BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The streets of Boulder would have been filled with thousands of people preparing to race in the BolderBoulder. The event was moved to a virtual run after the coronavirus pandemic gripped the state.
Organizers didn’t want runners to miss out, so they posted about their virtual 10K on their Facebook page. People ran, jogged or walked and shared their pictures on social media.
Organizers hope to have an in-person BolderBoulder on Labor Day.