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Runners use Rim Rock Marathon as an escape from everyday life

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Running gives Zachary Martin a much-needed brain break. The 23-year-old law student at the University of Colorado was the first runner to reach Cold Shivers Point and the first individual runner across the finish line Saturday in the Rim Rock ...


Rim Rock Marathon organizers making sure everything is ready

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Now in its third year, the Rim Rock Marathon doesn’t exactly run itself, but all of the pieces are in place. Last-minute details pop up, just like race-day entrants, but at 8 a.m. Saturday, rain, snow or shine, more than 200 runners ...

Jussel: Reality is, the Broncos need to stick with Tebow

By Rick Jussel

So much for “… and they lived happily ever after.” It’s time for a reality show. Mark Schlereth, longtime Bronco offensive lineman and current NFL analyst with ESPN, suggested several weeks ago that the Denver Bronco ...

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Martinez movitated by MMA

By Scott Schlaufman

When Dominic Martinez decided to start training for mixed martial arts last December, he didn’t intend to become an actual fighter. Rather, the 2001 Central High School graduate was just looking for a way to stay in shape. “I ...

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Kynlee Renfro making impact with KidzPlex after ankle injury

By Scott Schlaufman

At only 9 years old, Kynlee Renfro has plenty of experience in gymnastics. She’s been involved in the sport since she was 3. In late September, though, she wasn’t sure she’d even get a chance to start the new season for the ...

Jussel: Heroics push Broncos fans to be believers in Tim Tebow

By Rick Jussel

With just more than 5 minutes remaining in last Sunday’s NFL broadcast from Miami, I looked at favorite grandson Cody and favorite mutt Shilo and said, “Come on, you two. We’re heading outside for a walk.” I was ...

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Family of fighters: Trio uses mixed martial arts as outlet for aggression

By Scott Schlaufman

Val Barney figures mixed martial arts has been the key to keeping good relationships within her family. Whether training at the 8th Street Gym or simply roughhousing on the floor while watching the Ultimate Fighting Championship, it ...

Jussel: Tebow gets his chance to shine in QB-centric NFL

By Rick Jussel

They say the NFL is a quarterback’s league. They ain’t just a woofin’. Green Bay is the best team in the league to this point. Aaron Rodgers is playing at the All-World, maybe even All-Galaxy level. In the AFC, New England ...


Local bikers enjoy cyclocross by

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Bikers from all disciplines came together Saturday morning at Sherwood Park to compete in the first of five cyclocross races put on by “Cyclocross is meant to completely test a rider,” said Mike Driver, the race ...

GJ cyclist Collier teams up with nonprofits to help Ugandan women

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It’s been a while since Corey Collier has been in a bicycle race. The Grand Junction native and Fruita Monument High School graduate, who raced professionally at one time, will ride in the Brazil Ride, a seven-day, 360-mile stage race, ...

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