Updated: July 30, 2015 4:02:26 PM MDT
 
 
 
 
(Jen Rapp / Special to The Denver Post)
Deaths of Yosemite wingsuit jumpers remain a mystery

08/04/2015 11:23 AM MDT
World-famous wingsuit flier Dean Potter had strapped his iPhone to the back of his head and hit record before jumping from a cliff in Yosemite National Park in what was to be an exhilarating flight through a V-shaped rocky formation - a route that left little margin for error. 
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Scott Jurek, Boulder ultrarunner, breaks Appalachian Trail record
07/13/2015 09:25 AM MDT - Boulder ultrarunner Scott Jurek reached Mount Katahdin in central Maine around noon on Sunday, completing the 2,189-mile Appalachian Trail faster than anyone in history. Full Story

Tube to Work Day hits Boulder Creek on Tuesday
07/13/2015 05:21 PM MDT - The eighth annual Tube To Work Day has been scheduled for 8 a.m. Tuesday, with the tubing to start at Eben G. Fine Park near Third Street and Canyon Boulevard, according to the event's co-founder, Jeff Kagan. Full Story

Andrew Hamilton breaks speed record climbing Colorado's 14,000-foot peaks
07/09/2015 12:53 PM MDT - Andrew Hamilton is a super-human mountaineer. And he's got the record to prove it.The 40-year-old dad of four early Thursday trotted down a rain-soaked Longs Peak, completing his inspiring quest Full Story

Andrew Hamilton tries climbing Colorado's 14ers in record time
07/09/2015 12:52 PM MDT - If all goes as planned, Andrew Hamilton will be racing down a likely rain-soaked Longs Peak — his 58th and final high point over 14,000 feet in Colorado, as recognized by the U.S. Geological Survey — on Wednesday afternoon, roughly 227 hours after starting up Windom. Full Story

Fundraising continues for monument to honor Boulder's place in cycling history
07/05/2015 10:27 AM MDT - Although decades have passed, artist Kimmerjae Johnson remembers clearly the first time she watched a pack of cyclists clad in brightly colored racing bibs sprint toward the finish line of the Coors International Bicycle Classic in North Boulder Park. Full Story

Boulder's Sanitas Valley Trail re-opens following months of improvements
07/03/2015 08:20 AM MDT - The Fourth of July weekend will feature the return of one of the area's most popular recreational options, with the announcement that the Sanitas Valley Trail reopened Thursday. Full Story

Lightning strike knocked some Bierstadt hikers unconscious
06/30/2015 12:09 AM MDT - Some victims of a lightning strike were knocked unconscious for as long as five minutes Sunday when lightning struck hikers about 500 feet below the summit of 14,060 foot Mount Bierstadt on Sunday. Full Story

Lightning strike on Mt. Bierstadt injures at least 3
07/20/2015 03:58 PM MDT - A dog died and several people were injured when lightning struck about 500 feet below the summit of Mount Bierstadt on Sunday morning, according to the Clear Creek Sheriff's Department. Full Story

Scrambler in critical condition after falling 50 feet from Boulder's First Flatiron
06/24/2015 02:43 PM MDT - A man was critically injured after falling at least 50 feet Tuesday evening from near the top of the First Flatiron at Boulder's Chautauqua Park, officials said. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs carry air of optimism into fall camp

Olugbode sees greater drive to win
Every coach and every player in every sport feels a sense of optimism when the start of a new season arrives. Full Story
(Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer)
College footballCU football: Buffs carry air of optimism into fall camp

Olugbode sees greater drive to win
Every coach and every player in every sport feels a sense of optimism when the start of a new season arrives. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
Second Story Garage: Plume Varia

It didn't take long for Denver music observers to notice Plume Varia. Husband and wife Shon and Cherie Cobbs formed the band only two years ago, but after about a year they started finding themselves on best-of lists and playing the scene's top venues. Full Story