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5K Run to Benefit Durango Derailers

Funds Raised will Help Families with Medical Travel Burdens Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center (SWCAHEC) is sponsoring a 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Durango Derailers Cycling Club on Friday, June 13 at Fort Lewis College. The cycling club will use the money for its established assistance fund which is dedicated to helping patients and […]

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Pantoja, Escorcia Win Westminster Trail Half Marathon; Lundell, Ehrk Win 10K; Archuleta, Goodart Win 5K

Hundreds of participants came out for the first event in the Endurance Race Series on Sunday morning at the Armed Forces Tribute Garden in Westminster.  The Westminster Trail Half Marathon, 10K and 5K kicked off under perfect conditions as the sun shone bright and the winds stayed calm along the Big Dry Creek Trail. In the […]

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U.S. Men, Women Sweep Team Titles at FISU World University Triathlon Championships

Kevin McDowell tops the podium to lead the U.S. team Led by Kevin McDowell’s gold medal performance, eight U.S. men and women posted top-11 finishes to sweep the team titles on Sunday at the International University Sports Federation’s (FISU) 12th World University Triathlon Championships. On the women’s side, Kaitlin Donner (Satellite Beach, Fla.) finished in 2:18:02 to […]

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Historic & Emotional Victory For Keflezighi at Boston Marathon, Boulder’s Eggleston Runs PR for Ninth.

With a bold move early in the 118th Boston Marathon that stuck, Olympic silver medalist Meb Keflezighi of San Diego, Calif., broke the 31-year victory drought for American men here, crossing the finish line on Boylston Street to thunderous applause in a personal best 2:08:37. A year after that finish line was turned into a […]

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Regional Race Results: 4/20/2014

Easter weekend saw about a dozen races across the front range take place on Saturday, and only a small handful on Sunday.  Regardless, it was a beautiful spring weekend for racing across Colorado! Saturday, April 19, 2014 Beat the Heat Half Marathon 10K and 5K – Lakewood, CO Spank Blasing 10K and 5K – Pueblo, […]

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Desiree Linden “All-In” for Boston Marathon

At the 2011 Boston Marathon, Desiree Linden nearly made history. The petite but feisty athlete, who ran that year under her maiden name Davila, came within two seconds of breaking a 26-year victory drought for American athletes here. Trading surges with Kenya’s Caroline Kilel in the final 800 meters on Boylston Street, she would finish […]

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Olympian Kara Goucher Joins the Nuun Family

Nuun Announces that Olympian Kara Goucher Will Exclusively Hydrate with Their Electrolyte Sports Drink Tabs Nuun, the top-selling electrolyte sports drink in run, bike, and outdoor specialty stores, is thrilled to welcome Olympian Kara Goucher to its portfolio of elite athletes. Nuun and Goucher’s multi-year marketing partnership is effective immediately. To welcome Kara to the […]

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Runner & Cancer Survivor Denise Peters Shares Her Top Tips on How to Maintain your Workout Program Amid a Medical Challenge

It wasn’t always this way, says Denise Peters of Westminster, Colorado. She’d tell you she was just like everyone else living in the Centennial state, working as an accounting and billing expert, and as many Coloradans are known to do, keeping up a regular fitness regimen as a runner. But what happened five years ago […]

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USA Triathlon Weekend Notebook: April 14

Ironman 70.3 New Orleans Andy Potts (Colorado Springs, Colo.) won Ironman 70.3 New Orleans on Sunday with a finishing time of 3 hours, 50 minutes, 36 seconds. After coming out of the water first with the fastest swim of the day, he succeeded in holding off Ben Hoffman (Boulder, Colo.) who finished in second with […]

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