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Local child on a mission at Chasing Santa walk/run

The Chasing Santa 5K Race & Family Fun Walk/Run may not have begun, but the reason why 8-year-old Harley Rose, dressed as Cindy Lou Who, was there had nothing to do with some Saturday morning exercise with ehr motehr Margarita, who was dressed as The Grinch.

“I think he’s going to be here,” she said in a near-whisper. “I’m still waiting to see him.”

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Posted on December 1, 2012 at 11:46am

Young, Bar finish strong to claim men's and women's Fall Series crowns

Robby Young and Clare Bar left no doubt who would be the men’s and women’s Fall Series overall winners.

Young, 27, of Colorado Springs, won the 32nd Pikes Peak Road Runners Palmer Park seven-mile race men’s title in an unofficial 46 minutes, 51 seconds Sunday afternoon, completing a sweep of all four races in the annual series. Bar won her second race in the series finale to claim the women’s overall championship in her first attempt.

“My husband told me this was the…

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Posted on November 11, 2012 at 2:04pm

Grand Prix long series champs cruise at Pumpkin Races

Winning tastes sweet whether it is your 11th time, like men’s Grand Prix of Running Long Series winner Gerald Romero or first-time women’s overall champion Brianne Pierson.

“It’s exciting,” said Pierson, 33, who had won her age group in years past but never the overall title. “I won at the Sailin’ Shoes and ran a fast Top 10 so I knew I was in good shape coming in. I ran a tough half-marathon last weekend but I PR’ed this course so I am real happy with how I ran.”

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Posted on October 6, 2012 at 12:00pm

Seventh-grader schools father to win women's Fall Series opener

Kayli Tabares, 13, was proud of beating her father by seven seconds; even more so because doing so paced her to what will likely be the first of many women’s overall titles in the opening race of the Pikes Peak Road Runners Fall Series.

“I started out fast because I knew I needed to keep pace with him,” the seventh grader at Russell Middle School said, who won in 29 minutes, 10 seconds. “I knew when I reached the creek with him I would be in position.”

“It’s pretty awesome,”…

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Posted on September 30, 2012 at 1:30pm

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