Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Mile High Sports 2017 Sportsperson of the Year: Martin Truex Jr.

After nearly seeing his personal and professional life spin out, Martin Truex Jr. drove Colorado's Furniture Row Racing to its first NASCAR title.

Von Miller chasing greatness

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is dope, and so is the fact that he's chasing history. Catch up on the Broncos' defensive leader from the October issue of Mile High Sports Magazine.

A Very Personal Assistant: Nathan MacKinnon and his mother, Kathy

Nathan MacKinnon lives over 2,500 miles from his mom, Kathy, but you’d never know it.

Balling in Bowser: The Flagler Legion Tourney celebrates 65 years

Pencils Robinson takes a trip to Flagler, where their annual American Legion Basketball Tournament has been going strong for six and a half decades.

2018 Sportsperson of the Year: Kyle Freeland

While there were many deserving finalists, the Rockies' Kyle Freeland was our choice for the Mile High Sports 2018 Sportsperson of the Year.

At Peace in Colorado: Tim Howard only looks forward

There is no question that Tim Howard’s competitive fire still burns white hot. With plenty of gas left in the tank, he still has something to prove.

A Mother’s Promise: Emmanuel Mudiay and his mother, Therese Kabeya

Nuggets point guard Emmanuel Mudiay is paying back a promise his mother made to him: That better days are always ahead.

Meteoric rise: Colorado native Mallory Pugh gets set to make a splash on a...

As the US Women's National Team battles in the World Cup, Mallory Pugh is looking to make her mark.

Defending Valor Christian

People are quick to throw stones at the state's most successful athletic program; now hear from those defending Valor Christian High School.

Furniture Row Racing and Race Central have Denver revved for the Chase

The No. 78 Toyota is looking good heading into the Chase for the Sprint Cup and Denver is starting to buzz with excitement for another Chase.