More Steamboat Olympic Coverage
A 2008 graduate of the United State Air Force Academy, Kate Papenberg has always taken pride in being able to represent the U.S. in any capacity. And it’s this pride that is fueling her this weekend in the biggest race of her running career.
To honor all of our local Olympians who represent Ski Town USA on the world stage, the Tread of Pioneers Museum and the Steamboat Ski Resort have partnered to produce an Olympian tribute display on the second floor of Steamboat Ski Area's Thunderhead Lodge.
Step 1 of suing the International Olympic Committee was a success for Steamboat Springs Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter, according to an email from his lawyer, Filippo Marchino.
Steamboat snowboarder sues over event elimination
Steamboat Springs Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter filed a lawsuit last month against the International Olympic Committee after the organization’s executive board voted to remove parallel slalom snowboarding from the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Kidd: Decision is unfortunate
The site of the 2022 Winter Olympics was announced Friday, and local Olympians and Olympic hopefuls met the news with mixed reactions.
As accomplished as Lindsey Van is in women’s ski jumping, her greatest accomplishment might have more to do with the admiration she receives from a group of young girls, with one Steamboat Springs resident — 17-year-old Logan Sankey — standing out.
After a brief period of retirement following his last season as a Nordic combined giant, Olympian Billy Demong accepted the position as marketing and sponsorship coordinator at Reynolds Cycling.
Ryan Dyer lived his US ski team dream for three years — he’s determined to get back
There are roughly a dozen ways to make the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team, but only about three that matter to an up-and-coming skier. Making the team doesn’t actually guarantee anyone much of anything. Only a fraction of the team’s members get to compete in World Cup events.
The USSA announced on Monday that it would cut its funding for the U.S. Nordic combined team.
Team USA's post-Olympics trip to the White House offered a handful of Steamboat Springs athletes an experience they'll never forget.
Sochi has come and gone, and now, we are just trying to get back into the swing of life. It was such an adventure, and in the end, it was an experience that I will never regret seeing.
When you’re in a foreign country that’s careening toward war, you follow the news.
People always wonder why we’re here — at first, anyway. They’re surprised we sent one reporter and even more so that we sent two. In some sense, it seems important to the brand, the paper’s and Steamboat’s, to have Ski Town USA staff the Olympics. If you’d asked me in January before we left, I’d have said, “We can cover our local athletes better than anyone else.”
Photographing the Olympics is both the easiest and hardest of assignments.
Our best event was the U.S. men's hockey game against Russia. Our best night out involved a member of the U.S. halfpipe snowboard team and the stupidest thing I did involved losing something important on the first day of the Olympics. Here's my list of the best and worst of covering the Olympics.