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Category Archives: Running

Stryd: Heck yeah, we’re from Boulder

If running 10 percent more efficiently could help you shave 30 seconds off your next 5K run, would you?

Personal trainer from Gold Hill sets record with 57 fourteeners in 32 days, eight hours

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.

Emma Coburn, Jenny Simpson ready for Paris, Zurich Diamond League races post-Olympics

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.

Ian Sharman wins second straight Leadville 100

Ian Sharman won his second consecutive Leadville 100 run on Saturday and his third overall after passing Max King up Powerline near mile 80.

End of “run” for Louisville’s Pearl Izumi

Active wear retailer Pearl Izumi announced Thursday that it would exit the running gear business to focus on cycling gear, ceasing production of its running footwear and apparel beginning in January 2017.

End of “run” for Louisville’s Pearl Izumi

Active wear retailer Pearl Izumi announced Thursday that it would exit the running gear business to focus on cycling gear, ceasing production of its running footwear and apparel beginning in January 2017.

How talk with father helped Jenny Simpson become greatest female U.S. 1,500-meter runner ever

Their conversation opened a path to the University of Colorado and a history-making career in track and field.

Emma Coburn makes history in steeplechase at Rio with family looking on

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.

Slayings in New York, Massachusetts reinforce female joggers’ fears

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.

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