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Sailors participate in the 2017 Dillon Open Regatta Saturday, Aug. 5, on Lake Dillon.
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2017 Soda Creek Scramble | SMC No. 5

What: The fifth event in the summer-long Summit Mountain Challenge mountain bike series, featuring a course from Keystone to the Colorado Trail through the Golden Horseshoe area

When: Wednesday, Aug. 9, at 6 p.m.

Where: Keystone Stables start line, Keystone Ranch Road

Cost: $25 for adults, $15 for juniors

On-site registration is available for an additional $5. To register for races and learn more, see the Maverick Sports website at

Summit Nordic coaches go for glory at Adventure Racing World Champs

The Hedbergs are heading to Worlds.

Beginning tomorrow (Aug. 10), Olof Hedberg, head coach for Summit Nordic Ski Club, and his wife, Whitney, will spend six days (at least) traveling more than 450 miles on bike, foot and boat at the 2017 Adventure Racing World Championships in the wilds of Wyoming. A total of 59 teams from 17 countries are registered for the event, including 29 from the United States.

This marks the first year Olof and Whitney Hedberg have competed at Worlds — it also marks the first time in 16 years that Worlds have been hosted in the U.S. — but they’re hardly newcomers to adventure racing. They teamed up with another Nordic coach, Hannah Taylor, to win the Teton Ogre Adventure Race from June 24-25, which earned both of them invites to compete with high-level teams.

For Worlds, Olof Hedberg paired up with Team Adventure Medical Kits. Dubbed AMK, the team has held the North American title multiple times and is the favorite U.S. squad at Worlds. AMK enters the event ranked at No. 3 overall behind Seagate of New Zealand and Vidaraid of Spain. Whitney Hedberg is racing with Team NV Journey.

Want to follow all of the action with none of the pain? Get live updates from the course here, beginning Thursday:

2017 Dillon Open | Lake Dillon, Aug. 4-6

The 46th edition of sailboat regatta races on Lake Dillon, hosted by the Dillon Yacht Club from Aug. 4-6 with racing on Aug. 5-6. The Open drew roughly 100 boats from across the nation and nearly 200 sailors for racing by nearly a dozen fleets, from one-person Laser craft to crewed J-24 boats.

For complete results, see

S-20 fleet results (16 craft, 4 races)

1. Bipolar (captain Glen Hughes)

2. Disaster @ Altitude (crew Payson, Andrew, Infelise, Kerr)

3. Feisty! (captain Mike McKeever)

4. A Fine Pickle (captain Raymond McCleery)

5. Bad Apple (captain Will Cook)

J-22 fleet results (11 craft, 4 races)

1. Camp Robber (captain Bill Darling)

2. Shameless (captain Keith Lawrence)

3. Nauti Moose (captain Michale Kline)

4. Unnamed (captains Cameron and Cooper Robinson)

5. Maybe Later (captain Peter Fornell)

PHRF A fleet results (5 craft, 4 races)

1. Mendocino (captain Richard Rinehart)

2. Vegemite Sandwich (captain Scott Snyder)

3. Cita (captain Alan Dille)

4. Dumb and Dumber (captain Mark Reece)

5. Mongoose (captain B.W. Bilberry)

PHRF B fleet results (9 craft, 4 races)

1. Autumn Wind (captain Bill Edwards)

2. Sol Mate (captain Fred Rampey)

3. Islander Bahama (captain Keith DeLine)

4. Full Monty (captain J.P. Bauman)

5. North Star (captain Ralph Stevenson)

Star fleet results (7 craft, 5 races)

1. Quick Feet (captain Paul Kresge)

2. Quick Exchange (captain Aaron Smith)

3. 8267 (captain Stephen Gunther)

4. Ghost (captain Tim Seeling)

5. Sh*t Sandwich (captain Cory Ernst)

Hunky Dory Half Marathon and 10K | Breckenridge, Aug. 5

The seventh year of a trail half-marathon and new trail 10K, hosted by the Breckenridge Recreation Department on a collection of trails in and around town. The event drew nearly 80 runners of all ages for both events, but youngsters (especially young boys) dominated the results for the 10K: 14-year-old Nicholas Simmons and 12-year-old Dominyk Remeikis took second and third overall, respectively.

For complete results, see the “special events and tournaments” tab at

10K top females, overall

1. Katelyn Acker, College Station, Texas — 1:18:07

2. Kit Barwick, Denver — 1:18:39

3. Kathleen Roman, Denver — 1:20:59

10K top males, overall

1. John Borthwick, Osceola, Missouri — 58:19

2. Nicholas Simmons, BRECKENRIDGE — 1:00:19

3. Dominyk Remeikis, BRECKENRIDGE — 1:01:22

Half marathon top females, overall

1. Rebecca Bahnemann, Highlands Ranch — 2:13:38

2. Kass Baker, Edwards — 2:14:13

3. Darci Henning, BRECKENRIDGE — 2:20:00

Half marathon top males, overall

1. Michael Oliva, Denver — 1:42:28

2. Pete Surgent, Parkville, Maryland — 1:56:46

3. Drew FFF, Leadville — 1:59:41

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