Shelby Reardon - email@example.com Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs pickleball pro Sean Pummill competes in a pickleball tournament in Steamboat on Saturday, July 6. Shelby Reardon STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — In the inaugural nationally-sanctioned pickleball tournament in Steamboat Springs, a 14-year-old competed against a 73-year-old, disputing the claim the sport is just for older athletes. A
Take the kids and the dogs to Bear Creek Park - Runners, walkers, equestrians and mountain bikers delight in 10-plus miles of dirt paths that weave through prairie and oak- and yucca-covered knolls. They reach awe-inspiring vantage points, Cheyenne Mountain to the south, the Waldo Canyon burn scar running north.
• Pickleball is available at Colorado Springs Pickleball at 1120 Elkton Drive, Suite C, 80907. One indoor court (with an outdoor court surface, as opposed to a gym floor surface) is available from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. daily and by advance reservation only for $5 per player for a 2-hour slot
COLORADO SPRINGS – Some Colorado Springs seniors had some extra fun on Friday. The Westside Community Center hosted Senior Health and Fun Day. The day’s activities included group walks, pickleball, lunch and access to health information and assistance. There was also one other big perk. “I think socialization is a large part
People with a passion talk about groups they love and why social involvement matters Herald Staff Report Monday, May 6, 2019 6:18 AM Durango Diaries, the twice-a-month storyteller series hosted by The Durango Herald, will be held Wednesday. Three Durango residents will talk about why they do what they do for fun –
Courts recognized for having strong community impact By Erika Alvero Journal Staff Writer Friday, May 3, 2019 3:05 PM The city of Cortez was recently singled out for the pickleball courts constructed at Centennial Park nearly a year ago. The Starburst Award is given out by the Colorado Lottery for “excellence in the use
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The idea of building an indoor multi-sport complex is being spearheaded by the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. Tennis Center Director Loretta Conway was first approached by Randy Wert, vice president of the Steamboat Pickleball Association, about a complex that would meet the needs of not only pickleball
Chuck Sudo - April 18, 2019 As the sport’s popularity surges, adding pickleball facilities could be a competitive advantage for senior living providers courting tenants. Pickleball combines elements of tennis, ping pong and badminton, and is one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S. Nearly 3.1 million Americans play pickleball, according