Just six weeks off her marathon debut, finishing as the first American in the New York City Marathon, Boulder Track Club‘s Laura Thweatt headed to the other coast in San Francisco hoping to capture the title at the USATF Cross Country Club Championships for the
Over 260 people came out to support the Community Food Share 5k Turkey Trot dealing with an unusually snowy Thanksgiving morning. The event is always a fun family event and this year did not disappoint despite the snow. Runners donated 400 pounds of food and
“Let’s go! Time to get tough. Dig, it’s racing time!” George Zack yells at runners from Broomfield High School as they pass by him on the third and final lap of the 4.5-kilometer course at Valmont Bike Park. Ten area high schools came out on
The start of the Open Womens 8k race at the USATF Cross Country National Championships held Feb 7, 2015 at the Flatirons Golf Course in Boulder, CO. The top 6 women vying for a spot on Team USA for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships
This weekend the University of Colorado track & field team hosted the Jerry Quiller Classic at Potts Field. The meet kicked off the outdoor season for the Buffaloes. The running events started Friday night with the Men’s 10k under brisk weather. Colorado’s Pierce Murphy and
Despite the snow Boulder received just a few days prior, warm temperatures and dry ground looked to make it a perfect day for running the Fast and Flurry-ous Cross Country race on Sunday January 26. But to keep it interesting, the westerly winds kicked up to
The Chevron Houston Marathon was held this weekend in conjunction with the USA Half Marathon Championships. Many of Boulder’s elite traveled south to be a part of the championships. As race favorite Olympian Meb Keflezighi took the win in 1:01:23, Englewood’s Aaron Braun took second just 15
The 2013 ColderBoulder was earned its name again this year with the coldest race to date recording temperatures from -5° to 5° at race starts. Photos and results
Cloudy skies and rain earlier in the day set up cooler weather for the West End 3k, kicking off the Boulder Downtown Race Series. The series had moved up in dates from previous years and just happened coincide on National Running Day on June 5. Over 230 men,
The competition in the citizen’s race was as hot as the temperatures on Monday morning for the 35th running of the BolderBoulder. Despite always being the deepest competitive race in the state, this year held true to form, perhaps due to the club team competition
After going out too fast in last year’s Dick’s Sporting Goods BolderBOULDER 10K and leading her unsuspecting teammates into early oxygen debt and a third-place team finish, Renee Metivier-Baillie vowed to run smarter this year. That she and her teammates, Amy Hastings and Magdalena Lewy Boulet, did on this cloudy Memorial Day, placing second in the 2011 International Team Challenge.
Fiona Docherty and Jason Hartman each controlled Saturday’s Fast and Flurry-ous 4-miler cross country race Saturday at Harlow Platts Park in South Boulder.
With cool temperatures and sunny skies, the first Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon & 1/2 Marathon crowned two past Rock ‘n’ Roll champions in the men’s and women’s marathons. Recent U.S. Citizen Mike Aish won the men’s marathon on Sunday morning, completing the 26.2-mile course in 2 hours, 30 minutes, 37 seconds.
Two area races, Twin Peaks Rotary XC Challenge and the RMRR Trophy Series along with Colorado runners participating in World Run Day