By no means am I a Scrooge this time of year, but I’ve always had a love-hate relationship when it comes to the holidays.
It’s only one weekend, but Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross country director Brian Tate liked what he saw out of his young athletes.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Alpine snowboarder AJ Muss had the best performance of his career Saturday, riding to 11th in a parallel slalom event in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.
The former Strawberry Park Elementary School student returned to Steamboat Springs last month to train with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, and his first race with the SSWSC on Sunday went as well as he could have hoped.
Pop a daffy under the lift today, and you’re considered either a hipster or a loser. It’s a shame because the daffy is one of skiing’s marquee stunts — one that, unlike a cork 540, still is within the grasp of The Everyman Skier.
In the roughly seven months I have lived in Steamboat Springs, one thing has become very clear to me — to truly be a local, to be part of the social scene, you need to ski or snowboard.
The swimmers wrapped up the 2015 portion of their schedule last weekend at the FAST Mid-Season SC Finale meet, held at the Edora Pool Ice Center in Fort Collins.
It was a fast day on home snow Saturday for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Alpine snowboarders. The club’s batch of young racers took to Howelsen Hill and came away with many high finishes.
Czech Alpine snowboarder Ester Ledecka, who’s trained with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, got a blazingly fast start to her season Saturday.
Steamboat Springs snowboarders Taylor Gold and Matt Ladley qualified for Saturday's Dew Tour final round in the men's snowboard halfpipe competition in Breckenridge on Thursday.
A big batch of Steamboat Spring snowboaders were included on Wednesday when the U.S. Snowboard Team announced its athletes for the season.
Steamboat Springs adventurer Doug Tumminello is started on his quest to ski from the edge of the Antarctic continent to the South Pole. He’s towing all the supplies he’ll need for the trip and blogging as he goes, too.
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Arielle Gold laid down a huge run to advance to Saturday's Dew Tour superpipe finals as the top qualifier. Elsewhere: the U.S. Nordic Combined Team began competition, Anna Marno earned her first World Cup finishes and five skiers with local ties made the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team.
A cancer diagnosis at age 27 changed everything for Marine Brett Kerkhof. Still, after the worst year of their lives, he, his wife, Mielle, and their 1-year old daughter, Cadence, came to Steamboat Springs with some of their best friends to celebrate.
Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports is becoming more involved in local schools this year through new adaptive physical education programs.