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Endurance Race Series Announces 2014 Schedule

The Endurance Race Series just released its 2014 schedule for its nine events, from Colorado’s front range to its picturesque mountain towns and resorts. Whether you are an avid trail runner or new to the trails, the 2014 ERS schedule has something for everyone. Highlights of the 2014 schedule include the addition of the Fort Collins Trail Half Marathon […]

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2013 Denver Rock n Roll Marathon

Are Marathons No Longer Challenging?

An increasing number of runners want to push themselves further than 26.2 miles. The Wall Street Journal has an interesting piece today about the rise of the ultra marathon. According to Running USA, over 63,000 runners completed races with distances longer than 26.2 miles. This figure is more than double what it was in 2008. “There’s more […]

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IPICO Sports helps combat the decline of children’s aerobic fitness

Worldwide, children’s aerobic fitness is declining with about a rate about 4% per decade. To help revising this trend, IPICO Sports, a global leader in timing systems, is pleased to launch A-PASS!, a low-cost high performance scoring and timing system for aerobic fitness tests and other school physical activities.   The A-PASS!, Automatic Physical Activity Scoring System is […]

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Athletes swim during the Boulder Peak Triathlon at the Boulder Reservoir on Sunday, July 14, 2013. (CLIFF GRASSMICK)

Norden, O’Donnell win Boulder Peak

After winning silver at the 2012 London Olympics almost a year ago, Swedish triathlete Lisa Norden already has her sights set on Rio 2016. That’s why this season she’s mixing it up a bit, competing in various distances and both draft-legal and non-drafting races to keep from burning out. Norden, 28, won the Boulder Peak […]

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My account of “fell” running at the World Masters Mountain Running Championships

Bernie lives in Silt, CO and below is his account of his experience in Keswick, England for the World Masters Mountain Running Championships. British “fell running” is super-classic. They have literally been doing this for centuries. “Fell” is what they call the hills and mountains, which is an appropriate name for this great sport, as […]

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Salomon Trespass Challenge: 5 & 10 Mile Off-Road Running Races, July 10, 2005

The Salomon Trespass Challenge 5 and 10 mile off-road running races, organized by the Boulder Running Company, are set for Sunday, July 10, 2005 at 8 a.m. at the Nederland Elementary School in Nederland, CO. All participants will receive an awesome Salomon short-sleeve technical running shirt. The event will benefit the Nederland High/Middle School Honor […]

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Steve Jones, Torres Brothers and Nicole DeBoom at the final Dash & Dine 5K Series Race

BOULDER, CO (May 13, 2005) – The Dash & Dine 5K Series will wrap up on Tuesday, May 17, 6:30 p.m. with Race #6 featuring former Marathon World Record holder Steve Jones as the Official Starter. In addition to Jones, the Reebok sponsored Torres brothers (Jorge and Edwardo) will be in attendance. Pro Triathlete and Dash & Dine Sponsor, Nicole DeBoom (Skirt Sports) will […]

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Issue 11 (May/June 2005)

The state of the sport is in great shape if the interest in this year’s Pike’s Peak Marathon has anything to do with it. When registration opened on March 1st, the Pike’s Peak Ascent filled up in 60 hours, which last year took 11 weeks.  The Marathon closed in just four days, which took 22 […]

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Issue 7 (September/October 2004)

You Might Be A Triathlete If… 1. You have trouble keeping lunch under 2,000 calories. 2. You usually wake up at four in the morning but don’t get to work until after nine. 3. You have a $4,000 bike strapped to the roof of a $2,000 car. 4. You’re always wet! Either sweat, pool water, […]

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