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Sandi Nypaver, trail running stud joins rabbit

Sandi Nypaver Hops onto rabbit Team

Santa Barbara, California — Spreading some extra holiday joy to running fans everywhere, rabbit announced today that Sandi Nypaver is the newest addition to their RADrabbitPRO team. Nypaver, whose passion for trail running has its roots in the wilds of Alaska, took a circuitous route

Emma Coburn and Shalaya Kipp in the 3k Steeplechase Olympic Trials

Emma Coburn changes coaches post Olympic Bronze

Just months after winning the Bronze Medal in the steeplechase in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Emma Coburn announced that she will be leaving her longtime coach of Mark Wetmore during her next training cycle. She announced it over twitter on Friday, Dec 2: I have some

Broomfield XC Earns Wildcard Bid for NXN Nationals

The Broomfield High School Girls Cross Country team earned the Wildcard bid for Nike Cross Nationals (NXN) held at the Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland, Oregon on Saturday December 3. Twenty teams from eight regions across the country, along with 45 top individuals will be competing at NXN. The top two

Sage Canaday Black Canyon 100K

Canaday, Bracy, Grauch named as Trail Runners of the Year

Boulder area runners Sage Canaday, Addie Bracy, and Chris Grauch were named in the 2016 USATF Runners of the Year by the Mountain/Ultra/Trail running (MUT) council of long distance running. Canaday and Grauch were named as the Men’s Open and Men’s Master runners in the Sub-Ultra Trail category,

Sara Slattery at the 2016 Bolder Boulder

Slattery, Castaneda inducted into CU Hall of Fame

Former Buff running standouts, Sara (Gorton) Slattery (2000-05) and Ted Castaneda (1972-74) were included in the Class of 2016 University of Colorado Athletic Hall of Fame for their achievements while attending the University of Colorado. Sara Slattery Slattery compiled one of the most impressive women’s cross country and track

Boulder Road Runners take gold in Tulsa 15k

Boulder Road Runners Poised to Repeat USATF Grand Prix Champs

After 8 of 9 races in the 2016 USATF Grand Prix Series, the Boulder Road Runners 60+ Men’s team is tied with Cal Coast Track Club of Southern California. BRR is the defending champions in the division after their win in 2015. That victory wasn’t decided until the last race of the series at the National Club Cross-Country Championship in San Francisco last December. Once it again it will come down to the final race to determine the winner of the division this year with both teams currently tied at 480 points.

A Call for Positive Change as The Clean Sport Collective Launches

“United together for honesty, integrity and transparency in sport.” Clean Sport Collective is a community of powerful voices comprised of athletes, brands, events, clubs, fans and public to support the pursuit of clean sport and athletics through the absence of performance enhancing drugs. The program

Chapman Drive Boulder

Chapman Drive reopens

The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department today reopened the entire length of Chapman Drive after completing a six-month flood-recovery project to repair the popular trail. OSMP’s repairs along Chapman Drive fixed major trail erosion that was sustained during the September 2013 floods. The

Fortitude 10k in Fort Collins on Labor Day

Inaugural FORTitude 10K Labor Day Classic in FoCo Announced

FORT COLLINS, COLO. (September 7, 2016) – Fort Collins will welcome a new tradition and christen a new stadium with the inaugural running of the Fortitude 10K Labor Day Classic on Sept. 4, 2017. The race is a collaboration among organizers of the renowned BolderBOULDER,

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

The Sewing Room by Skirt Sports launches

Skirt Sports Launches The Sewing Room

Women’s Fitness Apparel Brand Creates First-Ever Fitness-focused Crowd Design & Funding Concept Skirt Sports is making a huge move in the women’s fitness apparel world with the launch of “The Sewing Room,” an interactive crowd design section of its website with a goal of including