Updated: June 30, 2015 12:09:00 AM MDT
 
 
 
 
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Former CU club ski coach under investigation over misuse of $100K in student dues

Palmer Hoyt defends paying himself from unsanctioned bank account
03/22/2015 09:55 AM MDT
A former University of Colorado club ski team coach who says he was forced to resign over "ethical misconduct" allegations is now the subject of a criminal investigation over whether he misappropriated more than $100,000 in dues paid by student athletes. 
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Apolo Ohno in Boulder today for unveiling of shoe-themed statue
07/31/2014 08:20 AM MDT - Famed Olympic speedskater Apolo Ohno is scheduled to visit the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art this morning for the unveiling of a shoe-themed statue titled "Sole of the Community." Full Story

CU triathlon wins 15th national title
04/07/2014 09:28 PM MDT - This year, the University of Colorado's triathlon team won the overall team title at USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships in Tempe, Ariz., for the fifth year in a row, making it a total of 15 national championships. The student-run club sports team won by 21 points this year, a big leap from the two-point lead they had last year. Full Story

Former CU-Boulder coach Mike Ricci honored by USA Triathlon as coach of the year
03/10/2014 06:04 PM MDT - In 2008, when Mike Ricci took over as head coach of the University of Colorado triathlon team, the Buffs had not won a national championship in five years. The team went on to win four national championships under Ricci's guidance. Full Story

Triathlon named NCAA emerging sport for women, but no changes at CU-Boulder
01/30/2014 10:55 AM MST - Last week, the NCAA Division I Legislative Council approved triathlon as the next emerging sport for women. Full Story

CU-Boulder men take podium, aim for conference finals, nationals
10/04/2013 03:05 PM MDT - The University of Colorado's cycling team hopes that the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Conference's race in Snowmass Village on Sept. 22 was a tell-tale sign of how the team will perform at nationals in late October. Full Story

CU-Boulder's Michelle Mehnert overcame a heart defect to win national title
04/30/2013 08:14 PM MDT - For much of her life as a triathlete, Michelle Mehnert has been racing from behind. But not this year. Full Story

CU-Boulder taekwondo team brings home 5 medals at national championships
04/15/2013 10:04 PM MDT - Kicks and the punches were flying over the weekend in Colorado Springs at the U.S. Olympic Complex where the 38th National Collegiate Taekwondo Championships were held on Sunday. Full Story

CU triathlon team wins fourth straight national title
04/14/2013 08:32 PM MDT - The University of Colorado-Boulder triathlon team won its fourth straight national title on Saturday in Tempe, Ariz., at the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships. Full Story

CU-Boulder Taekwondo Club gets its kicks and wins
03/07/2013 05:09 PM MST - Don't be alarmed if you hear a roar in the University of Colorado Boulder Recreation Center. It might just be the CU Taekwondo Club kihaping -- a martial arts word for shouting -- as they perform striking techniques during practice. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Sefo Liufau expects gain from 2014 pain

After close losses, quarterback believes Buffs ready to win
Now that he is more than a half year removed from his sophomore season, Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau can reflect with some perspective and not just feel that sick feeling in his stomach that comes from so many missed opportunities. Full Story
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College footballCU football: Sefo Liufau expects gain from 2014 pain

After close losses, quarterback believes Buffs ready to win
Now that he is more than a half year removed from his sophomore season, Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau can reflect with some perspective and not just feel that sick feeling in his stomach that comes from so many missed opportunities. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Boulder's Eminence Ensemble

The term "prog rock" has been reclaimed by younger musicians who never had to live through the genre's bleak era. Prog rock, at least in its Rocky Mountain form, has evolved to emphasize its rock, funk and jam dimensions. And Eminence Ensemble embodies this progression.  Full Story