It's not always easy keeping up with the team when you're a Denver Broncos fan competing on the World Cup skiing circuit, but for those who bleed Orange and Blue, there's no option but to find a way to watch the game.
It’s on to the next round for a pair of torrid Steamboat Springs snowboarders. Matt Ladley and Arielle Gold both advanced from the qualification round in the snowboard halfpipe competition at a U.S. Grand Prix event Thursday in Park City, Utah.
Snowboardcross is one of the most nail-biting of all Olympic sports. Six athletes line up side-by-side to vault themselves through a crazy course of bumps, banks, berms and massive jumps — all with their rivals just an elbow away.
Arielle Gold laid down her best run on her first try, avoiding the pitfalls of another snowy day in Aspen and paving the way for her best-ever finish at the X Games, second.
The bike race, which takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5 at Howelsen Hill, isn’t your typical bike race. Competitors, ranging from novice to expert, will go head to head down a slalom course on the face of Howelsen, the usual winter domain of skiers and snowboarders
Steamboat Springs snowboarders went big and took advantage of the conditions when others couldn't. It added up to the a career-defining win, gold at the X Games in Aspen.
Steamboat Springs is known for a lot of things when it comes to skiing — Olympians, trees, powder — but steep, big-mountain terrain is not on the list. It hasn’t necessarily always been that way, however, and Saturday, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club big mountain freeskiing team hopes to help change that attitude.
Snowmobile event starts at Freeman Reservoir Trailhead parking lot in Moffat County
The rush of riding along a brisk winter morning on a vehicle with horsepower to spare is only matched by the knowledge that you’re contributing to a great cause. Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club hosts its annual Poker Run fundraiser Saturday, with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Freeman Reservoir Trailhead parking lot north of Craig.
After being left off the X Games roster a year ago, Steamboat Springs snowboarder Matt Ladley is thrilled to be back at the massive ESPN winter sports events.
University of Colorado Nordic skier Lucy Newman found Howelsen Hill just as she had left it — cold and unforgiving.
When snowmobiling in Northwest Colorado, proper preparation is key.
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STARS seeks to revise permit for new HQ
STARS adaptive recreation seeks revised permit from Routt County in order to house campers in semi-private rooms, doubling size of new headquarters building.
Originally from Mount Shasta, California, Burns is in his third season with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. And this weekend might have been his best as a Steamboat athlete.
Club snowboarders shine in Race to the Cup event
It’s not every day an athlete admits to harboring “just happy to be here” ideas about any particular race or game. Cody Winters wasn’t shy about it Saturday afternoon, however.