Eric Kenney really likes the Steamboat Lake area and it really seems to like him. The 39-year-old endurance coach from Boulder has competed in three of the five Steamboat Lake Sprint Triathlons to date, which included Sunday’s race, and the results speak for themselves.
It took Colorado Springs resident Drew Wills a long time to break away from his cycle following Saturday’s 12th annual Tour de Steamboat charity ride. The 110-mile trek, which took him through three mountain passes, did nothing to take away from his cheery disposition and willingness to greet anyone that wanted to say hello.
Beer in hand, Steamboat Springs bike legend Kent Eriksen sat just inside the open side door of the Shimano van Saturday afternoon, telling stories from the early years of the Tour de Steamboat.
Don't yell her name, don't yell out of the refs and I still don't understand all the rules that go along with being a parent.
Downhill race No. 2
Local runner wins huge race
Steamboat Springs ultramarathon runner Avery Collins finally found in the Colorado 200 what he was looking for: a race that could break him.
Starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, hunters preparing for a trip to Colorado can purchase over-the-counter licenses both online, in person and over the phone at 1-800-244-5613.
Captain of the Boat race No. 2 results
Steamboat Springs U12 boys baseball team has played lots and lots of games over the past several years. Nothing stacks up next to the Triple Crown World Series, however, and when the 12 boys, their coaches and families trek next week to Park City, coach Jim Hansen said they’re in for an experience they won’t soon forget.
Great banter between a rodeo announcer and a good rodeo clown doesn't just happen. It takes work, and John Shipley said he and this weekend's high-flying, motorcycle riding clown Troy Lerwill have it down.
The paranoia was real. With my camera slung around my neck, I had a lit Tiki torch in one hand and an axe in the other, the blade too dull for it to be used as much more than a club.
Lance Panigutti, co-founder of the Front Range-based Without Limits Productions company, has been competing in the highest level of triathlons for the better part of a decade and a half. Even so, he finds it important to make the races his company organizes as beginner-friendly as possible.
The Churn and Burn circuit race of the Town Challenge Mountain Bike race series was cancelled Wednesday night in the face of persistent rain and lightning and it’s not likely to be rescheduled.
Take away the competitive aspect of a race and what you have left is a ride, which is exactly what the Eriksen Tour de Steamboat is all about.
In a sense, Madison Slater’s world turns upside down at 4 p.m. Thursday, when check in begins and the action starts in the three day, 160-team Steamboat Mountain Soccer tournament.