Newton Running Opens Flagship Store on Pearl Street

Posted on07. Mar, 2015

The bright iconic colors of Newton Running shoes will fit right into the equally colorful tulips of Downtown Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall this Spring it has now opened its flagship store at 1222 Pearl Street, bringing with it a unique culture and engaging consumer experience to Pearl Street. Extremely proud of its Boulder roots it only makes sense to […]

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Hurysz Breaks CU’s 9 Year Mile Record

Posted on15. Feb, 2015

SEATTLE — University of Colorado senior Jake Hurysz ran his first mile run in a Buffs’ uniform here Saturday at the Husky Classic and it is one he will remember for quite some time as he broke a nine-year-old CU record. Hurysz clocked in at 3 minutes, 58.18 seconds to take fifth in the top […]

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One World Running Supports Tribal Runners in Healing Run

Posted on18. Dec, 2014

On Saturday, November 29th Boulder non-profit One World Running distributed 300 pairs of new and near-new running shoes to Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal youth runners and supporters taking part in the annual Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run. Taking place over four days from November 29 thru December 3, the Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing […]

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Brunch Running Hiring City Manager in Boulder

Posted on30. Oct, 2014

“We run to have fun, French toast and mimosas.” bRUNch is a social group that loves to run and eat brunch. Each Sunday the group meets for a training run at a local restaurant offering both a five-kilometer and ten-kilometer runs each week. The fun continues back at the restaurant with the ultimate brunching experience and post-run […]

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An inside look into CU Men’s Track Shack

Posted on21. Oct, 2014

Fresh off a dominating win for the CU’s Men’s Cross Country team at Pre-Nats, Flotrack follows Senior Jake Hurysz around their “Track Shack” in Boulder to get a closer look at the day in the life of this championship team. Watch more videos on Flotrack

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Shoe drive benefits Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run

Posted on14. Oct, 2014

One World Running’s annual fall shoe drive is taking place Oct. 15 through Thanksgiving at local running stores. Shoes of any kind are accepted, as well as clean athletic gear such as running shorts, socks, shirts and outerwear. Safety vests are also   needed for the runners. This year’s drive is geared for the young […]

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NCAA Champs CU Buffs Host the Shootout this Saturday

Posted on01. Oct, 2014

The top ranked University of Colorado men’s cross country team will host the Rocky Mountain Shootout on CU’s South Campus at the Buffalo Ranch Cross Country Course this Saturday, October 4. The men’s 8-kilometer race is at 9 a.m. and the women’s 5.8k race will follow at 9:45 a.m. Parking and admission are free. The […]

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CU Cross Country starts Saturday Aug 30th

Posted on29. Aug, 2014

The University of Colorado cross country teams have consistently been one of the most dominate combined squads in the nation and this year the Buffs looks like they will remain that way with all of the talent returning to both men’s and women’s teams. Both of CU’s cross country programs are ranked in the USTFCCCA’s […]

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Newton Running Partners with FastForward Sports

Posted on26. Aug, 2014

Partnership brings together two Boulder-based companies that believe in helping runners achieve their full potential Coming off of a highly successful IRONMAN® Boulder activation, Newton Running® is proud to announce a partnership with Boulder-based FastForward Sports (F4).  With the launch of this partnership Newton Running will become the official shoe of F4 and will work with F4 […]

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Runners gather in support of a public track

Posted on28. Jun, 2014

Runners en mass came out on Thursday night to show support for a including a public ‘running surface’  in the  Valmont City Park Concept Plan. There are 500 acres of land still to be developed south of Valmont road and the hope is incorporate a mix of multi-use facilities. The run was organized by the Valmont .25 initiative as an […]

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Gregory Canyon access road closed to visitors during rebuilding

Posted on27. Jun, 2014

The Gregory Canyon access road, which is just west of Chautauqua, will be closed so Boulder County repair crews can stage heavy equipment needed in repairing flood damage on Flagstaff Road. OSMP will reopen the road when the county completes the rebuilding project in November. All trails leading out of the Gregory Canyon Trailhead will […]

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Volunteers join Boulder's OSMP for trail building on National Trail Day.

Volunteers help repair damaged trails on National Trails Day

Posted on27. Jun, 2014

Forty-Eight volunteers helped the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department improve the East Boulder-White Rock Rocks Trail on National Trails Day June 7. The volunteers shoveled and laid down 120 tons of crusher fines filling gullies on 2,080 feet of the East Boulder/White Rocks trail, which sustained significant damage during the September 2013 […]

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Laura Thweatt to run in first Women’s 2 mile at Prefontaine Classic

Posted on29. May, 2014

Boulder Track Club’s Laura Thweatt is on a roll.  It started around September last year with a top 10 at the US 20K, then 4th US Road 5K, a 3rd at the US Road 12K, the 3rd fastest split at the Ekiden Relays in Japan and then a win at the 2013 USATF National Club […]

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Kipp Defends Pac-12 Steeplechase Title

Posted on17. May, 2014

PULLMAN, Wash. – For the third time in the history of the Pac-12 Conference Track & Field Championships, the women’s 3000-meter steeplechase championship hardware will remain in Boulder as senior Shalaya Kipp defended the Buffaloes dominance with a winning time of 10:04.19, on day one of the conference championships at the Mooberry Track & Field […]

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Petition for public track at Valmont City Park

Posted on28. Apr, 2014

City of Boulder officials are seeking expressions of interest for the re-development of vacant land at Valmont Park. After 18 months updating the City of Boulder’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan, the city has embarked on its next major parks planning effort: updating the Valmont City Park Concept Plan. The City of Boulder Park and […]

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