Runners of all ages and talents towered around the 5’ 5” Olympic silver medalist hoping to have a few words or snap a selfie for their social feed. And while his accomplishments are huge, Leo Manzano was approachable and gracious at the HOKA ONE ONE
Celebrate the Olympic Spirit at the Boulder Road Runners All-Comers meet next Thursday night June 19 from 5:30 pm. to sundown at CU’s Frank Potts Field, 4001 Discovery CU Research Park. Commemorating the birth of the modern Olympic Games, Olympic Day is not only a celebration, but an international
Roger Bannister of England was the first to break the 4 minute mile barrier in 1954. Fifty years ago last week, teenager Jim Ryun of Wichita, KS, was the first high school boy to break the mythical barrier. The mile has become the measure of
Summer time racing doesn’t get any more exciting than the energetic and diverse Boulder Downtown Running Series. The series which consists of 3 races of varying lengths features a unique format offering multiple categories for runners from the kids race, open, masters and competitive fields. The courses are tight and extremely spectator friendly as runners from the other categories line up to watch along side fans as they cheer on friends and family.
The Run Boulder Race series is a series of three events all run in downtown and central Boulder. There a race for each month of summer culminating in its signature event, the Pearl Street Mile.