Cot Campbell is described as one of the most well-known and respected people in the racing industry. He passed away on Saturday, Oct. 27 at the age of 91.
Phares Parsons, his grandson and his great grandson all qualified and raced in the USA BMX Gold Cup Finals. They are the first family in the history of USA BMX to do so.
The 25th Annual Border Bash gave fans from both sides a chance to start talking smack a little early, while also enjoying a live concert and more. Our FOX 54’s Shaquille Lord joins us live in the Commons.
The T.W. Josey High School softball team has brand new equipment and uniforms, after their head coach won them a grant. The nonprofit, Pitch In Softball, donated thousands of dollars worth of gear to the lady Eagles on Aug. 29.
Two Augusta sisters are on their way to a doubles tennis championship match after beating out the number one seeded team in Macon. Aleynah and Arien Thomas stood proudly with their coaches from MACH Academy after the win.
The Augusta 706ers, the city’s new ABA basketball team, unveiled the team’s new logo Friday, Apr. 20. Augusta Professional Sports, LLC worked with Doug Harris Creative Rooster Design to design the new logo.
If you’ve been paying attention to the golf, you would know Patrick Reed is this year’s Masters Tournament champion. But he was a part of a national championship team right here in Augusta. Our FOX 54’s Shaquille Lord joins us live from the Summerville Campus with more.
It’s a different Masters experience when Tiger Woods is playing. There’s a buzz in the air and everyone wants to see how the legendary golfer will perform. FOX 54’s Jake Rakoci tagged along in Tiger’s gallery.
Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley announced groundbreaking news for women’s golf at the “State of the Masters”. Women will now have a chance to compete on the course in the newly announced Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
Thursday’s Honorary Starters ceremony was an emotional moment for golf fans. “The King” Arnold Palmer’s presence was missed as Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player took the first shots. Arnold Palmer died this past September at the age of eighty-seven.
The Par 3 Tournament saw no shortage of fans this year. This rich tradition is meant to be a stress reliever for these golfers on the eve of the most competitive tournaments of the year.
FOX 54 a chance to catch up with Tiger after the practice round. He answered questions about how his injury has impacted his outlook on his career and the stiff competition that’s at this year’s tournament.
Augusta’s new basketball team finally has a name: the 706ers. Augusta Professional Sports, LLC has been working to bring an American Basketball Association franchise to Augusta and held a contest to name the team.
KEVIN HARVICK STARTS 2018 NASCAR SEASON WITH 3 STRAIGHT WINS. Doug Allan, Spirit of Racing, Fox 54 Avondale, Ariz. – What goes around, comes around. After a week of social media slamming, controversy and penalties, Kevin Harvick slammed the lid on any naysayers. Harvick beat Kyle Busch for the win by.744 seconds to win his third straight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race of the 2018. After winning Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500 at ISM Raceway, Harvick …
The Augusta GreenJackets have announced the very first game to be played at the still-under-construction SRP Park. On Tuesday, April 10, Clemson University will host the University of Georgia for the park’s inaugural event.
The 14th annual Augusta International Raceway Preservation Society Racers Reunion will be held Friday, Sept. 15 and Saturday, Sept. 16. Events start Friday night at 6 p.m. with the Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony. Price per ticket is $20.
Augusta National Golf Club and Masters Tournament Chairman Billy Payne has announced his retirement. He will continue to serve in his current position until October 16, when he will be succeeded by Fred Ridley, the current Competition Committees Chairman for the Masters Tournament.
It looked like the GreenJackets were on their way to sweeping the Fireflies, but instead they fell in extra innings at Lake Olmstead Stadium on Sunday night.
The GreenJackets continued their recent dominance against the Fireflies by beating them in both games of a doubleheader on Saturday at Lake Olmstead Stadium. Augusta is now on a three-game winning streak and is 8-2 in their last ten games against Columbia.
The GreenJackets offense came up big on Thursday night, as they beat the Fireflies 10-4 in Columbia. Augusta’s win ended their 3-game losing streak.
The GreenJackets lost the first game of their Homestand to the Shorebirds 3-1. Delmarva held Augusta to just one run on four hits at Lake Olmstead Stadium on Wednesday night.
The 31st Augusta Southern Nationals has been canceled. Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing, the sanctioning body for the Augusta Southern Nationals, has canceled half of the remaining races in the 2017 season, including the one here in Augusta.
The GreenJackets lost 7-1 to the Asheville Tourists on Monday night. Augusta hoped to even the 4-game series, but lost the final game of their homestand at Lake Olmstead Stadium.
The Augusta GreenJackets dropped the final game of their Homestand on Thursday night. The West Virginia Power beat them 6-5 at Lake Olmstead Stadium.
For the third night in a row, the Augusta GreenJackets have had to cancel their game due to inclement weather, canceling their three-game series against the West Virginia Power. GreenJackets officials say the games will not be made up.
Due to the threat of severe weather from Hurricane Matthew, several schools in the CSRA are rescheduling football games planned for later in the week.
It’s Friday night and that means football teams everywhere are going head to head to advance through the season and tonight, Shaquille Lord went out to T.W. Josey High School to watch the Spartans take on the Eagles.
Some employees from Savannah River Nuclear Solutions recently stepped up to the plate for Buddy Baseball, a volunteer-run baseball league in Aiken for special needs children.
Eight golfers – four boys and four girls – were crowned as champions of the second annual Drive, Chip Putt National Finals held Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club.
Eighty junior golfers representing 30 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces have earned an invitation to Augusta National Golf Club to compete in the second annual Drive, Chip and Putt Championship National Finals on April 5, 2015 prior to the start of the Masters Tournament.
More than 100 amateur golfers will compete in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Australia Oct. 23-26. The winner will get an invitation to play in the 2015 Masters Tournament.
The University of South Carolina Aiken softball team split a pair of games against rival GRU Augusta Tuesday, winning by a 3-0 count in the opener before falling by the same score in the nightcap.
In a game for the ages, the No. 5 University of South Carolina Aiken men’s basketball team came up just short in the 86-83 loss to West Liberty in the national semifinal Thursday evening.
The No. 5 University of South Carolina Aiken men’s basketball team led from start to finish en route to an 84-73 victory over third-seeded Montevallo Tuesday evening to earn a spot in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight.
With final permitting and zoning approved, Atlanta Motorsports Park (AMP) broke ground and moves closer to motorsports enthusiasts taking the green flag. The 152-acre world class driving facility, which is being created with the “green” objective of reducing our carbon footprint, will feature a 2-mile road course with nearly 120 feet of elevation changes designed by the famed Formula 1 racing circuit architect Hermann Tilke.