Steamboat Springs swimmer Grace O’Reilly, Isabella O’Reilly and Jenna Smith recently returned from the state swim meet with top results.
Johnny Spillane spent more than a decade competing in Nordic combined. Now he's commenting on others, severing as a color commentator for NBC Sports during the broadcast of the Nordic World Ski Championships. Those are taking place in Lahti, Finland, but Spillane's calling the action from Denver.
OARS rafting guide Russell Schubert navigates a placid stretch of the Green River well below the extended rapid known as Hell's Half Mile in Dinosaur National Monument in 2016.
Nikki and Bryan Fletcher welcomed their first child last summer and went through all the emotions and life changes most parents deal with. One difference? Bryan, on the U.S. Nordic combined ski team, spent most of the last four months in Europe competing on the World Cup circuit.
Ellery Fletcher has been able to watch from afar as her father, Bryan Fletcher, has competed on the World Cup circuit.
Ellery Fletcher was born in August, just three months before her father, Bryan Fletcher, left for the World Cup season in Europe.
Having on parent spend five months a year in Europe training and competing on the World Cup circuit hasn't been easy, but the Fletchers have found ways to make it work.
Bryan Fletcher said he tries to make the most of his time at home with his daughter, Ellery.
Serving spring: Mae Thorp, a Steamboat Springs High School freshman, eyes the ball for an over-the-shoulder shot Friday as the Sailors' girls tennis team opened the spring season at home against Evergreen. The squad plays again at noon today at home against Grand Junction. The tennis team was the first local spring high school sports team to get into action.
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