Blind man will use special glasses, app to experience colorful flavor of Bolder Boulder
From timing tags to carrying your ID, what you need to know before you head to the starting line.
It's easy to get nervous, excited and even a little intimidated before the race.
The night before the race, you may want to eat some extra carbs, but otherwise keep it normal.
The fifth mile of the course is infamous for bacon, beer and slip-n-slides.
At 5,391 feet above sea level, the hill at Casey Middle School is the highest point on the BolderBOULDER course.
Staying hydrated during the day is just as important as staying hydrated during your training runs.
You don't need to qualify to run in the BolderBOULDER, but now may be a good time to check your pace.
Now is a great time to talk about preventing injuries as you continue to train.
There are more benefits to regular aerobic exercise than you might think.