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Get ready for the Bolder Boulder

Closing in on 100 days till the 32nd Annual Bolder Boulder, February means runners are gearing up to run in the 2nd largest 10k race in the US. Find out what it takes to qualify, join a group to train with, and find local qualifiers to get you seeded into the top waves.

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Hike: Fall in Love with the History of Marshall Mesa

On this valentines weekend, join Ranger Naturalist Kelly Idema for a scenic walking tour of this historic mining town. During a moderate 3-mile hike we will explore the amazing geology that directly influenced the creation of this tough, gritty, settlement in the mid 1800’s.

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Weekend Events Feb 5-7

Meet and run with Runner’s World Chief Running Officer Bart Yasso, get in some great group training or get a new sports bra just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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Subjects Needed for Uphill Running Study at CU

An experiment is being conducted in the Locomotion Lab on the CU Campus trying to understand how speed and incline affect the elastic energy return of the muscles and tendons. They are looking for males or females between the ages of 18-40 who can run a 5k in less than 20:00 minutes.

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Registration Open for Inaugural Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon & ½ Marathon

The Competitor Group (CGI) today announced that online registration has opened for the inaugural Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon and Half Marathon. The race, scheduled for Sunday, October 17, 2010, is expected to draw over 15,000 runners and will feature entertainment along every mile of the scenic course. The first 500 runners to register for the inaugural Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon & ½ Marathon can take advantage of special entry fees: $55 and $70, respectively.

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January Races + Events

If the first week of January is any indication, a long cold winter still remains. But don’t let that get in your way for starting off the year in the right direction. Use these races, clinics and running groups to keep you motivated and sharpen your skills for the upcoming race season.

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Upoming free clinic provides answers around barefoot running

BAREFOOT RUNNING?!?! What’s with all of the hype? Everyone’s talking about it. Your Mom’s reading “Born to Run”. You’ve seen it in the news like CNN and the NY Times. And now you’re actually witnessing barefoot runners heading down your street, on the cycling paths, up the gravel trails or even in local 5Ks. So, why do they do it? And how do they do it? Find out at a FREE Barefoot Running Clinic hosted by In-Step and presented by RunBare Company and discover answers to all of your questions…

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The Academy’s 1st Annual Resolution 5k Run/Walk

Bring your family and run or walk to kick off your New Year’s resolutions! Saturday, January 16, 2010 Race begins @ 11:00 am Check in/Registration @ 9:30 am $25 race fee includes race T-Shirt Start 2010 out right with a fun, family activity sure to

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One World Running Silent Auction

The 2009 One World Running Year in Review: Social Hour • Video Presentation • Silent Auction to benefit One World Running: an international program promoting an awareness of health, fitness and nutrition by providing running shoes to those in need around the world. Sunday Dec 13 from 3-7pm at the Millennium Harvest House,

Participants in the Colder Boulder finish in the Balch Fieldhouse

Colder Boulder 5k

You are the elite runner!

The 5K invitational races are based on 10K finish times in the 2009 DICK’S Sporting Goods BolderBOULDER in two minute increments from 38 to 62 minutes. For example, runners who ran the BolderBOULDER 10K in 44:00-45:59 are invited to that ColderBOLDER 5K race.

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Post Thanksgiving Fun Run » In-Step

In-Step is planning an After Thanksgiving Fun Run from the In-Step store to start at 9am on Friday, November 27th. The plan is to have a 5k distance starting and ending at in-step, followed by a 15 minute core class.

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Foam Roller Clinic: Solepepper

Learn foam roller techniques from qualified physical therapists at our free clinic. Foam rollers can be used to self-treat injuries such as ITB Syndrome, and for injury prevention and body maintenance.

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Turkey Trot Season

Turkey Trot season kicks off this weekend with 2 of the area’s highly competitive races. But, you don’t have to be competitive to join in the fun. Turkey Trot races are a great way to kick off a healthy start to the holiday season.

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TransRockies 101

Most people call it the best summer camp experience for adults. Come to a fun and inspiring talk at Fleet Feet about the 2010 TransRockies adventure races — the world’s most wild and rugged mountain bike or run stage race.