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Colorado up for another challenge

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It was such a success last year, more of the top teams and cyclists wanted to race in the USA Pro Challenge this year. More than 1 million spectators watched the inaugural USA Pro Cycling Challenge in 2011, making it one of the largest ...



By Matt Meyer

The 2012 Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open golf tournament provides a rare challenge. It takes place at two different courses during the three-day event, each course with its own tests that can frustrate professionals and amateurs alike. Golfers ...

Lands End Hill Climb moved to accommodate Pikes Peak

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Blame the devastating wildfires across the state earlier this summer for the absence of auto racing this weekend on Grand Mesa. The Lands End Hill Climb originally was scheduled for this weekend, but it recently was rescheduled to the end of ...

Timeout, Aug. 15, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...

Low scorers Pimm, Schneiter return to play in RMO

By Patti Arnold

Dustin Pimm and Steve Schneiter tore up Bookcliff Country Club and Tiara Rado Golf Course last summer, both finishing 20 under par in the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open. Both shot a 62 during the 54-hole tourney, and both shot 9-under in the ...

Gladiators win championship

By Staff

Zach Bloemen blocked a field goal attempt with a minute remaining Saturday as the Grand Junction Gladiators won the APFL2 championship by defeating the Denver Titans 20-17 at Shea Stadium. The Gladiators, in their third season, will play in ...


West-bound doctor brought sports medicine to Grand Junction

By Patti Arnold

It took Larry Copeland and his wife, Janice, five years and 14 trips out West to find just the right place. “I had always wanted to live out West,” said Copeland, who grew up in Missouri and spent the first several years of his ...


Breaking through

By Nick Walter

Lindsay Painton cried often in car rides from swimming practice back to her Aurora home. That was December of 2010. She almost quit. Her failure to lower her swimming times became a two-year plateau. Friends and family told her to keep ...


Colorado proud

By Nick Walter

The final day of the Western Zone Age Group Championships is today, and Colorado Swimming is looking to protect the house, represent the state — all those territorial cliches. The rivalry has arrived. Colorado Swimming and Pacific ...


Prank you very much

By Nick Walter

Thanks, Mia Brierly said, for none of the pranks. There’s more to succeeding at the Western Zone Age Group Championship than swimming fast. It helps to avoid gags. And it’s tradition. The zone championships, aside from being a ...

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