Joel Reichenberger

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Beijing's win draws mixed reactions in Steamboat Springs

Kidd: Decision is unfortunate

The site of the 2022 Winter Olympics was announced Friday, and local Olympians and Olympic hopefuls met the news with mixed reactions.

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Safe at home: Wounded Marines step in as umpires at Triple Crown

Wounded Marines step in as umpires at Triple Crown

In the chaos of the Triple Crown World Series playing out this weekend in Steamboat Springs, wounded warrior Marines serving as umpires find solace.

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National championship on the line for skiers

There’s still something special about being a “national champion,” and that’s what will drive the top U.S. Nordic combined and special jumping athletes on Saturday in Park City, Utah.

Local squad wins two in World Series

Steamboat’s U12 baseball team got everything it wanted from a week in Park City at the Triple Crown World Series.

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Baumgartner steps down in Hayden

After 13 years teaching and coaching in the Hayden district, Shawn Baumgartner has resigned from his position with the school and as the head football coach, taking a job at Steamboat Springs High School to be closer to his family.

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Up, up and away, Storm Peak Climb awaits

The Storm Peak Hill Climb is one of the toughest challenges in the Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, leaving some riders struggling with their feelings about the impending grind.

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Epic challenge awaits triathletes in Boulder

Fast or slow, a pack of Steamboat Springs triathletes are focused on finishing Sunday's Ironman Boulder triathlon, a 140.6-mile test that's in many ways taken over their lives this summer.

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Tennis Center changeover planned for 2016

It’s just time, said Jim Swiggart, 26 years the director at Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. Or, rather, it will be time, in about 14 months.

Youth the focus at weekend tennis tournament

The annual Steamboat Tennis Association tournament, which begins Friday at Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs, is largely meant to raise money for young players and to keep the juniors program at the center going strong and filled with athletes.

Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim results, July 20, 2015

Results from the Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim, July 20, 2015

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The Olympic torch blazes in Sochi, Russia in 2014. The site for the 2022 Olympics was announced Friday as Beijing, a complicated choice as the region in China rarely sees actual snowfall.

Kyle Bujno, a 19-year veteran of the Marine Corps, signals a ball foul during a Triple Crown tournament game in Steamboat Springs on Wednesday.

Tony Mauro pulls his umpire's face mask over his United States Marine Corps sunglasses Wednesday during the Triple Crown youth baseball tournament in Steamboat Springs. Mauro is one of nearly a dozen veterans with disabilities serving as umpires at this week's tournament.

Hayden coach Shawn Baumgartner speaks with his team after a win at home in the 2012 eight-man football playoffs. That was one of seven playoffs appearances Baumgartner's Tigers earned in his 12 years guiding the program. He announced Tuesday night that he was resigning from the district to take a job in Steamboat Springs.

Tony Dickson pedals near the top of Mount Werner during last year's Storm Peak Hill Climb. The Town Challenge returns to the grueling climb Wednesday.

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