Following on the wheel of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, the first-ever Log Hill Lungbuster bike race takes place Sunday, Sept. 16. Start training now.
Sprinting through a cacophony of clanging cowbells and frantic fans, American Tejay Van Garderen of BMC Racing Team came out of nowhere with Christian Vande Velde on his tail for a thrilling Stage ...
Stage 2 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge left Montrose in a blur.
The newly expanded 18-hole Double Cabin Disc Golf Course – a summer recreational gem of Mountain Village – is hosting the first annual Telluride Mountain Disc Golf Tournament on Friday and Saturday...
Community ride hopes to celebrate cycling when USA Pro Cycling Challenge comes to town.
Each day of the Ouray Canyon festival, participants will don wetsuits and climbing harnesses, and head into the depths of Ouray's prolific canyon systems.
In the last week of June, the rivers of Southwest Colorado were near record low flows, but in just five weeks, green has replaced brown and yellow.
The Indians are in training camp for the next two weeks, a grueling time for players to condition their minds and bodies to the task before them – making the state 4A playoffs.
Several elite athletes are expected to compete in this Saturday’s Mt. Sneffels Marathon/Half Marathon, including the Kenyan-born Robert Cheseret who narrowly missed a chance to compete in the 2012 ...
For "Telluride Hiking Guide" author Susan Kees, hiking around the Telluride region is about much more than exercise. It’s about exploration.
Weightlifting celebrity Holley Mangold stopped by Hypoxia Gym in Ouray to share a few pointers on her way to the London Olympics, where she’ll represent Team USA in the superheavyweight division.
Soccer pro Robert Perez worked with local athletes in Telluride this week.
This year, a brand-new touchstone presided over the race’s beginning, and end, on a dirt street in downtown Silverton, awaiting its first kiss.
Saturday's bicycle charity ride raises money to help cancer patients with non-traditional expenses.
The Telluride Baseball Festival offers young players, ages 5-18, the combination of an instructional baseball camp followed by a competitive wood bat baseball tournament.
Montrose Indians Head Coach Landon Wareham expects the tournament to bring in up to 300 players, parents and fans from around the Midwest.
This year’s Hardrock drama unfolds from July 13-15, beginning at 6 a.m. on Friday morning and ending, for some runners, a full 48 hours later.
In the Women’s division, Eva Stovicek and Sara Martinez, who enjoyed the uphill advantage, rapidly dispatched Nicole Edder and Jordan Herndon in a skirmish that lasted only about two minutes.
Now More Than Ever, Fishing on the Dolores Is ‘Lights-Out!’
Peaks Tennis Program bringing business to Mountain Village through rapidly growing tennis camps.