Swimming the English Channel is considered the Mount Everest of open-water swimming feats—these three Stapleton friends didn’t just complete it, they broke the record for the three-man relay.
Determining the right age for kids to start playing competitive sports can be a difficult choice, and now families face it even earlier. What is good and about competitive sports?
Forest City is working on a third version of the general development plan for the one square-mile parcel bordering the Wildlife Refuge, called Section 10.
Although it has long been expected there would be a regional sports complex in Section 10, the northernmost part of Stapleton, it is not in the plans presented at the June 26 public meeting. But the mayor says a sports complex will be built south of 56th Ave.
Of the more than 450 youth who participate in NE Denver lacrosse (lax) leagues, three players were selected to participate in the opening ceremony at the World Lacrosse games.
Thirty-eight nations will compete at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park July 10 to 19. Click “more” to see a video.
Interested in biking in NE Denver? TMA Association Outreach Coordinator Eric Herbst has compiled a list of suggestions for where to begin (and end for that matter).
How did Denver’s thin air impact Matt Prater’s record-breaking kick? Read a scientific analysis.
With a wide range of sports teams and programs nearby, the Front Porch guide to youth sports can help decide what’s right for your child.
If your child is interested in playing a sport, check our compilation of all the local sports leagues, from co-ed to recreational to competitive. An updated version is coming this January. Submit your child’s sports team information to email@example.com to have that team or league added to our upcoming guide to sports teams.