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CLASSIC 10K: Results ** Photos, Gallery 1** Video, Race Start ** Interview with Mario Macias

JACK QUINN'S PHOTOS: Gallery 1** Gallery 2

ASCENT CYCLING 50: Photos 

BARR TRAIL MOUNTAIN RACE: Results! ** Photos ** Video

24 HOURS ON THE INCLINE: Brandon Stapanowich nails 22 Incline Ascents in 24 hours

JULY 4 FUN RUN: Photo Gallery ** Video, Race Start ** Interview with Adam Rich

HALF ON THE FOURTH: Photo Gallery 1 ** Photo Gallery 2 ** Video, Interview with Norman Mininger ** Interview with Kayla Regulski

ASCENT CYCLING No. 2: Results ** Photo Gallery 1,  Gallery 2, and Gallery 3 ** Video, Start of Cat 2/3 race ** Start of Pro/Cat 1 race

SAILIN' SHOES: Results! **  Photos, Gallery 1 ** Gallery 2 ** Video, Race Start ** Interview with Sarah Guhl

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Tonia Smith posted a blog post

Expect the Unexpected

We visited family back east this week. The theme in my life most recently has been to expect the unexpected. The day before we flew out, I had planned to get up early and get in one last fairly long run on dirt before heading to the land of road running. The roads are not kind to my bones.Monday morning I got up and took our ten year old bullmastiff out for a walk. She had seemed a little gimpy in the preceding days but was getting around ok, until Monday morning. We walked to the house at the…See More
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Bill Beagle commented on Brianne Pierson's blog post Getting ready for the Wild, Wild West
"Brianne, I didn't know you had 3 legs!  Where have you been hiding that third one? No wonder you're faster than I am. BTW, are you calling me a grandma?"
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Tracy Thelen posted a blog post

Mother Nature always wins

I promised fireworks, hard racing and excitement at the final Ascent Cycling Series. I wrote that on grey, dreary day with thunder rumbling in the background, feeling hopeful that we would be racing. After all, it was supposed to be sunny with a 50% chance of showers for Race day, and the ground needed all the moisture the clouds were currently dumping. We'd be racing. It might be a little muddy a little damp, but we would be racing.Well... For the first time that I can remember, Mother Nature…See More
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Expect the Unexpected

We visited family back east this week. The theme in my life most recently has been to expect the unexpected. The day before we flew out, I had planned to get up early and get in one last fairly long run on dirt before heading to the land of road running. The roads are not kind to my bones.

Monday morning I got up and took our ten year old bullmastiff out for a walk. She had seemed a little gimpy in the preceding…

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Posted by Tonia Smith on August 1, 2014 at 7:45am

Mother Nature always wins

I promised fireworks, hard racing and excitement at the final Ascent Cycling Series. I wrote that on grey, dreary day with thunder rumbling in the background, feeling hopeful that we would be racing. After all, it was supposed to be sunny with a 50% chance of showers for Race day, and the ground needed all the moisture the clouds were currently dumping. We'd be racing. It might be a little muddy a little damp, but we would be racing.



Well... For the first time that I can remember,… Continue

Posted by Tracy Thelen on July 31, 2014 at 2:32pm

Getting ready for the Wild, Wild West

The countdown is on for the Wild West Relay which runs from Ft. Collins to Steamboat Springs starting at the butt-crack of dawn (actually, before that) tomorrow. I'm proud to be running with the Schriever Striders which is coordinated by the one and only Pikes Peak Sports Triple Crown of Running alum, Vanessa Shawver. I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to run with this fun group. The total mileage for my 3 legs is around 20 miles but I may jump in on some other legs to get a 50k in…

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Posted by Brianne Pierson on July 31, 2014 at 9:55am — 1 Comment

Unlike sharks, runners can stand still...or so we're told.

I've dealt with the past week and a half of this whole "not-running-on-an-injury" thing pretty well.  Now, my resolve is wearing thin.  I know, I know, runners are not like sharks - we don't die if we stop moving.  That may be true in the most literal sense, but the similarities ends there.  There is a emotional and social death that occurs when a runner is not running for more than a few consecutive days.  Dramatic? Yes, but hear me out.  When you run, you have lots of friends who run.…

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Posted by Mary Baldwin on July 29, 2014 at 8:37pm

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