Runners begin the Boulder Marathon on Oct. 3, 2010. That year's race was delayed a few weeks because of the Fourmile Fire. Last year's floods canceled the 2013 race, and now organizers have scrubbed this year's marathon, which had been set for Oct. 5. (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)

Bolder Marathon Canceled For Second Year In A Row

Update 8:30 AM 9/30/2014 Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver to Host Championships The USATF Colorado Association and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series announced that the USATF Colorado State Half Marathon Championships will take place at the Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon and 1/2 Marathon following the recent cancellation of the Boulder Marathon. The […]

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HRCA Backcountry Wilderness Half Marathon Set for November 8th – Beat the Price Increase!

The 6th Annual Backcountry Wilderness Half Marathon in Highlands Ranch is back to its original date in November, but registration prices increase this Wednesday, so sign up today to save!  This amazing trail run utilizes the Douglas County East/West trail and the pristine Highlands Ranch Community Association’s Backcountry Wilderness Area trails, taking runners on a single […]

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Regional Race Preview: The Bear Chase Trail Race

The fifth annual Bear Chase Trail Race takes off this weekend featuring five different race options, including the 100k, 50 mile, 50k, Half Marathon and the Baby Bear 10k, all taking place at beautiful Bear Creek Lake Park, in Lakewood, CO.  Voted the best race in Colorado for 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013 by Competitor Magazine, the […]

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361° Launches In USA

A new brand to North America, 361°, will begin showcasing product in October 2014 to the American consumer, with a full roll out in Spring 2015. What makes 361°different? 361° has brought in senior executives, experienced with presenting a technical brand from outside of Asia to not only launch the new line, but, most importantly, […]

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Sherpa John picks off his Human Potential Running Series

Race Report: Tommyknocker Ultras

The 1st Annual Tommyknocker Ultramarathons took place on Saturday, September 6th in Woodland Park, CO. This also marked the first official race of the new Human Potential Running Series in Colorado’s Front Range. Thirty-Seven runners took to the starting lines on race day. We sent the 100K runners out at 2:00am and the 50k runners […]

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Kerr, Escoria Win Hop, Skip & a Jump Start 5K

A record number of participants converged on the Children’s Museum of Denver Sunday morning for the annual Hop, Skip & a Jump Start 5K.  With a stroller-friendly 5K, Kid Course, Toddler Trot, Infant Crawl and a day of activities and healthy snacks, it was the perfect day for families and runners of all shapes and sizes. […]

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Garber, Kelleher Win HRCA Oktoberfest 5K

On a beautiful fall morning in downtown Highlands Ranch, over 400 participants took to the streets for the HRCA Oktoberfest 5K.  The fast course –  a mixture of both sidewalk and gravel/dirt trails – played host to some of Colorado’s finest, as well as recreational runners as well.  After the race, participants stuck around for […]

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Regional Race Results: 9/21/2014

Another pristine weekend of racing transpired across Colorado this past weekend, with dozens of fall-inspired races kicking off under sunny skies and perfect temperatures. Saturday, September 20, 2014 Fund the Future 5K – Aurora, CO Move Forward 5K/10K – Denver, CO HRCA Oktoberfest 5K – Highlands Ranch, CO Gift Life Breath 5K – Aurora, CO […]

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Book Review: Peter Snell and the Kiwis Who Flew

This is a book that really has legs! Dynamic descriptions of Olympic finals and with a style of writing that often surprises. It covers the golden era between 1956 and 1965 when, amazingly, New Zealand middle and long-distance runners bettered or equaled 23 world records or world best times. The author, New Zealander Vern Walker, […]

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Course Records Fall at USA 50K Championships

California’s Megan Roche breaks women’s course record by 11 minutes, besting Olympian Boulet; Men’s champion is Tim Tollefson, in first-time trail race effort It was a fast day at the USA 50K Trail Championships, held today at Bend’s Flagline 50K. A cloudless sky with temperatures in the 50s would bode well for the athletes to […]

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Deena Kastor Sets Four World Masters Records at Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia

41-year-old Kastor clocks 1:09:36 to finish third at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon; Karoki completes personal best Nothing appears to be stopping American distance-running ace Deena Kastor. The 41-year-old Olympic bronze medalist and American marathon-record holder added another mark to her impressive and extensive resume this weekend: the Masters world record in the […]

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Regional Race Preview: HRCA Oktoberfest 5K

Put on your lederhosen and your running/walking shoes and join the Highlands Ranch Community Association’s Oktoberfest 5K this Saturday at the Town Center. The HRCA Oktoberfest 5K course is a mixture of both sidewalk and gravel/dirt trails and is well suited for all ability levels. After the race, plan to stick around for giveaways and a fun […]

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Jimenez, Escorcia Win El Grito 5K

The 21st El Grito 5K kicked off Sunday morning with the traditional ringing of the bell, signifying freedom and liberty in recognition of Mexican independence.  Almost 400 participants lined up this year at the historic Buckhorn Exchange, enjoying a flat and fast USATF-certified course through the historic La Alma/Lincoln Park area, crossing out and back on […]

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