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  • Sacred Rides Boulder: taking mountain biking to a whole new...

    The great outdoors. Here in Colorado, we have some of the most gorgeous scenery nature has to offer right on our doorstep. You can hike it, bike it, raft it or ski it, but sometimes, the tedious task of planning the trip is what gets in the way. Which trail to take? How much food and water to bring? Will

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  • Rockies Promising Season Takes a Big Hit

    A couple of weeks ago, a story about the Rockies would have been awesome. Full of high-fives and purple pride and hopes of a visit to Rocktober. They were on a seven game win streak and then two more six game win streaks in June. They had gone 3-1 against the reigning World Champion Chicago Cubs, swept division rival San

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  • Eight Colorado Players Have Make-or-Break Weekend at the...

    Becoming an NFL player is one of those dreams little kids have right alongside “astronaut” and “ballerina.” Except making it to the NFL is even harder than being sent out into space. Of the roughly 1,085,272 athletes who play high school football across the nation, 6 percent make it to the collegiate level. Of those who play in college, 1.7

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  • Denver Broncos playoff hopes in the balance – Miller...

    "We meet again Mr. Brady" ? A photo posted by Von Miller (@vonmiller) on Dec 13, 2016 at 9:58am PST Nearly a year after granting the wish of every football fan in Colorado, the Denver Broncos find themselves in a tricky situation. With a 8-5 record, and three games remaining in the regular season, there is a chance Denver might

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  • Make CU Football Great Again – How the Buffs Have...

    The sporting world is an unforgiving one. It is quick to judge, and considers little else more important than quality production and winning. Perhaps no one has been more aware of this than CU Buffs head coach Mike MacIntyre. MacIntyre is in the middle of his fourth season at the helm of a historic program that had fallen into disrepair.

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  • The Heat Is On: Bike to Work Day

    Boulder's love of biking will show in a big way when locals of all ages pedal their way to work for Bike to Work Day 2016. And they likely will ride in droves -- no matter how hot it may be. Last June, 8,400 people are estimated to have ridden in Boulder on Bike to Work Day 2015, according to

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  • The unprecedented rise of Golden State

    These days, if you walk by a Foot Locker, a Dick’s or even a Wal-Mart, the racks are littered with Stephen Curry jerseys, Golden State t-shirts and Warriors-blue basketballs. This comes as no surprise of course; they just set the NBA record for wins, Curry was back-to-back season MVP and they just made an unprecedented series comeback against the Oklahoma

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