Twenty-four Hours of Sanitas – Just for Fun

Posted on 14. Nov, 2014

BY PETER JONES If you have ever known a runner, then you will understand when I say that runners are a funny lot. When they are injured or have not gotten in their daily run, they are often the grumps of the group. However, if their running is going well, or they just finished a […]

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Royal Arch Trail Reopens Again

Posted on 07. Nov, 2014

The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will reopen the Royal Arch Trail, a popular Boulder trail that sustained significant damage during the 2013 September floods, on Saturday, Nov. 8. For more than a century, the Royal Arch Trail has allowed Boulder residents to hike to locations that provide breathtaking vistas […]

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#MileProject – Five questions with Jenny Simpson

Posted on 05. Nov, 2014

I have to admit, I am not the first in my family to take on the #MileProject. Two years ago my daughter had a class assignment in which she decided to train and test herself at running the mile over a 6 month period. She is a dancer by nature, and running was way out of […]

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Leo Manzano

#MileProject – A few moments with Leo Manzano

Posted on 05. Nov, 2014

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 Fun Run and meet & greet held at the Boulder […]

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Celebrate a year of running with Boulder Sports Hall of Fame

Posted on 05. Nov, 2014

  UPDATE: This party has been postponed until early in 2015   The Boulder Sports Hall of Fame will be hosting a Celebrate the Seasons party on Sunday Dec 7 from 4-close at the Millennium Hotel Ballroom. The free event is open to the athletic community in Boulder. “It has been a long year of training and racing, […]

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Brunch Running Hiring City Manager in Boulder

Posted on 30. Oct, 2014

“We run to have fun, French toast and mimosas.” bRUNch is a social group that loves to run and eat brunch. Each Sunday the group meets for a training run at a local restaurant offering both a five-kilometer and ten-kilometer runs each week. The fun continues back at the restaurant with the ultimate brunching experience and post-run […]

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An inside look into CU Men’s Track Shack

Posted on 21. Oct, 2014

Fresh off a dominating win for the CU’s Men’s Cross Country team at Pre-Nats, Flotrack follows Senior Jake Hurysz around their “Track Shack” in Boulder to get a closer look at the day in the life of this championship team. Watch more videos on Flotrack

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Monster Dash in Louisville is set for Halloween fun

Posted on 20. Oct, 2014

With its fresh new Mummies theme, The Monster Dash 10k, 5k will kick off spooky holiday themed races around the state at 3pm in Downtown Louisville, CO. A kids race will follow at 4pm.The 5k will be on a flat and fast out and back course. Come for family Fun! Arts and crafts, jumpy-castles, karate demos, […]

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Shoe drive benefits Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run

Posted on 14. Oct, 2014

One World Running’s annual fall shoe drive is taking place Oct. 15 through Thanksgiving at local running stores. Shoes of any kind are accepted, as well as clean athletic gear such as running shorts, socks, shirts and outerwear. Safety vests are also   needed for the runners. This year’s drive is geared for the young […]

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NCAA Champs CU Buffs Host the Shootout this Saturday

Posted on 01. Oct, 2014

The top ranked University of Colorado men’s cross country team will host the Rocky Mountain Shootout on CU’s South Campus at the Buffalo Ranch Cross Country Course this Saturday, October 4. The men’s 8-kilometer race is at 9 a.m. and the women’s 5.8k race will follow at 9:45 a.m. Parking and admission are free. The […]

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Newton Running Achieves Certified B Corporation Status

Posted on 24. Sep, 2014

After a rigorous assessment process, Newton Running®, the leader in performance running shoes, is delighted to announce its certification as a B Corporation.  The prestigious designation is awarded to companies that strive to solve social and environmental problems and meet higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. “Newton is committed to building […]

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Trail Running Conference and Film Festival

Posted on 24. Sep, 2014

In its second year, the 2014 Estes Trail Ascent – Trail Running Conference is shaping up to be an incredible event with a great mix of group runs, running workshops, speaker panel sessions, star athletes and industry leaders. The Trail Running Conference will be held at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO on October 9-11. New […]

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Boulder Marathon Cancelled – Other Races counter with great offers

Posted on 20. Sep, 2014

Boulder Marathon Cancelled With two short weeks before race day, the race director of the Boulder Marathon, Half Marathon and 5 mile event announced all events scheduled for October 5th would be cancelled again this year citing complications from last year’s floods. According to the Daily Camera, race director Jeff Mason may have failed to pull permits […]

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Skirt Sports Celebrates 10 years with 10on10 Run, $20 off $30 Discount Code Included

Posted on 11. Sep, 2014

Congratulations to Boulder’s  Skirt Sports who is celebrating their 10 year anniversary this year! Skirt Sports invites all their skirt sisters to celebrate with their 10on10 Run September 13, 14 or 15, 2014. You can choose a 10k or 10 mile Virtual Run in your home town or run with Skirt Sports in Boulder, CO on Saturday […]

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