Paul Moth made it clear after Saturday’s Howelsen Hill Trail Run that he hates running on pavement. He ran cross country and track in both high school and college, but since then has kept his running exclusively to Mother Nature's natural expressway.
Results from June 20, 2015 Howelsen Hill 8-Miler.
Rodeo is a hobby for Cody Gerard — mostly, anyway. Other times, it’s a job, one he is passionate about even though some days don’t end as well as he would like.
Looks matter when it comes to the Ford Mustangs rolling around Steamboat Springs. Sometimes, still, that's only part of the story.
Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, STARS, has been expanding its programming for military veterans for years, and now it's helping another organization send soldiers on a thrilling ride down the Colorado River in Utah.
The Steamboat Storm college summer baseball team split with visiting Summit County on Thursday.
Steamboat Springs High School to host first track and field youth camp for kindergarten through eighth grade next week.
The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo series is back starting Friday, and organizers are hoping a new social media push can boost attendance.
There may not be any radical changes for the 10th annual Howelsen Hill Trail Run, but that’s not a bad thing according to race director Walter Magill.
The Steamboat Storm baseball team won a pair of games Tuesday. It plays again Thursday, then plans to host a baseball camp for local children on Monday.
There will be bike rides for citizens and chances for autographs, cowboys on bikes and cyclists on horses, music and movies, a beer garden and, oh yeah, two massive days of bike racing when the USA Pro Challenge comes to town in August.
More than 150 riders participated in the second annual Moots Ranch Rally, raising $5,000 for the Community Agriculture Alliance.
It's been a quick start to the summer for Steamboat Springs Swim Team racers.
When Gabe Downey moved to Steamboat Springs in December, it didn’t take long before he started asking about pool leagues at the local VFW. He had played competitively for a few years in Denver, and wanted to keep going. However, earning a trip to Las Vegas because of it was never in the plan.
J. Patrick Gonzales was too young to remember much about Steamboat Springs during his time playing in the Triple Crown World Series as a child. But this time, as a member of the newly formed Steamboat Storm collegiate summer baseball team, he has the next two months to relish the beauty and limitless activities the town has to offer.