Sports | Colorado Springs Magazine


  • Good Vibrations

    The boys of summer are back as the Rocky Mountain Vibes continue the long-standing baseball tradition in Colorado Springs.
  • The Puck Stops (And Starts) Here

    Not even the coronavirus pandemic could stop the long-running Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey Association (CSAHA) Presidents’ Day tournament from being held at a handful of ice arenas across the Pikes Peak Region last February, but because we’re talking hockey, it’s probably accurate to describe last year’s event as a team with a player in the penalty box: shorthanded.
  • Keeping The Movement Going

    By the time you read this, the Tokyo Paralympic Games will have recently completed 13 days of action on September 5, and a record 1,200 hours of programming, featuring the event’s first-ever primetime broadcasts, will have been presented across the NBC platform of television and streaming services.

    Mahatma Gandhi knew something about strength. He said, “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”
  • Runners High

    They’d rather see, feel, and experience the rocks, crags, switchbacks, dirt, and gravel up close and personal—on foot.