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5 things we learned from Trey McBride at Mountain West Media Days

LAS VEGAS — The 2021 season is just around the corner and with it comes the annual preseason media days. In a one-on-one interview with DNVR at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas last week, Colorado State’s superstar tight end Trey McBride dove into a variety of topics, including what the team has emphasized this offseason and why he ultimately decided…
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[WATCH] Summer skiing on high mountain pass in Colorado

While it may not have been the freshest of snow, one skier in Colorado managed to find a few turns down a mountainside in July. The skier follows a narrow line of snow off Independence Pass, which reaches a top elevation of 12,095 feet above sea level as it crosses the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains.

‘Simone’s bravery is teaching us all a lesson,’ Colorado doctor and former gymnast commends Olympian

AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — FOX31 is getting a greater perspective of why medical staffers are suggesting Simone Biles should withdraw from Olympic events. Flips and perfect finishes initially made Biles a role model to so many. However, her latest decisions, prioritizing mental health on the world’s center stage at the Olympics is something sports medicine doctors hope young athletes can learn from.
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Meet the Olympians from Colorado at the Tokyo Summer Games

Data: Team USA; Cartogram: Connor Rothschild/AxiosColorado counts 34 athletes in the Olympic Games in more than 14 sports and 23 disciplines, according to Team USA.Why it matters: We love to cheer for our hometown heroes as they go for the gold! By the numbers: Colorado's athlete count is the third most in the nation — behind California's 126 and Florida's 51, according to an Axios analysis.The athletes self-report their hometowns.In reality, dozens more Olympians live in Colorado because they train here — and the same goes for athletes from other countries, too.Meet the athletes here:The sports are arranged in alphabetical...
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Experience the thrill of the Olympics at this museum in Colorado

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs has been seeing a steady climb in the number of people visiting since it opened, and during the Tokyo games, expect these numbers to jump. U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Vice President of Athlete Engagement Michelle Dusserre-Farrell said...
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Colorado Day Bash, high-altitude cycling, Elitch Gardens, Olympics fun and more things to do this weekend

Best Bets: Colorado Day Bash, high-altitude cycling, Elitch Gardens and more. Sunday. Colorado officially became a state on Aug. 1, 1876, and Stranahan’s whiskey distillery is celebrating the occasion with a Colorado Day Bash featuring free tours, live music and food trucks to pair with its lineup of libations. The event, which runs noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 1, is free to attend, but visitors are encouraged to book a time slot in advance.