The Steamboat Springs American Legion Post 44 baseball team wrapped up its summer season with a strong finish last weekend in a tournament.
Town Challenge and Captain of the Boat mountain bike races are on tap this week for local cyclists.
The Steamboat Springs Swim Team continues to rack up top finishes as it paddles towards a pack of big meets.
The Steamboat Doubles Volleyball Tournament is in its 34th year. It's been powered all that time by friends and fun as much as serves and spikes.
Thanks to two new local brewery tasting rooms that have opened in Steamboat Springs in the last year, Steamboat has a new challenge for its pedal-happy citizens: a biking brewery tour. It's 5.2 miles, barely a warm-up for many regular riders, but a perfect route for beer lovers.
The Steamboat Storm college baseball team is looking for a big finish to the season, and if it gets one, it can plan on a home playoff game when the postseason tournament begins next week.
Cyclists eager to tackle Wednesday’s unique Town Challenge race will have to wait a week. Persistent morning rain showers forced organizers into canceling the race and postponing it a week.
Steamboat Springs mountain bikers tore it up at the annual Breckenridge Firecracker 50 on Saturday.
Steamboat’s U12 youth baseball team came within a blink of winning the Mountain Magic Triple Crown baseball tournament in Steamboat Springs June 27 and now the squad is hoping to parlay that success into big runs in several looming tournaments.
It hasn’t been a strong summer for the American Legion Post 44 baseball team — a local squad composed of high school players — but the team is hoping its last regular season game can propel it to big things in this weekend’s season-ending tournament.
The Town Challenge Mountain Bike Race series returns Wednesday with its third race of the summer, the Churn & Burn Circuit Race on Mount Werner.
Todd Lodwick hasn't worked out a day since he retired from Nordic combined after his sixth Winter Olympics. That took some adjustment.
The Nordic Screamer ride down the landing hills of the ski jumps at Howelsen Hill offers plenty of thrills.
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.
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.
There’s something different, something sweet and something thrilling about the annual summer ski jumping event in Steamboat Springs.
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's American Legion team won big Saturday, knocking a Vernal squad, 28-14.
The Captain of the Boat downhill mountain bike series returns to Steamboat with a 6 p.m. Thursday race at Steamboat Ski Area.
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.
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.
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.
Todd and Heather Gollnick’s Steamboat Springs-based triathlon is called “Tri the Boat.” People certainly seem to be taking that advice.
He traveled so far and came oh-so-close, but Mitchell VeDepo said one late mistake didn’t ruin his experience on the NBC TV show American Ninja Warrior.
Looks matter when it comes to the Ford Mustangs rolling around Steamboat Springs. Sometimes, still, that's only part of the story.
Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, STARS, has been expanding its programming for military veterans for years, and now it's helping another organization send soldiers on a thrilling ride down the Colorado River in Utah.
The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo series is back starting Friday, and organizers are hoping a new social media push can boost attendance.
The Steamboat Storm baseball team won a pair of games Tuesday. It plays again Thursday, then plans to host a baseball camp for local children on Monday.
There will be bike rides for citizens and chances for autographs, cowboys on bikes and cyclists on horses, music and movies, a beer garden and, oh yeah, two massive days of bike racing when the USA Pro Challenge comes to town in August.
It's been a quick start to the summer for Steamboat Springs Swim Team racers.
The Steamboat Bike Park opens Thursday with sponsorship day, $15 for riders. The money will go to support Routt County Riders. There won't be any new trails available from the opening day, but work continues on the park and changes are coming.
Steamboat Springs’ semi-pro baseball team started its life with a pair of wins Tuesday, and it hopes to add two more when it plays its first home doubleheader at noon Thursday at Emerald Park.
Town Challenge returns with race on private ranch
The Steamboat Springs Town Challenge mountain bike series is back for the season, starting Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
Mitch VeDepo, a 2009 graduate from Hayden High School, competed on the show American Ninja Warrior and is eager to see his episode air Monday night.
Steamboat Marathon champion Richard Powell had the fastest winning time in the annual race since 2008 and cut 16 minutes of the winning time from 2014.
Former Steamboat Springs High School basketball star Michael Vandahl was announced Friday as the new head coach of the boys team, seven years after he played his last game for it and two seasons since he returned to it as an assistant coach.
Track helps Steamboat teen overcome life's hurdles
Jon Ruehle won much more than a race in his first year on the Steamboat Springs High School track team.
Hayden runner Chris Zirkle was selected as the top athlete at his school, Northwest Christian University.
Local athletes capture six more state medals
Routt County athletes closed out a successful stint at the state track meet with six medals on the final day.
Rossi third, fourth in final day of prep competition
Soroco came up big Friday at the state track meet in Lakewood, winning four medals. The Rams were led by senior Jessica Rossi, who wrapped up her career on a high note.
Hayden senior Jack Redmond has been to state, but never been comfortable on the big stage. That changed in a huge way Thursday as he flew to second place in the triple jump.
The state track meet starts bright and early Thursday morning in Lakewood. Plenty of local athletes have good chances to bring home medals.
A shuffling of administrators atop the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will make for a stronger club that produces better young people, director Jim Boyne said Tuesday.
A pair of Soroco freshmen and two Hayden seniors will help lead the way this week for local athletes at the state track meet in Lakewood.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team made the most of an opportunity it didn’t expect, or even really want. Now, after a four day delay, it is set to begin play in the state tournament.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team plays in the second-round of the Class 4A state playoffs against rival Battle Mountain.
Coach won 99 games in seven years atop program
Luke DeWolfe said Friday he's stepping down after seven years as the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team's head coach.
The 37th annual Hayden Cog Run returns with a 10 a.m. start Saturday in Hayden.
Sailors get huge 2-0 playoff win at Montrose
They got a goal early and a goal late, and it added up to one of the biggest wins in a decade for the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team.
The Steamboat boys lacrosse team found some satisfaction despite its utter disappointment at a 16-15 loss Wednesday on the road at Windsor in the first round of the Class 4A boys lacrosse playoffs.