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Bull riders battle with high-end livestock

By Dale Shrull

Carston Smith was close, but eight seconds is a long time to stay anchored to about 2,000 pounds of bull. Angry bull that’s in no mood to be packing extra baggage. Smith stayed with every twist, turn and buck, until the very end and he ...


Bull Brawl is all about the bulls

By Dale Shrull

Anybody who knows bull riding knows it’s all about the bulls. It doesn’t matter how much skill the bull rider has, that eight-second ride won’t get a good score if the bull doesn’t buck and twist and get overly ...


Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing fundraiser is Saturday in GJ

By Staff

Fishing Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing fundraiser is Saturday in GJ The Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing annual fundraiser is set for Saturday. The event, which includes a spaghetti dinner and cash bar, will be held at the Grand ...


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Fitness through combat sports another focus for Golden Fights Gym

By Matt Meyer

One night, out of the blue, Dennis Bennett was attacked. “Somebody put a rear-naked choke on me, you know, on the street, and I didn’t know how to defend myself or what to do,” Bennett said. “So I made up my mind that ...


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The ‘fight gym’

By Matt Meyer

In 2013, before she became one of the biggest names in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, before Dancing With The Stars, celebrity cooking show Chopped and magazine covers, Paige VanZant’s road to mixed martial arts stardom cruised ...


GJ’s Hoffman defends title at Ironman in South Africa

By Staff

Just like last year, Ben Hoffman is off to a great start to the Ironman triathlon season. The Grand Junction High School alum defended his Ironman African Championship title with a strong effort in the marathon leg on April 2. Hoffman, 33, ...


Timeout, April 5, 2017

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


Sports Briefs, April 4, 2017

By Staff

Junior College Baseball Dyersburg remains No. 1 in poll Dyersburg State (Tennessee) held on to its No. 1 ranking in this week’s NJCAA Division I baseball poll. The Eagles (32-3) received nine of 10 first-place votes, with Chipola ...


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Aspen clinic motivates disabled military veterans

By Dale Shrull

ASPEN — With unblinking eyes, Steven “Blake” Bryant watches as the curling stone creeps down the ice. Two volunteers furiously sweep in front of the stone aiding its smooth glide. Then a cheer goes up and Bryant smiles. A ...


Sports Briefs, March 29, 2017

By Staff

Snowshoe Racing GJ’s Leblow wins national title Jared Leblow of Grand Junction won the men’s Junior US National Snowshoe Championship on Saturday at Mount Bachelor, Oregon. Leblow finished the 5K race in 26 minutes, 39 ...


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