The elite fields for the inaugural Mile High Mile, to be held Thursday August 16 at the historic CU Pott’s Field, are shaping up to make for an exciting set of races that will get everyone’s hearts pumping. Witness elite athletes dig deep for speed
3100: Run and Become, a new documentary about endurance, enlightenment, why we run, and the world’s longest ultramarathon. What would you do to transform your life? How far would you go to change yourself? Would you drive, would you fly, would you run? These are the
Montoya and Llamas break the tape at the Inaugural Mile High Mile Maggie Montoya of Roots Running Project lead the elite field of 18 women from the gun, quickly escaping the small patch of light at the start and finish line, into the curve only
Aisha Praught-Leer and training partner Emma Coburn, both Olympian steeplechasers, are in the midst of 80-mile training weeks as they prepare for the Aug. 31 Diamond League Championships in Brussels, where both will run the steeplechase. Wednesday evening, Leer took a break to win the
In the aftermath of 2016 Summer Olympics, Boulder felt a surge of new talent in the bubble, athletes looking for something fresh in their next training cycle. Among those, were five athletes who came together to form the Tinman Elite. Start with CU standout Morgan
Fourth of July races are one of the year’s most popular of race holidays. There were multiple races from all around the state of Colorado from the Mile to the Half Marathon distance. Here are a few photos and results from local races in Boulder,
Olympian turned coach Cathy Butler, was one of the many local area coaches supporting their runners on the track and being honored by the Boulder Road Runners at Olympic Day celebration on June 21, 2018.
Mark your calendars as the downtown Summer series is returning again in 2018 with a few notable changes. The West End 3k returns On Thursday July 12th the “Pasta Jays” West End 3K will return back to the popular 3K distance, which was last held in 2013, and will
Eric LiPuma claimed victory over a close lead pack at the 2018 USATF 50K Road Championships in Long Island’s Caumsett State Park, on Sunday, March 4. The Boulder runner broke the tape in a finishing time of 3 hours, 3 minutes, and 50 seconds, to win his first-ever national championship title.
Starting as early as Thursday, March 1, the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will begin repair work along the Foothills South Trail. To help expedite the completion of these repairs, the trail will be closed from Four Mile Creek south to
Friday evening’s distance events at the CU Invitational kicked off with the men’s seeded mile and a strong promise to nip at the elusive sub 4 mark on Colorado soil. Ben Saarel and Zach Perrin pushed the pace as the crowd roared each time they
The Boulder Road Runners Men’s 60-69 team won the 2017 USA Track & Field Masters Grand Prix National Championship race series title. The team won a gold medal in each of five races they competed in during the nine race series. A BRR team composed of Kyle Hubbart,
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department today completed trail repairs near the South Mesa Trailhead, ending weekday closures at the popular access point and nearby paths. The completion of repairs along the Mesa Trail and Shadow Canyon South trail now restores
The 2017 edition of the ColderBOLDER 5k didn’t quite live up to its namesake with temperatures rising into the mid-50s by the time the open wave ran at 9:50 am. But it proved to be ideal conditions as just over 1,800 runners competed in the
National Turkey Trot participation rises while two key races in Boulder County disappear. According to a study by Running USA, national Turkey Trot race participation is on the rise. Year-over-year growth of Thanksgiving Day races grew 14%, with 726 organized races and 961,882 finisher staking place in