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US CUP MOUNTAIN BIKE: Video, Men's Elite XC ** Women's Elite XC ** Photos: Men's Elite

YOUTHFUL EXUBERANCE: Colorado Springs' Jared Hazen plans to go for it at Western States 100 > UPDATE: Hazen takes chances, it pays off!

JACK QUINN'S: Fun party at BRC

GARDEN OF THE GODS 10-MILE RUN: Photos, Gallery 1 ** Gallery 2 ** Video, Start of the 10-Mile ** Start of the 5K

ASCENT CYCLING SERIES: Photos, Gallery 1 ** Gallery 2 ** Gallery 3 ** Gallery 4 ** Video, Pros crush rock ** Start of Cat 2/3 race

125 NEWCOMERS AT JACK QUINNS: Gallery 1 ** Gallery 2

BIG MOUNTAIN TRAIL RACE: Photos, Marathon Start ** Half/5K start etc. ** Video, Interview CJ Hitz ** Interview with K.k. Stewart-Paul ** Interview, men's marathon winner Michael Bianchino

 

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Hazen's chances lead him to third-pace finish at Western States 100

Ultrarunner Jared Hazen said he wanted to take some chances at the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run in California.That plan paid off on Saturday as Hazen, 20, of Colorado Springs, finished third in the famous race from Squaw Valley to Auburn. He clocked in at 15 hours, 37 minutes, 55 seconds, improved his time from the…See More
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Alison Mastrangelo posted a blog post

Changing things up

 So as I mentioned in my last blog post I went home for a few days, got some much needed rest and relaxation, and visited with friends and family. While I was home I did not run on the beach as I previously had mentioned. But I did get to go surfing, which is one of my favorite things to do, and one of things I really miss about home during the summertime.…See More
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Mark Zandarski posted a blog post

Finding Consistency

Over the past 5 or so years of running I have learned a few things. Unfortunately, it seems like I need continuous reminders of those lessons. Lately I've been coming back to consistency. This has been on my mind because like most of us, I am forced to work a regular job and have other distractions. I also know from experience that the next month and a half leading up to The Ascent are extremely important. I have been working to make sure that I get my training runs in. Unfortunately it hasn't…See More
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Changing things up

 So as I mentioned in my last blog post I went home for a few days, got some much needed rest and relaxation, and visited with friends and family.

 While I was home I did not run on the beach as I previously had mentioned. But I did get to go surfing, which is one of my favorite things to do, and one of things I really miss about home during the summertime.…

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Posted by Alison Mastrangelo on July 1, 2015 at 12:00pm

Finding Consistency

Over the past 5 or so years of running I have learned a few things. Unfortunately, it seems like I need continuous reminders of those lessons. Lately I've been coming back to consistency. This has been on my mind because like most of us, I am forced to work a regular job and have other distractions. I also know from experience that the next month and a half leading up to The Ascent are extremely important. I have been…

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Posted by Mark Zandarski on June 30, 2015 at 10:30pm

Summer (Turna) Roundup

As June fades away and July is upon us, the Summer Round Up looms on my calendar in giant red letters -  my easy, at-a-glance method for identifying upcoming races. This race, the second of the Triple Crown series, is always tough because the course has never been the same for me and this year is no exception. It's hard to prepare for what seems to be the grab bag of races, but I suppose the mystery of the course can either relieve…

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Posted by Vanessa Shawver on June 30, 2015 at 12:30pm

Brand-spanking new to Trail Running

I am obsessed...already.

Hubby, canine and equine children just moved to the beautiful state of Colorado. We have been utterly enjoying the hikes and trails Colorado has to offer.

I have always liked running, but get easily bored with the environment. Recently, I began doing intervals up Mt. Cutler - still feverishly trying to get adjusted to the altitude...or at least, that is my current excuse. Surely, I will have to come up with something else shortly. I was curious about…

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Posted by Kirsten Swenson on June 29, 2015 at 5:40pm — 2 Comments

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