Weekend of July 2 to 4
Half marathon and 10K results
Should Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athlete Koby Vargas ever make the Olympics, it’ll likely become his most memorable competition. But for now, the teenager can’t argue with winning a summer ski jumping event in front of the hometown fans.
Watkins Fulk-Gray knows his strengths. He knows what he likes, what he is good at, and he plans his races accordingly. And it’s for this reason, he has been a mainstay atop leaderboards in the Steamboat Springs Running Series this summer.
The U.S. Women's soccer team has earned its place in our Fourth of July celebration.
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.
Todd Lodwick hasn't worked out a day since he retired from Nordic combined after his sixth Winter Olympics. That took some adjustment.
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.
Steamboat Springs BMX results for Thursday, July 2
The Nordic Screamer ride down the landing hills of the ski jumps at Howelsen Hill offers plenty of thrills.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will host a demonstration of the new ride at 1 p.m. Saturday during the ski jumping competitions at Howelsen.
New Zealander Jup Brown just finished running across the United States. Now he's setting off out a bike ride that will take him across the continent again. He stopped in Steamboat Springs first.
Only fools and children make guarantees, says Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series chairman Brent Romick. And while the local legend is neither, it hasn’t stopped him from dreaming big for this weekend’s 112th annual Cowboys’ Roundup Days.
Decisions, Decisions. There’s so many sports events Saturday, no one can hit them all. Let us help decide what’s the best choice for you.
The Steamboat Storm collegiate baseball team hopes to get back on the right track playing at home Thursday and Saturday for a pair of doubleheaders.