While not as medal-rich as Coloradans had hoped, the Sochi Olympics provided plenty of bright spots--including gold, silver and bronze keepsakes.
Aspen’s DJ Naka G says one high-profile U.S. rider would take Guns ‘n Roses over pop music anyday.
Some Colorado athletes have been injured in practice runs. Others haven’t performed up to their own standards in competition.
Remembering "Flying Norseman" Carl Howelsen 100 years after he brought ski jumping to Steamboat Springs.
At least 19 Coloradans are competing in the Winter Games, many of them in skiing disciplines.
When Lyndsey Fry takes the ice in Sochi, Russia, next month, she'll also carry with her the memory of Liz Turgeon, a friend who was supposed to be there as well.
Slideshow: Athletes traveled to Breckenridge, Colo., this past weekend to compete in the Dew Tour where U.S. Olympic hopefuls vied for a chance to represent their country in freeski super pipe and slopestyle events.
Freeski super pipe and slopestyle are among the events debuting at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Several athletes training at Vail hope to represent Team USA in these events.
Surveys show that downhill skiing is declining in popularity, while newer outdoor sports, like freeskiing, are booming with new participants.