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
BOULDER —The University of Colorado men’s and women’s cross country teams will host the 28th Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout on Saturday, September 28 at the Buffalo Ranch Cross Country Course on CU’s South Campus. For the fifth straight year the Rocky Mountain Shootout will have
The meet is one of the longest running collegiate cross country races in the nation and will have participants from some of the top NCAA Division I and Division II programs along the Front Range, which include Colorado’s seventh-ranked men and 15th-ranked women.
BOULDER – Former University of Colorado cross country and track and field coach Jerry Quiller, who coached 15 years and hundreds of student-athletes at the school, has passed away after fighting a battle against multiple myeloma. He was 69. Coach Q started his coaching career
The Fast and Flurry-ous was originally put together a few years back to give local runners the opportunity to race hard in order to tune their efforts before going off to the USATF Cross Country Nationals in February each year. But this year’s event was highly anticipated and talked about due to a newborn rivalry concept between the Boulder Track Club and the Boulder Running Company/ Adidas teams.
Masters runners from several teams in Colorado will be heading to San Diego, CA to compete in the USA Cross Country Nationals on Saturday Feb 5, 2011.
The 2000 women’s cross country team upended the defending national champion to claim the program’s first national title, the 18th overall at CU. Coming off back-to-back team titles at the Big 12 and NCAA Mountain Region Championships, Colorado was the top-ranked team in the country
Fiona Docherty and Jason Hartman each controlled Saturday’s Fast and Flurry-ous 4-miler cross country race Saturday at Harlow Platts Park in South Boulder.
The University of Colorado cross country teams are ready for the 15th Annual Big 12 Championship on Saturday, October 30 at the Oklahoma State University Cross Country Course.
This will be the final Big 12 championship for the Buffs who have a rich tradition of winning team and individual titles. The CU men have won 12 of 14 conference titles, while the women have taken 11. The Buffs have won 17 individual titles; the men taking eight and the women with nine. The last time a male won the conference crown was Brent Vaughn in 2007 and Jenny Barringer won the title last year.
Updated: To celebrate one of the most decorated track and field/cross country programs in the country, The University of Colorado will have its first reunion in 20 years this coming weekend, October 22-24, starting off with a Parade on Pearl Street at 7pm.
The University of Colorado men’s and women’s cross country team will host its first varsity team scoring meet of the season on Saturday, October 2, when CU hosts the 25th Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout at the Buffalo Ranch on CU’s South Campus.
Boulder High School phoneme Kelsey Lakowske is interviewed by DyeStat.com just after the Colorado State Championships in November. She talks about her recent success She is coached by Monique Guidry the Head Coach at Boulder High School and also trains with Melody Fairchild and her Fairchild Flyers. The interview covers her recent success, how she found running, her coaching and training, and her other interests.
Colorado will race at the 2009 NCAA Championship on Monday, November 23, in Terre Haute, Ind. The University of Colorado women’s and men’s cross country teams are each ranked No. 6 and Jenny Barringer will be eying the individual championship as she has been the runner-up the last two times she has raced at the meet (2006, 2007).
The No. 6 ranked women’s team won the regional for the first time since 2006 and the No. 5 ranked men’s team took second; ending a streak of six straight regional titles. Senior Jenny Barringer also won the women’s race and was the first CU woman to win the individual title since 2004 when Renee Metivier took home the crown.
Turkey Trot season kicks off this weekend with 2 of the area’s highly competitive races. But, you don’t have to be competitive to join in the fun. Turkey Trot races are a great way to kick off a healthy start to the holiday season.