This year’s Hardrock drama unfolds from July 13-15, beginning at 6 a.m. on Friday morning and ending, for some runners, a full 48 hours later.
In the Women’s division, Eva Stovicek and Sara Martinez, who enjoyed the uphill advantage, rapidly dispatched Nicole Edder and Jordan Herndon in a skirmish that lasted only about two minutes.
Now More Than Ever, Fishing on the Dolores Is ‘Lights-Out!’
Peaks Tennis Program bringing business to Mountain Village through rapidly growing tennis camps.
Montrose motocross rider takes on the best of the best at the X Games.
Cycling fans around the country will be able to watch more of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado this August with the announcement this week of extended TV coverage by NBC and NBC Sports Net...
Keaton McCargo of the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club has been named Colorado Ski Country USA Spencer Nelson All-Star Athlete of the Year.
Telluride ousts Montrose teams in its first-ever Little League championship win, and three Telluride players move on to All Star tournament in July.
Runners converged in Ridgway for the inaugural Trail Town 10-Miler race last Saturday, June 16.
Delta, Olathe, Mountain Village and Montrose have done it right and now its time for Ridgway and Telluride to join them in building real disc golf courses.
Two weeks ago, the Rockies seemed gone for the season. Since then, they’ve made an impressive comeback. Can they keep the current hope alive?
Montrose track and field, girls golf and boys swim teams all finish well at state competitions
Regional rivers will be relatively low and clear for the first half of the season, offering exceptional angling, according to longtime guide John Duncan.
Craig Wasserman – artist, skateboarder, snowboarder and educator – is a pretty mellow dude. Until you get him talking about kids and skateboarding. His summer camp starts next month.
A strong boys squad upended larger teams for the tournament title at the Grand Junction Border Battle tournament last weekend, a win that bodes well for the fall high school season.
Ouray’s Jaxon Gaita brought home a medal from the state track and field meet.
The team claimed a record number of medals, and both boys and girls came in second in overall team rankings.
Meet the Telluride Yankees, whose win-loss percentage is 1.00 (on a total payroll of $0.00).
Following the final regular-season track meet in Grand Junction last weekend, three Ouray/Ridgway athletes were qualified to attend the state championships in Lakewood.