Effort to Re-Ignite St. Louis Olympic Spirit UnveiledSt. Louis Sports Commission hopes it will attract more national and international events.
Next Month's 'Musial Awards' Will Honor The Greatest Stories In SportsFor more than 15 years, St. Louis has hosted the "the most meaningful and inspiring night in sports."
Two NCAA Championships Come to St. Louis This WeekendSports fans in St. Louis have no excuse to be bored this weekend - The region is hosting two NCAA championships.
The Sports Hub: Frank Viverito; Doug Elgin
Weekend Basketball Could Boost St. Louis' Final Four HopesIf St. Louis plays its cards right, it might have a chance to host one of the NCAA Final Four Competitions.
Eight NCAA Championships to be Held in St. LouisThe St. Louis area will host eight NCAA championship events between 2015 and 2018, inducing division I and II wrestling tournaments, two women's gymnastics championships, two women's bowling championships and a Women's Frozen Four.
Voices of St. Louis: Sunday, October 6, 2013This week's edition of "Voices of St. Louis"eatured Kathy Federico, president of the Mid-America Chevy Dealers, Frank Viverito, president of the St. Louis Sports Commission, Lenell Hahn, director of admissions at SEMO and Dr. Catherine Appleton of Siteman Cancer Center.
Sports on a Sunday: John Rooney, Frank Viverito & John MozeliakIn this edition, Ron Jacober spoke with Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney, STL Sports Commission prez Frank Viverito, Cardinals GM John Mozeliak and more.
Big Recognition For STL Sports Commission Local agency picked by its peers as tops in the nation for 2013.
St. Louis Ready for Olympic Swimming Trials BidSt. Louis will find out tomorrow if the stars of the Olympics will make a stop here on their way to Rio in 2016.
Sports on a Sunday: John Mozeliak, Kevin Demoff & Jonathan PeterlinThe Cardinals finally begin the season, the Rams finally introduced Jake Long & Ron got a report on Wichita State, who shocked the college basketball world.
Sports Commission Praises Governor's Signature of Tax IncentivesUnder the plan, $5 of each ticket sold would be placed the pocket of event sponsors.