Mt. Sneffels Marathon adds new category
Telluride’s Benchmark Program will teach 50 kids the sport of golf this summer, along with a few other life skills.
The Bowl Championship Series is a real mess, a waste of time, and the implosion of its national championship system is underway.
NORWOOD – Norwood’s Wright Stuff Community Foundation presents its Third Annual Wright Stuff Challenge, a 5k/10k race for walkers and runners, on Saturday, June 25, on the county roads south of tow...
Telluride-bred pro-cyclist Scott Mercier made his decision about performance enhancing drugs more than a decade ago.
Ridgway Area Trails group (RAT) is hosting a trail building class and fundraiser/party June 9-12 in Ridgway.
The Telluride-Norwood Girls track team took third at state, the boys fifth, proving they’re among the best athletes Colorado.
Volunteers and county staff work to keep Fairgrounds race track in shape.
Ouray track brought home four podium finishes (and two school records) from the state track meet last weekend.
Alpine Bank National Junior College World Series this Memorial Day Weekend, in Grand Junction.
The combined Ouray-Ridgway-Silverton-Lake City high school track and field team qualified a dozen athletes to the state championships next week in Lakewood.
Telluride/Norwood high schools are headed to the state track and field meet with a menacing reputation.
Black Canyon Ascent course records still stand
The Ouray County Soccer Assn. offers a season wrap-up.
What once was a sure thing, Tiger Woods’ quest to beat Jack Nicklaus’ major wins record is now seriously in question after last weeks withdrawal from the Players Championship.
The previously undefeated THS girls soccer team loses in the first round of the state tournament.
Telluride's Gus Kenworthy is Whistler's Overall Champion in season's four-day finale. “It's kind of weird,” said the characteristically modest world champion, whose sport will be in the 2014 Winte...
Trojan track and field athletes continued to improve at Cowboy Invitational in Gunnison.
Running event at Black Canyon will help local nonprofits.
At the 2011 National Championships in Copper Mountain last week, snowboarder Molly Cooney won four of five events, leading the well-decorated Telluride pack.