A timeline of notable events from the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's 100-year history.
It wasn’t a surprise that Switzerland’s Lara Gut won Saturday’s women’s World Cup super-G on the Raptor race course at Beaver Creek.
Steamboat Springs Alpine skier Anna Marno got her first World Cup start Saturday at the Raptor Women’s World Cup at Beaver Creek, but she’s going to have to wait for her first finish.
Graduation and injuries aren't doing Hayden boys basketball any favors in the early going, but head coach Mike Luppes said his young group has a chance to make some noise this season.
I've skied with a lot of talented athletes throughout the years, but there is something different about taking to the slopes with a skiing legend like Billy Kidd.
Switzerland’s Lara Gut is on a streak, and the 22-year-old continued what has been a breakout season with a win at the first downhill of the World Cup season at Beaver Creek.
Soroco High School boys basketball graduated three starters from last year's improved squad, but returning pieces could spell further improvement for the Rams.
Haymaker Golf Course will open as a touring center Dec. 20, operated jointly by Steamboat Ski Area and Steamboat Ski Touring Center. The new facility will offer a shop selling and renting gear, lessons and lunch at the Haymaker Patio Grill.
Proposed changes to high school football alignment could mean extra-long road trips for Hayden and Soroco, and the loss of a rival for Steamboat Springs.
It’s just training, of course. But there is no one who wouldn’t want to trade places with Switzerland’s Lara Gut in the Raptor women’s World Cup field going into Friday's downhill at 10:45 a.m at Beaver Creek.
There were a multitude of reasons for Thursday morning’s runners to turn out for the fifth annual Turkey Trot in Steamboat Springs.
The fourth annual Turkey Bowl brought together more than 30 players to help raise money for charities.
While most cameras were turned on Olympic downhill champ Lindsey Vonn this week after she bowed out of the Nature Valley Raptor World Cup Races with a partially torn ACL, the rest of the U.S. women’s speed team quietly continued on with what they hope will be another record season.
Were it not for injuries, Steamboat's Anna Marno would have already earned her first World Cup start. On the verge of starting Saturday's super-G in Beaver Creek, however, she isn't worried about what could have been.
The U.S. Snowboard Team, announced Tuesday, is loaded with local talent. It included six Steamboat Springs athletes.