Tagged: race

The Hayden Cog Run

Posted on10. May, 2016

The Cog Run is one of the longest consecutively run races of the Steamboat Running Series and in the state of Colorado. Held in Hayden, CO the Cog Run has two running distances, 8.4 miles and 5k on paved roads. In 2014 the races will be held on Saturday, May 10th, starting at 10:00 a.m. The Cog Run is a challenging […]

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The Hayden Cog Run

Posted on10. May, 2015

The Cog Run is one of the longest consecutively run races of the Steamboat Running Series and in the state of Colorado. Held in Hayden, CO the Cog Run has two running distances, 8.4 miles and 5k on paved roads. In 2014 the races will be held on Saturday, May 10th, starting at 10:00 a.m. The Cog Run is a challenging […]

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Harvest Farm 5k

Posted on04. Oct, 2014

Join the Denver Rescue Mission this fall for the most beautiful cross-country run in Northern Colorado. On Saturday, October 4th, the Harvest Farm 5k will kick-off the annual month-long Harvest Farm Fall Festival. This unique course will lead you through a 209-acre farm atop dirt roads, winding through scenic countryside.The cows will ‘moo’ their encouragement […]

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Win a free entry to Badass Dash at the GoPro Mountain Games

Posted on20. May, 2014

We are giving away a free entry to the BADASS Dash which is part of the GoPro Mountain Games June 7 in Vail, CO. Enter below. The BADASS Dash features 25+ obstacles along a 7K race course and benefits Autism Speaks. a Rafflecopter giveaway You can find out more about the BADASS Dash. If you choose to register […]

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The Hayden Cog Run

Posted on10. May, 2014

The Cog Run is one of the longest consecutively run races of the Steamboat Running Series and in the state of Colorado. Held in Hayden, CO the Cog Run has two running distances, 8.4 miles and 5k on paved roads. In 2014 the races will be held on Saturday, May 10th, starting at 10:00 a.m. The Cog Run is a challenging […]

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Boulder Spring Half hosts USATF 5 Mile Championships

Posted on28. Apr, 2014

For the 3rd consecutive year, the Boulder Spring 5-Miler will serve as the USA Track & Field Colorado Championship on Sunday morning, May 4th at the Boulder Reservoir. The 5-Mile will start at 9am on May 4th and other events that morning will include the ½ Marathon at 8:30am and 10-mile at 8:45am. Elite runners will compete for a share of the […]

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Thunderchief 5k April 5

Posted on03. Mar, 2014

The Thunderchief 5k walk/run will be taking place on Saturday, 5 April 2014 on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder, Colorado at 9:00 am. We project that over 300+ participants will attend the event. The first 200 participants to register will receive a t-shirt on race day. Hosted by the Air Force ROTC Detachment 105 which is donating a portion of […]

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BolderBoulder RunBelievable Tees revealed for 2014

Posted on04. Feb, 2014

BolderBOULDER, the third largest running race in the United States, has announced its 2014 official race gear featuring rich new colors and its RunBELIEVABLE slogan. “In 2013 we reintroduced colored T-shirts to our line of race merchandise and were thrilled that the readers of Competitor magazine voted us Best Race T-shirt. The positive response from […]

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The ColdestBoulder 5k race results

Posted on08. Dec, 2013

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

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Colorado Club Cross Country Championships Nov 17

Posted on28. Oct, 2013

Cross Country season is in full swing with the high school State Cross Championships this last weekend and PAC-12′s this upcoming weekend. Registration is now open for the Nike Flatiron XC Colorado Club Champs to be held on November 17th at Harlow Platts Park in Boulder, CO. Sign up now online at raceroster.com or in-store at […]

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The Flatiron 4 XC Race

The Flatiron 4 kicks off the XC season early

Posted on23. Jul, 2013

The spirit of cross country races harkens true grit through inclement weather, dealing with obstacles, spurred on by your teammates and screaming fans. There is rising excitement for locals this year as Boulder will be hosting the the 2014 and 2015 National Cross Country Championships in February. Flowing with that rise, the inaugural Flatiron 4 […]

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West End 3k Starts off Summer

West End 3k Kicks off Boulder’s Downtown Races

Posted on06. Jun, 2013

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, women, and kids participated in 4 separate races from the […]

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West End 3k Kicks off Race Series Early

Posted on30. May, 2013

The Boulder Downtown Race series will kick off next Wednesday June 5th at 6pm with the The West End 3k. Please note the change in day as the races were traditionally held on Thursday nights. The race features a 2 lap course that starts at Pearl and 11th Streets and is spectator friendly as there […]

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NoBo Classic 5k builds on nostalgia of the classic bike race

Posted on29. May, 2013

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 became very popular with the fans. The event grew and in 1980 the race took on a new […]

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Local Artist Lowtwait to Sign BolderBoulder Posters on Saturday

Posted on04. Apr, 2013

Local artist Steve Lowtwait will be signing the posters he designed for this year’s BolderBoulder poster on Saturday April 6th from 10 a.m. till Noon at the Bolder Boulder store in the 29th Street Mall. The BolderBoulder has a long history of hiring local artists for their annual promotional poster. Lowtwait, who started as an […]

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