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Tejay van Garderen at the Tour de France
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SportsTejay van Garderen will not race USA Pro Challenge, opts for Vuelta a España instead

Van Garderen, a part-time Aspen resident, is looking to redeem himself after dropping out of the Tour de France with illness
07/29/2015 05:31 PM MDT
Top American cyclist Tejay van Garderen on Wednesday told the USA Pro Challenge he would race the Vuelta a España instead of returning to defend his back-to-back titles, saying he needed 
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For Cannondale-Garmin, an 'honorable' Tour de France, but one short of expectations
07/26/2015 04:59 PM MDT - Andrew Talansky's slow start to this year's cycling season was a sign the 26-year-old American with Cannondale-Garmin was either underprepared or just quietly building momentum headed into the Tour de France. Full Story

Gary Kubiak enters first year of the job he was made to do
07/27/2015 10:35 AM MDT - On Aug. 2, 1976, Gary Kubiak walked off a plane and into the rest of his life. Just 14 years old, he absorbed the enormousness of the Kansas City Chiefs' Arrowhead Stadium, the exhilaration, the screaming fans, the red and yellow seats, the white scoreboard staring from above the top deck as if it were a robot raising its hand. Full Story

Chris Froome wins second Tour de France; Andrei Greipel wins final sprint in Paris
07/26/2015 12:20 PM MDT - Resplendent in yellow and riding a canary yellow bike, Chris Froome won his second Tour de France in three years on Sunday, with a leisurely pedal into Paris to wrap up a Full Story

Demaryius Thomas agrees to 5-year, $70 million deal with Broncos
07/15/2015 10:33 PM MDT - After 13 months of periodic discussions and four increases in their offer, the Broncos agreed Wednesday to a five-year, $70 million deal with star receiver Demaryius Thomas. Full Story

Longmont sculptor carves Peyton Manning out of clay
07/16/2015 11:27 AM MDT - Peyton Manning was sitting in the middle of Tim King's Longmont studio Tuesday afternoon. Full Story

Colorado Rockies' losing ways are losing their hard-core fans
07/08/2015 02:47 PM MDT - Lunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, Patrick Saunders looks at the Colorado Rockies losing their hard-core fans. Full Story

Carli Lloyd's hat trick gives US 5-2 win over Japan in Women's World Cup final
07/07/2015 03:18 PM MDT - Carli Lloyd lives for the big moment. She had her biggest on Sunday night — and gave the United States its record third Women's World Cup title. Full Story

USA defeats Germany, advances to Women's World Cup final
07/01/2015 10:53 AM MDT - Carli Lloyd buried a penalty kick, Hope Solo got another shutout and the United States beat top-ranked Germany 2-0 on Tuesday night to advance to the title match at the Women's World Cup. Full Story

Emmanuel Mudiay selected by Denver Nuggets with No. 7 pick in 2015 NBA draft
06/26/2015 09:18 AM MDT - The Nuggets stayed put with the seventh pick Thursday night, and pulled one of the biggest upsets of the night. Full Story

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College footballRick George: Pac-12 Networks need to reach more people

Deal with DirecTV could be closer due to AT&T takeover
Everywhere he goes — and that means everywhere — Colorado athletic director Rick George is dogged by a familiar question from Buffaloes fans. Full Story
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College footballRick George: Pac-12 Networks need to reach more people

Deal with DirecTV could be closer due to AT&T takeover
Everywhere he goes — and that means everywhere — Colorado athletic director Rick George is dogged by a familiar question from Buffaloes fans. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Red Fox Run

The Denver quartet takes the business side of music very seriously, and that professionalism carried through the session, which musically was marked by a passion that seemed impatient for release. Full Story