Chasing end of season medals.
Two area teams made it to the state basketball championships this year, Ouray’s boys and Norwood’s girls.
The Telluride Mountain School senior becomes the second-ever 17-year-old to take top honors in the Pro division at the 26th Annual Legendary Mt. Baker Banked Slalom.
Less than a week after carbon monoxide sickened its players at a tournament in Gunnison, Telluride’s U-19 girls hockey team returned to competition with composure.
The Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club hosted Junior Olympics qualifying races on Milk Run last weekend.
The International Olympic Committee is considering including slopestyle in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia. With a top-ten finish at Thursday’s World Championships, Kenworthy could be poised to ...
A strong U.S. men’s team makes their mark at the 2011 World Championship mogul competition in Deer Valley; local skier Joe Discoe among the top finishers. And in slopestyle, Telluride’s own Gus Ken...
Lauren Hagemeyer moved on from volleyball stardom at Ridgway High School to college at BYU-Hawaii.
The fifth annual Rocky Mountain Dogsled Races will be an exciting way to explore the Grand Mesa and the sport.
Telluride alpine racers dominate at age class race in Crested Butte
Ice Festival gets its axe in gear.
Although U.S. Ski Team spots eluded them, TSSC mogulists rose to the occasion at high-level Selections event
Telluride and Norwood enjoyed a year in the sports spotlight in 2010, thanks to luminary athletes and record-smashing high school teams.
New snowshoe race at Black Canyon will raise funds for nonprofit foundation.
TSSC-Trained Fern Miller Among Top U.S. Women Invited to Compete in World Cup Competition in Telluride
Telluride snowrider Fern Miller comes home for her World Cup debut.
Now a professional, Miller first strapped on a snowboard with the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club at the age of 13.
After brutal setbacks, LaFramboise has shown character and perseverance on and off the field.
Holland beat out a tough field in the finals edging out Canada's Tom Velisek for the win.
Ouray runner Elysa Barron will try to run 51 marathons in 52 weeks through 2011.