And it could happen sooner than you think.
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.
After our conversation with a Boulder author about a meaningful, yet brutal hiking experience, listeners reached out with their stories of physically challenging adventures.
A new database created by the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics shows that spending on athletics at some Colorado universities is growing at a much faster pace than spending on academics.
In Colorado Matters' monthly education roundup, learn about one writer's case against high school sports, a low score by American adults on a recent international test and a new call for parents to limit online time for kids.
In December, Outside Magazine explores why more everyday athletes -- not just the professionals -- are suffering traumatic brain injuries.
While football and basketball dominate collegiate sports at most colleges, women’s volleyball at Colorado State University has established itself as one of the school’s most-talked-about programs.
Last year, Clint Irwin considered quitting soccer.