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Local runners hit high miles in low temps

Many of the area’s local Olympic Marathon qualifiers have headed to training camps in warmer weather for the remainder of the month to put in their final preparations for the US Olympic Marathon Trials in Los Angeles next month. Meanwhile local runners fought freezing temperatures

Louisville’s David Clark featured in Runners World

David Clark of Louisville, CO has been featured in the online pages of Runner’s World as one of seven dramatic weight-loss stories. Runner’s World originally learned about his story after his Quad Boston effort in April (running 104.8 miles along the marathon course back and forth, twice) for The Superman Project,

#MileProject – The Range of Aaron Braun

Fort Collins’ Aaron Braun is a runner you may not have heard much of before, but he epitomizes the working post-collegiate runners trying to make a living at the sport, and he has some range. This past May the Adams State alum competed in his

Twenty four hours of Sanitas Adam St Pierre

Twenty-four Hours of Sanitas – Just for Fun

BY PETER JONES If you have ever known a runner, then you will understand when I say that runners are a funny lot. When they are injured or have not gotten in their daily run, they are often the grumps of the group. However, if

Boulder Runner and Leo Manzano

#MileProject – A few moments with Leo Manzano

Runners of all ages and talents towered around the 5’ 5” Olympic silver medalist hoping to have a few words or snap a selfie for their social feed. And while his accomplishments are huge, Leo Manzano was approachable and gracious at the HOKA ONE ONE

Sara Slattery wins the 2006 Bolder Boulder

Slattery’s Win Leads U.S. Women To Bolder Boulder Victory

Sara Slattery has had several big races in her career, including the NCAA 3000 meter indoor and 10,000 meter outdoor titles at the University of Colorado, along with being part of the Buffaloes 2000 national championship team. Nothing, however, compares to her win Monday at