• BBSC Triathlon’s Boulder Sunset Triathlon Recap – An Endurance Festival!

    Submitted by Dana Willett on August 28th, 2017

    The Boulder Sunset Triathlon BBSC Triathlon really could be labeled an endurance festival. With 1,500 athletes competing in an Olympic and Sprint Distance triathlon, a duathlon and a 5k and 10k run, there was something for everyone. Families with parents racing with their kids were everywhere. Many challenged athletes participated as well. Universities from CO, WY, UT,Read More

    • Alison Freeman: What Do Body Glide and Anti-Fog Gel Have in Common?

      Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on August 28th, 2017

      A few weeks ago I was heading out for an 8-mile run, so I threw on my jog bra that provides a consistent chafe and a running skort that had recently yielded some inner thigh rub. Sound like a totally illogical clothing choice? Normally, I’d say yes – except that I had recently received some new Body Glide. So I threw that on, crossed my fingers, pondered what I was willing to risk to effectively test a product, and laced up. Read more

      • Cleveland wins, Colorado Peaks 2nd at Major League Triathlon race in Avon

        Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on August 28th, 2017

        The altitude was the x factor as Major League Triathlon racing came to Nottingham Park on Saturday. Nevertheless, the Cleveland Rock & Roll were able to maintain their dominance and come away with a win at 7,500 feet.
        The home team at Saturday’s competition was the Colorado Peaks, who finished in second and third in the first two Major League Triathlon events this season. With Vail native John O’Neill as their anchor, the Peaks again found themselves in second on Saturday. Read more

        • The Race Across The Sky: A Broad’s Guide to Why

          Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on August 26th, 2017

          Trail running, for those of you who have not tried it, can be as challenging as it is beautiful. We are spoiled in Colorado with thousands of trails to choose from. The options cater to every level of runner (and walker) and every need, from easy, wide trails through meadows to rocky, technical climbs ascending several thousand feet. Run, walk, or hike. Whatever your skill level, Colorado’s foothills and mountains have something for you. Read more