The Bear Peak trail has a short respite before kicking it up a notch to get to the summit of Bear Peak

Five Trails for Hill Running and Mountain Training

Posted on 08. Apr, 2015

If you are looking to improve your overall fitness and trail racing prowess this year, incorporate these mountain runs into your regular training regime. They will not only boost your ego, but also make you a stronger, fitter runner.

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Travel and run in Iceland: Run the World Adventures

Experience trail running vacations from around the world

Posted on 02. Apr, 2015

Before you completely fill your summer and fall race calendar you may want to seriously consider booking a running holiday that combines your sense of travel and adventure with your love of running. Run the World Adventures, a consortium of the worlds top trail running vacation providers, caters to various levels of fitness, running experience […]

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Newton Running Opens Flagship Store on Pearl Street

Posted on 07. Mar, 2015

The bright iconic colors of Newton Running shoes will fit right into the equally colorful tulips of Downtown Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall this Spring it has now opened its flagship store at 1222 Pearl Street, bringing with it a unique culture and engaging consumer experience to Pearl Street. Extremely proud of its Boulder roots it only makes sense to […]

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Hurysz Breaks CU’s 9 Year Mile Record

Posted on 15. Feb, 2015

SEATTLE — University of Colorado senior Jake Hurysz ran his first mile run in a Buffs’ uniform here Saturday at the Husky Classic and it is one he will remember for quite some time as he broke a nine-year-old CU record. Hurysz clocked in at 3 minutes, 58.18 seconds to take fifth in the top […]

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USATF XC Championships [photos]

Posted on 09. Feb, 2015

The start of the Open Womens 8k race at the USATF Cross Country National Championships held Feb 7, 2015 at the Flatirons Golf Course in Boulder, CO. The top 6 women vying for a spot on Team USA for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China. Photo: Todd Straka Sarah Hall takes the […]

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Sanitas Valley Trail to close for trail repairs

Posted on 13. Jan, 2015

Starting as early as Tuesday, Jan. 20, the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will begin repairs to the Sanitas Valley Trail, which sustained significant damage from the 2013 floods. The Sanitas Valley Trail, except for two small segments that connect with other trails, will be closed as the department re-grades and […]

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One World Running Supports Tribal Runners in Healing Run

Posted on 18. Dec, 2014

On Saturday, November 29th Boulder non-profit One World Running distributed 300 pairs of new and near-new running shoes to Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal youth runners and supporters taking part in the annual Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run. Taking place over four days from November 29 thru December 3, the Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing […]

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Frank Shorter Race4Kids’ Health 5k

Posted on 01. Dec, 2014

Whole Foods presents the Frank Shorter RACE4Kids’ Health 5K & Health Odyssey Expo on April 12, 2015. Let’s be outrageous for kids!  Whole Foods, Healthy Learning Paths, and Olympic Gold Medalist Frank Shorter are on a mission.  We want all kids to be healthy and happy. Join us to make your 5K time for the […]

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OSMP trails open again after muddy conditions

Posted on 21. Nov, 2014

These trails have been re-opened again. It’s that time of the season again. Alternating cold and warm weather patterns play havoc on the snowmelt and trails. So the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department today closed multiple trailheads and trails because melting snow has created muddy conditions that can cause damage to popular […]

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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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