Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Aug. 19 |

Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, Aug. 19

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• A fire near Hayden was fully contained Saturday evening after burning 1,225 acres. Fire near Hayden 100 percent contained

• The 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge is expected to draw record crowds to watch some of the best cyclists in the world. But the week-long event also will create unprecedented traffic complications. USA Pro Cycling race draws spectators, tests Colorado traffic mettle

• The USA Pro Challenge kicks off at 1:05 p.m. Monday in Aspen, a 66-mile stage beginning and ending in the town. It's the start of a journey that will define the week for many — fans of cycling and otherwise — in Steamboat Springs. USA Pro Challenge begins trek to Steamboat

• Tammy Jacques was named the Queen Bee on Sunday after winning the marathon portion of the Steamboat Stinger. Jacques the Queen Bee for Steamboat Stinger

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• Leroy Atencio was one of 310 individuals to finish Sunday’s Steamboat Triathlon, but the man injured 23 years ago did so looking forward to his future as a triathlete, not backward at the injury that put him in a wheelchair. Triathletes fly through Catamount course

• In the world of rodeo, events like the Routt County Fair's — a part of the Rocky Mountain Bronc Riders Association — are the minor leagues, and Sunday they were filled with cowboys struggling to keep their dreams alive. Routt County Fair’s rodeo fosters cowboy dreams

Deb Babcock: Collecting, storing and planting a garden from seed

Monday Medical: Sports physicals no substitute for wellness exams

Steamboat briefs: CDOT releases information about road closures during Pro Challenge

The Record for Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013

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