This week we say THANK YOU to our two race directors Sean Nesbitt and John Supsic. Although they have wanted to remain behind the scenes and out of the spotlight during the build up these championships, none of this would be possible without them. Their
As the 2014 USA Cross Country Championships in Boulder rapidly approach (9 days and counting), we want to review the marvelous career of the 2007 USA Cross Country Champion Alan Culpepper. A native of Fort Worth, TX Alan attended the University of Colorado at Boulder
Today we take a look back on the incredible career of 2007 USA Cross Country Champion Deena Kastor. Olympic Bronze Medalist, US record holder in the marathon, half marathon, 15K, road 8K, and road 5K. Winner of the Chicago and London Marathons and 3x Winner of the Bolder Boulder.
This week for the Boulder USA Cross Country Championships we pay tribute to the 2007 USA Cross Country Race Director, Pete Julian.
The Chevron Houston Marathon took place this weekend while hosting the the USA Half Marathon Championships. Boulder athletes have a long tie to the race there. Houston has a storied past of a stellar elite field, a fast course and ideal weather in January. Before
Sportswomen of Colorado will be honoring Colorado’s outstanding female athletes for their performance in 2012 during their 39th annual awards celebration on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center. Heather Utrata was recognized for dominating the road races around the Denver area with 16
Recently Nike released a High Altitude Men’s T-shirt which touts it “pays tribute to a classic sporting event” held in Boulder, CO. I was curious about the event and its history so I reached out to the Boulder Road Runner founder and race director for
The Pan Am Games were held in Havana, Cuba in 1991. 4,519 athletes from 39 countries were represented that year including several from Boulder who represented the United States.
Originally posted January of 2010 in the Daily Camera New Year’s Day was an auspicious one, with a blue moon heralding the start of a new decade. With that new beginning in mind, I want to take a look back at highlights of the past
Tucked in the backdrop of Boulder’s majestic Flatirons, the larger than life-size bronze sculpture of Sir Roger Bannister evokes just as much awe. In 1954, 25-year-old Bannister was the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes. Found in the corner of