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CU Pack 12 champs 2016

Colorado XC Sweeps Pac 12 – again

For the second straight year, Colorado reigned supreme at the Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships, sweeping the team titles Friday morning at Randolph North Golf Course. The championship was the sixth straight title for the men’s team and the third overall title for

Strong Finishes at CU Shootout

BOULDER — Senior Erin Clark, running in her final home meet as Buff, set the Buffalo Ranch course on fire, completing her 5.8k race in under 20 minutes, finishing first with a time of 19:54. Redshirt freshman Joe Klecker came in second in the men’s

CU Buff Erin Clark

CU Buffs Host Rocky Mountain Shootout Saturday

The University of Colorado men’s and women’s cross country teams will host the 31st Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout on Saturday, October 1 at the Buffalo Ranch Cross Country Course on CU’s South Campus. For the eighth straight year, the Rocky Mountain Shootout will have two

2016 Boulder Backroads Marathon

Boulder Backroads Marathon, Half and 10k Results photos

While rain and snow plagued high altitude races this weekend, cooler temperatures made for ideal running conditions for the Boulder Backroads Marathon, Half-Marathon and 10k this morning at the Boulder Reservoir. The two-loop Boulder Backroads marathon course was covered in 3:06:51 by Oliver Cunningham of Denver,

Boulder Trail Running Festival Schedule Announced

This is one trail event you don’t have to train for.  The inaugural Trails in Motion Big Day Out Trail Running Festival will launch at the Foothills Community Park in North Boulder Saturday, September 10 at 3pm and run until 10pm that night. The late afternoon start

Chautauqua trail damage Boulder Flood

OSMP Trail Closures this Fall for Flood Repairs

Open Space and Mountain Parks to begin major flood-repair work in the coming weeks The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department this fall will begin two large projects to repair the Chautauqua Trail and trail sections south of the National Center

Boulder Trail Running Festival – Films lineup

Endurance, personal discovery, adventure, community, even conservation are central to the theme of the 2016 Trails In Motion 4 line up. Each film offers new insight into why people choose to run, showcasing some of the planet’s most breathtaking trail running destinations in the process.

Stryd Power Meter shoe clip

Improve running effeciency with new Stryd power device

Exercise physiology research demonstrates that running 10% more efficiently (economically) can cut 5k time by almost half a minute. Until now, efficiency couldn’t be measured outside the laboratory, so runners trying to improve it were flying blind. On August 24 Stryd will announce an unprecedented

Pearl Izumi Fun Run Pi day 3.14

Pearl Izumi steps out of running category

Louisville, Colo. (Aug. 18, 2016) – Over 60 years ago, Pearl Izumi founder and cyclist Kinji Shimizu redefined cycling apparel by researching new fabrics and immersing himself in studying the body in motion on a bike. His obsession to perfect performance cycling apparel began to

Jenny Simpson wins Bronze at the RIO Olympics

Jenny Simpson Claims Bronze in Olympic 1,500

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Former Colorado star Jenny Simpson became the second Buff in two days to claim an Olympic bronze medal, putting on a terrific finishing kick over the last 200 meters Tuesday night to finish third in the 1,500-meter final. Simpson, who

Emma Coburn wins Bronze and runs American Record

Coburn Wins Olympic Bronze, Sets American Record

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Very few Olympians get to leave the games with a medal around their neck, but Colorado’s very own Emma Coburn will leave as one of the elite after earning the bronze medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase Monday morning. In addition

Best Colorado Trail Races

Local trail races are as varied as the beautiful Colorado landscape. They can cover service roads, dirt paths, single track, rugged and technical trail, to full out scrambling. And they can take place from your local neighborhood to mountain towns to high up along some of

McCandless, Arendt lead the Eldorado Run for the Cure

Late summer storm clouds and mild rain did not deter runners for supporting the 39th year in the running of the Eldorado Run for the Cure 4 mile, one of the longer running races in the Boulder area. The four mile out and back course starts nestled among the

Joe Gray wins Trail 30k Champs

Gray, Roche crowned 30km Trail champions

Colorado Springs, CO — Conditions were cool with temperatures in the low 60s under overcast skies at the 7 AM start of the USATF 30km Trail Championships in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Saturday, July 30. Hosted by Mad Moose Events as part of the Pikes Peak