A pack of top, young Steamboat Springs tennis players pieced together a big weekend of results at a tournament in Laramie last weekend.
U.S. Ski Team racer and Steamboat Springs skier Anna Marno has plans for a big season, one that could include races at the 2015 World Championships in Vail and Beaver Creek.
Susan and Joshua Boles are hoping Routt County's active running community will be drawn to their new store, Twisted Trail Running Company, which they hope to open in Steamboat Springs later this month.
We look back at the fall high school sports season in Routt County and recognize the best team, game, individual performance, newcomers and coaching job.
With ski season right around the corner, we caught up with a few local ski fit trainers to get some last-minute advice on strengthening and stretching the muscles that are imperative when hitting the slopes and Nordic trails.
Cast your vote and watch the game unfold. Maybe I've been covering sports for too long.
Colorado Mountain College math professor Alex Krolik is introducing a different kind of Olympic sport to Steamboat Springs, one that has been a staple in his life for 21 years.
Steamboat Springs will be the site of the 2015 U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame induction in April.
Winter Sports Club's Ski Swap, beginning tonight, is a chance to pick up gear for a great deal.
Ski season is right around the corner, but mountain and road bikes haven't been stowed away just yet. With late-fall weather clear for at least another week, trails are drying up temporarily and cycling season is extending a little longer than in 2013.
The Tour de Steamboat rides raised $72,000 for local causes this year, and organizers already are setting their sights on 2015.
Steamboat Springs High School senior basketball player Garrett Bye verbally committed to play at the University of Illinois, Chicago. With the recruiting process now over, Bye is setting his focus on helping the Sailors get back to the state playoffs.
The Steamboat Springs volleyball lost both sets in the regional volleyball tournament, falling to Longmont and Pueblo West on Saturday to end its season.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team couldn't dash league foe Glenwood Springs' playoff hopes Friday night, but despite the 42-28 season-ending loss, Sailors coach Lonn Clementson was looking ahead, not backward.
Steamboat Springs volleyball junior Maddie Labor switched from a hitter to libero. Both she and the team have reaped the benefits and hope to capitalize today at the regional tournament.