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 ...
With its fresh new Mummies theme, The Monster Dash 10k, 5k will kick off spooky holiday themed races around the state at 3pm in Downtown Louisville, CO. A kids race will follow at 4pm.The 5k will be on a fl...
The Six Pack Winter Series kicks off January 11. The series was designed with a progressively longer distance each week to build on early season fitness. Challenging for both the seasoned and beginner runner the Six Pack Series, is a great way to check your fitness progression through the winter.
In 1975, Mo Siegel — Celestial Seasonings Tea Company founder — backed a stage race and called it the Red Zinger. It was a three-day event that included the North Boulder Park criterium, a venue that soon b...
New for the 2012 race, the Cherry Creek Sneak is now offering a 10 mile course boasting beautiful views of Denver exploring the historic Cherry Creek North neighborhoods and a great turn through one of Denver's classic parks, Cheeseman Park. Map Included
The Boulder/Denver area no longer has a shortage of running clubs in the area. Whether you are a serious club team, affiliated with a running store, or just a bunch of friends who like to run together, this is your chance to show your colors and possibly walk away with some serious bragging rights.
It's back....this great historic bike race with added running criterium too. Don't miss the podium boys and girls....and champagne. A historic bike race, the North Boulder Park Classic to be held on Sunday July 10th, adds a new twist to this year's event: Colorado's first criterium style running race. This new one of a kind high speed, high stakes race looks to bring a whole new level of excitement to the local road racing scene.
The Boulder 3 Race Series highlights events around Boulder County with some nice prizes. Each of the events is independent. They each have their own community feel, organizers and beneficiaries, but have joined together to promote each other and offer prizes for the series, in addition to the prizes at the individual races. Come out and try some new and different events.
Even after a mild first two months of Colorado weather, Coloradan's still will look forward to perfect weather for racing in March. Spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of events this month to get you started in the right direction for a happy and healthy 2011.
Thanksgiving is a time for bringing family and friends together, sharing in what we are thankful for. This will be my first time in 15 years I will not be in Colorado to run with friends and my peers. Luckily Thankgiving Day races can be enjoyed in almost every community.