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.
After a cold first two months of the year, Coloradan’s were quite pleased by the warm welcome of March. Spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of clinics, training groups, and races this month to get you started in the right direction for a happy and healthy 2010.
After a 2 year absence, Boulder’s favorite Spring training series returns! The DASH n’ DINE 5k Series comprises of six races held in April and May at Coot Lake in Boulder, CO. The series has a friends and family atmosphere with a cookout after each race.
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.
I am not so great about keeping traditions. Its not that I don’t want to make and keep with them. I love the idea of doing something annually for the sake of consistency, meeting up with friends new and old, and now introducing my children to those things I love and feel are important. I believe this is the allure of the Turkey Trot as part of our holiday tradition.
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.