the West Coast.
Bosworth collects her third gold in Women's Log Roll
Training against men is a challenge for Tina Bosworth. Winning her third straight gold medal in Women's Log Rolling was another story.
Erickson finds gold in an unlikely spot in One Fish
As a result of finishing next to last in flycasting, he got the least favorite fishing area for the medal event.
Retriever Ticket is, indeed, golden
Not by a length, not by a nose, but a single breath of air separated the gold and silver medalists in the Retriever Trial
Miculek repeats gold medal Rifle win over Koenig
The defending gold medalist saved his best for last.
Hot-shooting Purser grabs Shotgun gold
Hot-shooting Purser grabs gold
Bartow win's second straight Speed Climbing
After repeatedly scaling a 65-foot pole and cascading down, he was taken aside by a medical staffer with a pair of tweezers.
Team Clarke takes Timber Team Relay
Dion Lane and Arden Cogar Jr. led the team to increasingly faster times.
Stewart takes Tree Topping gold despite controversy
During the semis, the judges determined that a clinging shard was within the rules, and allowed Stewart to advance.
Day 4 wrap-up from the Games
Wisconsin claims state bragging rights with the most medals.