Parsec Time & Distance on Pearl St. reached full capacity with the audience seated and intrigued at the film 5,000m: Nothing Comes Easy glowing on a high-def flat-screen perfectly suited to show former CU National Champion Adam Goucher’s strained war lines across his forehead and
This article originally was posted in 2006 by By P. J. Christman, Author of the book, The Purple Runner. Back somewhere in the Boulder Ice Age, perhaps 1993, Conrad Truedson and I decided that it would be good to have a cross country course upon which interested
Tucked in the backdrop of Boulder’s majestic Flatirons, the larger than life-size bronze sculpture of Sir Roger Bannister evokes just as much awe. In 1954, 25-year-old Bannister was the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes. Found in the corner of
At this year’s 28th BolderBOULDER 10k road race, runners of all ages and skill levels are being challenged to beat their age. In order to “Beat Your Age” participants must complete the 10k in a time less than their age on race day. Runners that
The second North American Central American Caribbean Mountain Running Championships will be held on Saturday, June 4 as part of the Gore-Tex USA 10 km National Trail Championships in Vail, Colorado. At the inaugural NACAC event in 2004 held at Vail Colorado’s Teva Vail HillClimb,
In last week’s Boston Marathon, Alan Culpepper finished fourth in the best performance by an American male at Boston since Dave Gordon’s fourth place in 1987. In 2002 Alan tied Alberto Salazaar’s American best for a marathon debut. He won the Olympic Trials and competed in Athens with a very respectable 12th place overall finish. Boston marked Alan’s fourth competition in the marathon.
This article was originally published in March of 2005. Have you seen a great image of someone running through an iconic Boulder landscape, and thinking to yourself, “I want to run there!” Chances are that image came from the lens of Phil Mislinski. Mislinski is