• New Green Day film to screen X Games Aspen December 13, 2013
    A Green Day documentary, an inspiring HBO film on snowboarder Kevin Pearce and musical acts Calvin Harris and Major Lazer highlight a weekend of films, music and fashion at X Games Aspen later this month.The documentary "Cuatro!" chronicles an extraordinary year in the life of Green Day. Fresh off a world tour and their trilogy of albums released l […]
  • Woods, Herman, Bowman win ski Grand Prix January 19, 2013
    Snowboard coverage Ski coverageFreeski Slopestyle Finals:British skier James Woods clinched the men's slopestyle win at the U.S. Grand Prix Freeskiing event at Copper Mountain, Colo. on Saturday, dropping in last as the first-place qualifier to beat out Australian Russ Henshaw and Canadian Alex Beaulieu-Marchand and bump American Bobby Brown off the pod […]
  • Canadian gains support for XG Moto X invite January 16, 2013
    Hailing from Kamloops, British Columbia, Kris Foster is looking to become the second Canadian in as many years to make his debut in a Moto X discipline at the X Games. While fellow countryman Bruce Cook competed last year in Moto X Best Trick, Foster has his sights set on Speed & Style in 2013. After a successful amateur racing career, Foster turned pro […]
  • WMX rider Price makes 'an impact' at pageant January 16, 2013
    Proudly wearing her Miss Motocross sash, motocross racer Sara Price didn't make it to the final 20 of the Miss California USA pageant last weekend in Pasadena, Calif. But the 2010 X Games bronze medalist in Super X came out unscathed and said she had a great experience."It was something totally different than anything I've ever done before, bu […]
  • Red Bull Linecatcher postponed due to weather January 14, 2013
    The 2013 Red Bull Linecatcher freeskiing contest was set to take place on Monday at the massive French ski resort of Les Arcs. But due to clouds looming overhead and fog descending on the open face, the start of the event has been postponed until later this week, likely Wednesday. This is the fifth edition of the Red Bull Linecatcher, which is the European v […]
  • Tabke, Hargin win ski finals at FWT Revelstoke January 13, 2013
    Snowboard coverage Ski coverageThe opening event in the newly unified Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face welcomed a fitting winner Friday in American Drew Tabke, who dominated a deep international field in Revelstoke, B.C. Not only is Tabke one of the only skiers to have followed both the European and North American tours over the past decade, he f […]
  • Barcia gets 1st career 450SX victory at Phoenix January 13, 2013
    PHOENIX -- Justin Barcia won an AMA Supercross race at Chase Field on Saturday night for his first career victory.Barcia, a rookie from Ochlocknee, Ga., became the 56th different winner in the history of the 450SX class. Two-time 450SX class champion Ryan Villopoto of Poulsbo, Wash., was second, and Davi Millsaps of Murrieta, Calif., grabbed third. Millsaps […]
  • Torah Bright back on top at U.S. Grand Prix January 13, 2013
    Snowboard coverage Ski coverage PreviewHalfpipe FinalsTorah Bright beat out Kelly Clark and Queralt Castellet in Saturday's women's halfpipe finals at the 2013 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colo., marking a return to form for the 2010 Olympic gold medalist."After the Olympics I decided I didn't want to ride pipe anymore for a […]
  • Backstrom, Yates win SNB at FWT Revelstoke January 13, 2013
    Snowboard coverage Ski coverageAfter months of buildup and a weeklong powder delay that only heightened anticipation, Ralph Backstrom and Shannan Yates made a statement on behalf of American big-mountain snowboarders Friday at the season-opening Freeride World Tour competition in Revelstoke, B.C. Backstrom defended his Revy title from a year ago, with this y […]
  • 16-year-old Dora lands second surf backflip January 13, 2013
    Aerial maneuvers are progressing at an impressive speed. Earlier this season Gabriel Medina put his stamp the North Shore season with his backflip, but this time another kid from Brazil's new generation has made his mark. Sixteen-year-old Yago Dora has been working on his version of the backflip for at least a year and his father and trainer, Leandro Do […]
  • DC Shoes hits the 10M 'likes' mark on Facebook January 11, 2013
    As social media continues to factor highly on a brand's connection to its consumer base, DC Shoes recently sent out a big thanks as its Facebook page got its ten-millionth "Like.""We couldn't have asked for a better way to kick off the new year than as the first action sports brand to reach 10 million fans on Facebook. Facebook has b […]
  • New film shot in X Games SuperPipe released January 10, 2013
    A new film starring Torin Yater-Wallace, Gus Kenworthy, Aidan Sheahan and Jacob Wester was released Thursday. Created by Vital Films, the six-minute-long short called "Days to Come" features slow-motion Cineflex and Phantom footage shot from a helicopter in the 22-foot X Games SuperPipe at Buttermilk, Colo., last season, just after X Games 2012. It […]
  • Grand Prix offers 2014 Olympic qualifying points January 10, 2013
    Seventeen years after it began, the U.S. Grand Prix series marks a first this week at Copper Mountain, Colo. All four of the Olympic disciplines the Grand Prix now supports -- freeski and snowboard slopestyle and halfpipe -- will be contested at the same event, with World Cup points on the line in each competition. The Copper Grand Prix carries heavy signifi […]
  • John John Florence inks 5-yr deal with Hurley January 9, 2013
    It's been a good 12 months for John Florence, and it appears to only be getting better. Long discussed rumors of Florence's addition to Hurley's already well-stocked team were confirmed on Jan. 8 when the Nike-owned surf brand released official word that they'd inked a five-year agreement with the young Hawaiian."John John is the mos […]
  • Charges against Shaun White formally dropped January 8, 2013
    Olympic and X Games gold medalist Shaun White is starting off the new year with a new haircut and a blank slate. All charges related to his September arrest for public intoxication in Nashville, Tenn., were dismissed last Friday after showing he completed his court-mandated community service, according to a spokeswoman for the Nashville District Attorney. Wh […]

  • Tim Howard to take year off from U.S. soccer August 21, 2014
    Tim Howard, the longtime goalkeeper for the U.S. men's national team, plans to take the next year off from competing with the team but is not retiring, he announced Thursday.
    Nicki Jhabvala, The Terrace
  • Olympian Amy Van Dyken-Rouen released from Craig Hospital August 15, 2014
    A thankful, excited, emotional Amy Van Dyken-Rouen was cut loose from rehabilitation at Craig Hospital Thursday and the world champion swimmer is looking forward to new conquests.
    <b>By Kieran Nicholson</b><br><i>The Denver Post</i>
  • Dartmouth-bound Brooke Ahbe appears capable of playing in the 2018 Olympic Games August 10, 2014
    With her Canadian-born father looking on in Budapest, Hungary, Brooke Ahbe wore her American hockey sweater with pride.
    <b>By Mike Chambers</b><br><i>The Denver Post</i>
  • Leaders from 4 cities to meet with USOC about 2024 Olympics July 23, 2014
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Leaders from the four U.S. cities in the running to bid for the 2024 Summer Games will meet with U.
    <i>The Associated Press </i>
  • Almaty, Beijing, Oslo make list for 2022 Olympics July 7, 2014
    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — As the IOC sought to dispel concerns the Olympics are too expensive, two former host cities and one former also-ran advanced to the final phase Monday in the troubled race for the 2022 Winter Games.
    Stephen Wilson AP Sports Writer
  • Oscar Pistorius shown re-enacting killing of girlfriend in video footage July 7, 2014
    Newly released video footage shows Oscar Pistorius participating in a re-enactment of how he says he fatally shot girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and then carried her out of a toilet cubicle in his home.
    <b>By Christopher Torchia</b><br><i>The Associated Press </i>
  • War hero Zamperini lived 'unimaginable drama' July 3, 2014
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Seventy years ago, the world was convinced that Louis Zamperini was dead. There had been no word of the track star and former Olympian since his World War II bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean.
    Christopher Weber and Gillian Flaccus Associated Press
  • Denver Post launches new sports app for iOS, Android devices July 3, 2014
    The Denver Post on Wednesday launched a new native mobile application for iOS and Android devices to deliver the latest news, scores, photos, video and stats.
    <b>By Daniel Petty</b><br><i>The Denver Post</i>
  • With Lviv out, 3 cities left in race for 2022 Olympics June 30, 2014
    Three cities look certain to make the final cut in the race to host the 2022 Winter Olympics after the withdrawal of the Ukrainian bid from Lviv.
    <b>By Stephen Wilson</b><br><i>The Associated Press </i>
  • Amy Van Dyken-Rouen staying positive on social media June 27, 2014
    Not long after Amy Van Dyken-Rouen had surgery for a life-threatening spine injury, while she still wasn't completely out of danger, her husband placed a cellphone in her hands.
    <B>By John Marshall</B><BR><I>The Associated Press</I>
  • Amy Van Dyken-Rouen back in pool for rehab June 25, 2014
    A photo of Amy Van Dyken-Rouen swimming for the first time since severing her spinal cord in an ATV crash earlier this month was posted to her Instagram account on Tuesday.
    <i>The Associated Press </i>
  • Amy Van Dyken-Rouen's upbeat attitude no surprise June 20, 2014
    Amy Van Dyken-Rouen wants to "rock out" her wheelchair. She wants it to have skulls and crossbones, and she wants it to be purple, with her hair to match.
    <b>By Nicki Jhabvala</b><br><i>The Denver Post </i>
  • Amy Van Dyken-Rouen arrives at Craig Hospital to begin rehab June 19, 2014
    Six-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen was transported via air ambulance to Craig Hospital in Englewood Wednesday morning to begin rehabilitation for a severed spinal cord.
    <i>The Denver Post </i>
  • Amy Van Dyken-Rouen leaves intensive care in Scottsdale, Ariz. June 18, 2014
    Six-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen left the intensive care unit and moved into a regular room at Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center in Arizona on Sunday morning.
    <b>By Nicki Jhabvala</b><br><i>The Denver Post </i>
  • Attitude can play significant role in recovery from paralyzing injury June 17, 2014
    The news was the kind commonly termed tragic, yet the communication from Amy Van Dyken-Rouen's hospital room in Arizona saturated the social media universe with positive vibes.
    <b>By Kevin Simpson</b><br><i>The Denver Post</i>


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