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J’den Cox wins bronze medal at wrestling World Championships

Former Mizzou wrestler and Olympic medalist J’den Cox goes 4-1 at Senior World Championships in Paris.

J’den Cox to stay on as assistant wrestling coach for Missouri after he graduates

Cox will wrestle for the Missouri Wrestling Federation while serving as an assistant coach.

Through strength and perseverance, J’den Cox shows why he is Missouri’s best

Cox’s resume includes three national championships and an Olympic bronze medal.

Missouri wrestling’s season ends with elation for Cox, disappointment for others

J’den Cox became the first wrestler in Missouri history to win three national championships in a career.

J’den Cox leads Mizzou to its sixth consecutive conference championship

Cox becomes the second wrestler in program history to win four conference championships.

Preview: J’den Cox, Missouri wrestling look to make some noise at the MAC Championships

The team has won six straight conference titles, including five straight MAC Championships.

Missouri wrestling secures only three wins in conference-title loss to UNI

Missouri wrestler J’den Cox: “I’m cool with wins and losses, and those things are going to happen, but I didn’t feel any fight [today] and that hurt for me as a person, as a senior, as a teammate.”

Missouri wrestling just misses upset, falls to No. 1 Oklahoma State 20-16

The Tigers saw impressive efforts across the board, but fell to 9-3 on the season.

Mizzou wrestling defeats Central Michigan at home

Mizzou stayed perfect in the MAC, dismantling CMU 24-8.

No. 5 Missouri wrestling falls on the road to No. 4 Ohio State, 30-9

The meet was the first in collegiate wrestling history to feature two Olympic medalists

Three takeaways from Mizzou wrestling’s annual Black and Gold matches

The meet was the first step in Mizzou wrestling’s highly anticipated season.

Music, faith and family: Who is J’den Cox off the wrestling mat?

Cox: “I am who I am because I have a heart to do what’s right and to do good and be the best that I can be.”

2008 Mizzou Olympian Ben Askren discusses J’den Cox’s Olympic showing

Askren was a two-time NCAA Champion at Missouri.

When you can catch Mizzou’s Olympians on TV

Missouri’s swimmers kick off the events, and J’den Cox will close out the games.

News and Notes: Nate Strong, Melanie Crow highlight Mizzou Athletics updates

A look at updates from around Missouri sports.

Missouri wrestler J’Den Cox seeking gold at Summer Olympics

Cox: “Go out, do your best, have fun and wrestle. I’m not going there to try and take third.”

Top 5: Sports moments of the year

From national champions to emotional wins, Mizzou sports fans had plenty to cheer about.

Cox heads to Mongolia, sets sights on Olympics

J’Den Cox: “I’ve done so much and gone through so much, and I knew I could really accomplish this goal if I tried and put my heart into it.”

J’den Cox learns from semifinal loss, has fun winning second championship

Cathy Cox: “One of the big differences between last year and this year in wrestling is that J’den had fun all year long.”

Le'Roy Barnes relishes one last opportunity with Missouri wrestling

On Jan. 8, Barnes made his debut at 157 pounds in front of a home crowd.