Joel Reichenberger

Sports editor

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Adventure of the week: A screaming good time

The Nordic Screamer ride down the landing hills of the ski jumps at Howelsen Hill offers plenty of thrills.

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Unstoppable Kiwi slows in Steamboat

New Zealander Jup Brown just finished running across the United States. Now he's setting off out a bike ride that will take him across the continent again. He stopped in Steamboat Springs first.

Storm hope for safe harbor at home

The Steamboat Storm collegiate baseball team hopes to get back on the right track playing at home Thursday and Saturday for a pair of doubleheaders.

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Home, sweet home for ski jumpers on Fourth of July

There’s something different, something sweet and something thrilling about the annual summer ski jumping event in Steamboat Springs.

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Hayden baseball team dominates tourney

It simply all came together at just the right time for the Hayden 8-10 year olds baseball team last weekend as it competed in a season ending tournament in Rangely.

Steamboat Legion team picks up big win

Steamboat's American Legion team won big Saturday, knocking a Vernal squad, 28-14.

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Captain of the Boat returns Thursday

The Captain of the Boat downhill mountain bike series returns to Steamboat with a 6 p.m. Thursday race at Steamboat Ski Area.

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Gravity team rolling again

Steamboat Gravity Team flying high this summer

There isn’t anything about downhill mountain biking that lends itself particularly to requiring a group of friends to participate, but members of the newly reformed Steamboat Springs Gravity Team said riding is better with a team, and that’s what’s drawn them together.

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Howelsen proves magnetic for Fisher

Ski jumper returning to coach for Winter Sports Club

After learning to ski jump on Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs' son Corby Fisher is returning to coach with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club.

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2,745 miles of dreaming: Tour Divide proves an ultimate mountain bike challenge

It takes a dreamer to tackle the 2,745 Tour Divide, and two years ago Mike Schlichtman moved to Steamboat Springs with little idea he had that particular dream in him.

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Connor Elliott screams as he flies down the hill at the Nordic Screamer.

Jack Fox runs for another ride on Howelsen Hill's Nordic Screamer.

The Nordic Screamer opens Sunday and riders are $20 and $10, depending on the hill size.

Sal Malone smiles wide while hauling his sled back for another ride on the Nordic Screamer.

Reid Sias flies through the sprinklers and down the slope on the HS45 landing hill at Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs. The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will start offering people the chance to take that ride, calling it the Nordic Screamer, on Sunday.

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