Like most of the country, U.S. distance runner Stephanie Rothstein-Bruce watched the horrific events at the Boston Marathon unfold on television.
Spectators and participants at the Bolder Boulder Memorial Day run are being asked to leave their bags and backpacks at home.
Participants and spectators in this year’s running of the Bolder Boulder should expect to see extra security during the race.
Make sure to head down to one of these moving tributes and parades on Memorial Day weekend to honor all of the heroes that have been lost in battle.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings other races across the country are now examining their security, and that includes the Bolder Boulder.
Mamitu Daska took the lead a mile in, and she never looked back to win the 6.2-mile Bolder Boulder road race Monday.
For one race, they’re colleagues instead of competitors – three runners trying to take back a title the Americans haven’t won in six years.
Sea level is for sissies. With 54,000 runners in last year’s race, the 2012 Bolder Boulder is as popular as ever with 92 heats this year from qualified professional runners to casual walkers and joggers. The Memorial Day Weekend race is one of the largest in the nation in which all participants are timed. Sponsored by Dick’s Sporting Goods, it is one of the most watched and participated-in events in Colorado.
There was a milestone at Monday’s Bolder Boulder. After 33 years the race saw its one-millionth finisher.
The Ethiopians dominate the Bolder Boulder no matter who’s wearing the bib.