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On Saturday July 25, approximately 200 brave mountain bikers battled torrential downpours, mud fields, and steep climbs to compete in the seventh annual Telluride 100 race. Among the riders were 13 locals. 

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Last weekend I watched a pick-up game at 20th and Blake in lower downtown Denver, and it reminded me of a game Jack Kerouac wrote about some 63 years earlier on a sandlot just blocks away at 23rd and Welton.

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A famous Chinese proverb often attributed to the ancient sage Lao Tzu states, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” In local ultrarunner Sarah Lavender Smith’s case, it was a journey of 179 miles and a whopping 58,684 feet of elevation gain over the course of a week, t…

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The Miners are moving on. The Telluride High School basketball teams — both girls and boys — advanced to the Class 2A Regionals with key victories over the weekend in the San Juan Basin District Tournament in Cortez.

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We do things differently in Colorado, especially for baseball. We put our stamp on the game well before Larry Walker headed south from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, as a Rockies free agent signing in 1995. He turned an exciting team into a winning team, anchoring the Blake Street Bombers an…

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Last weekend I watched a pick-up game at 20th and Blake in lower downtown Denver, and it reminded me of a game Jack Kerouac wrote about some 63 years earlier on a sandlot just blocks away at 23rd and Welton.

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A famous Chinese proverb often attributed to the ancient sage Lao Tzu states, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” In local ultrarunner Sarah Lavender Smith’s case, it was a journey of 179 miles and a whopping 58,684 feet of elevation gain over the course of a week, t…

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The Miners are moving on. The Telluride High School basketball teams — both girls and boys — advanced to the Class 2A Regionals with key victories over the weekend in the San Juan Basin District Tournament in Cortez.

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We do things differently in Colorado, especially for baseball. We put our stamp on the game well before Larry Walker headed south from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, as a Rockies free agent signing in 1995. He turned an exciting team into a winning team, anchoring the Blake Street Bombers an…

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We do things differently in Colorado, especiallyfor baseball. We put our stamp on the game well before Larry Walker headed south from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, as a Rockies free agent signing in 1995. He turned an exciting team into a winning team, anchoring the Blake Street Bombers and…

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The new head coach of the Telluride boys team experienced the roller coaster of high school basketball during the opening two games of the season over the weekend.

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Curling may be centuries old, but it’s relatively new to the U.S.

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The state playoff run for the Telluride High School boys soccer team ended in Lafayette Wednesday, as the Miners, who had opened the playoffs with a dynamic 7-1 win over Thomas MacLaren School of Colorado Springs, fell to host Dawson School 2-0 in the 2A state quarterfinals.

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The Telluride High School boys soccer team will open the Class 2A state playoffs with a home match this week, after a bit of a weather delay.

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Telluride Torpedoes swimmer Lila Renke won a pair of prestigious statewide honors over the weekend at the annual Colorado Swimming Swimposium in Denver.