Twenty-sixteen was a banner year in Colorado sports. These finalists for our Professional Athlete of the Year award helped make it so.
Move over T.J. Oshie, there is a new shootout wunderkind in town. On Wednesday, Troy Terry went 3-for-3 in a nail-biting seven-round shootout.
Twenty-sixteen was a banner year in Colorado sports. These finalists for our Executive of the Year award helped make it so.
Due to Denver weather forecasts, the National Western Stock Show has canceled the annual Stock Show Parade scheduled for Thursday at noon.
On Saturday night in western New York, the Mammoth defense was supreme in Colorado’s 12-8 road win at KeyBank Center on Opening Night.
With a win on Thursday, Mikaela Shiffrin would be the first skier since Bode Miller to win six World Cup races before January 1.
With the power of FANchise, the Colorado Crush are looking to change the way we, as fans, watch sports forever
The Outlaws signed Brent Adams on Tuesday to a two-year contract to play midfield. Adams loves Colorado and didn't have any hesitations signing with Denver.
Adams amassed 78 career points (57 goals and 18 assists) and 98 ground balls in his five seasons with the Chesapeake Bayhawks and Boston Cannons.
Join Todd and all the Fan of the Year finalists on Saturday, December 10 at Mile High Spirits (2201 Lawrence Street, Denver, CO, 80205) at 6 p.m. as we announce the winner of the inaugural Fan of the Year contest.