Research shows top athletes have gotten taller and heavier over the years and that size provides a competitive advantage.
World champion wrestler Adeline Gray, who makes her Olympic debut in Rio, says you can be a fighter and still be feminine.
Roger Pielke, Jr., founder of CU-Boulder's Sports Governance Center, writes about cheating in elite sports in his forthcoming book, "The Edge."
Three Coloradans will compete on the U.S. Paralympic swim team, including Brickelle Bro, who was born without feet.
Years after the Boulderite won in Munich in 1972 he crusaded against doping in sports and came to grips with physical abuse he suffered as a child
David Higgins will compete in prone rifle after becoming the first cadet-athlete to make the U.S. Olympic team.
A Denver author tells why writers like Shakespeare and Hemingway, and everyday people, are attracted to words taken from sports.
A scientist's encounter with falling rock -- and an outdated guidebook -- led him study how changing environments affect climbers.
The team is focused on rebuilding from within -- not through trades. That's left new fences at Coors Field grabbing headlines.