Category Archives: Running
Joe Grant, a trainer for endurance athletes, spent a little more than 32 days pedaling to and climbing all the Colorado fourteeners, setting a self-propelled, self-supported record.
Still riding high from their historic performance of winning bronze medals at the Rio Games, Emma Coburn and Jenny Simpson now head to Paris and Zurich to race two final times this season in their respective events.
Their conversation opened a path to the University of Colorado and a history-making career in track and field.
Emma Coburn became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, claiming bronze Monday morning while breaking her own American record.
Colorado’s Emma Coburn wins bronze in steeplechase at Rio Olympics, becomes 1st U.S. woman to ever medal in event
Boulder’s Emma Coburn claimed the first American medal ever in the steeplechase Monday morning, taking bronze in a race won by Ruth Jebet of Bahrain.
The slayings over the past week of two women who had gone running in New York City and rural Massachusetts just reinforce the fears of many female athletes and help explain why untold numbers avoid working out alone, at night or in secluded places.