MAGAZINE STORIES

The Mile High Sports Awards Show included honorees for High School, College and Pro Athlete of the Year, Coach of the Year and Sportsperson of the Year.

Located in the southwest corner of Colorado, the city of Ouray has become one of the top spots in the world for ice climbing.

One-year removed from a national championship, John Wristen, CSU-Pueblo, had his team again in the hunt for Division II's biggest prize.

Mallory Pugh, the 2015 High School Athlete of the Year, divides her time between Mountain Vista High School and the USWNT.

Adrianna Culbert, Colorado State Rams do-everything volleyball star, leaves Fort Collins with more hardware than just about anyone in program history.

After racing for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Martin Truex Jr. of Denver-based Furniture Row Racing is our 2015 Pro Athlete of the Year.

Bill Tierney just wanted someone to hurl profanity his way. Six years later he's our Sportsperson of the Year.

There's no better way to kick off our debut show on Denver 8 TV than catching up with two young stars who made debuts of their own this year in Denver.

Hundreds of sports fans, athletes, media personalities and models gathered at Mile High Spirits for the release of Mile High Sports Magazine's 2015 Snow Angels issue.

If we want college hoops to continue to grow and thrive in the football-crazed Rocky Mountain region, events like the Mile High Classic need to replace some of these powder puff non-conference games.

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