Eclipse Park was a series of three stadiums and though many aren't aware of what they meant to sport in Louisville today the memory of them still stands as an important chapter in the city.
Iceland has been for years now providing an opportunity for winter sports fun and continues to do so for area families.
The museum created from the Louisville Slugger annually welcomes tons of spectators and for good reason, as I look at in this Sports legends of the Ville landmark edition segment.
For the last few years countless people have converged at the Muhammad Ali Center- in this segment I take a closer look at the center as a whole.
Since moving into Davis Arena the OVW has established it as an important part of professional wrestling.
The Louisville Gardens was at one time the most important venue in the city of Louisville despite beginning life as an Armory.
Today the future of the Extreme Park is in the air a little but however for nearly ten years now it's called for bikers, skaters and the like in the region and the country.
Louisville Slugger Field has stood since 2000 as a proud statement to the baseball world- an extension of the most legendary equipment in modern athletic history.
One of the most prominent baseball stadiums in Louisville's baseball history has since been demolished but I'd like to take a little bit of time to remember our athletics history.
Professional golf seems to hinge around the mythological name of Valhalla in the city of Louisville today. But how did that happen?