Telemark ski races
Germans, Swiss dominate first of four days of competitions
The FIS Telemark World Championships kicked off Tuesday at Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs — the first of four days of tele action on local slopes.
The Hayden High School boys basketball season came to an end Tuesday night playing at Hotchkiss, the home team in the first round of the District 5 tournament.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team season came to an end Tuesday night when the Tigers fell to Meeker, 57-38, in the district tournament.
Back on the NorAm circuit, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club freestyle moguls skier Ryan Dyer was back on top of the podium.
Fifteen Steamboat Springs skiers traveled to Wisconsin last weekend to take part in one of skiing's historic events.
If local hockey aficionados get their way, Steamboat Springs could also soon be known as Kraft Hockeyville USA.
Registration open for 2015 Tour de Steamboat cycling event.
State wrestlers grab some wins in the Pepsi Center, Soroco girls basketball keeps the win streak going and the Sailors boys basketball squad goes down in heartbreaking fashion in the final preps roundup of the winter.
The U.S. Nordic Combined Team finished seventh in the team relay at the World Championships.
For the first time in more than a decade, the United State is hosting the FIS World Telemark Skiing Championships. And for the first time ever, Steamboat Springs is playing host to the biennial event.
Hayden Tigers Taylor Lewis and Christian Carson — the only Routt County contenders remaining at the state wrestling tournament — were eliminated in emotional finishes on Saturday.
The Colorado high school state skiing championships wrapped up Saturday, and the Sailors girls nearly swept the annual Skimeister competition. Both teams finished ninth overall.
Steamboat Sailors, Moffat Bulldogs exit competition
Friday didn't go according to plan for much of Routt County's wrestlers at the 2A and 3A state championships, but two Hayden Tigers remain in contention for medals.
Eric Berkey was nervous about returning to the ski slopes as a quadriplegic. Then he met two men in Steamboat Springs who had an invention that would help him get on the slopes.