More than a decade of work by city leaders, cycling advocates and others was rewarded this week when the League of American Bicyclists recognized Chattanooga as a Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Community.
Sometimes a major improvement is just too hard to believe, particularly when technology adds some cold hard numbers.
Backpacking always has challenges. After all, everything that is needed has to be carried, and the balance between necessity and weight is a tough one.
A few signs along Interstate 24 and Highway 72 in Marion County need to be updated.
Chattanoogans Mike Jenkins and Hunt Gilliland will reprise their 2013 roles as captains in the Tennessee Challenge Cup Matches this Saturday and Sunday at Stonehenge Golf Club at Fairfield Glade near Crossville
Some of the top collegiate anglers in the Southeast will be heading to the Chattanooga area next week to battle for a spot in next year's FLW College Fishing National Championship.
The dreams of playing on the PGA Tour resume this week for several Chattanooga-based golfers who are headed to the first round of Web.com Tour Qualifying School today in Johns Creek, Ga.
Oliver Simonsen and Katherine Holmes know the tradition associated with Baylor golf and state championships. They know the school wins them.
Johnson wins TPC regular division against fellow high schooler
There's something about championships that bring out emotion in athletes.
Dylan Lillard hated his first round of the Class AAA state tournament on Tuesday.
It takes skill, luck and success to earn an invitation to the Chattanooga TPC Finals.
Volunteers again will be combing the banks of the Tennessee River and its tributaries Saturday in the annual Tennessee River Rescue.
Injuries while training to compete in triathlons unfortunately are common, but Mike Biddle of Ooltewah has an injury story from the lead-in to Sunday's Ironman Chattanooga that's hard to top.
Kip Henley is quite a character.
Sunday was a day of firsts in Chattanooga. The city hosted its first-ever Ironman Chattanooga, with about 2,400 people taking on the 2.4-mile swim, 116-mile bike and 26.2-mile race throughout the city and Walker County in North Georgia.