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Sports broadcaster goes solo with new idea

Sports broadcaster goes solo with new idea

Some primary and secondary schools broadcast sporting events so students, parents and interested others may conveniently share the experience with their loved ones. But what are the options for those that don’t offer such a service? After spending decades as both a sports and broadcasting enthusiast, Alan Fox thinks he’s found a solution. Fox, a… Continue Reading Sports broadcaster goes solo with new idea

UCCS arts center plans emerging

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UCCS arts center plans emerging

Plans are taking shape for the $58 million UCCS Visual and Performing Arts Center, with roughly a quarter of the funding already raised, design scheduled to be done in early 2014 and the project on track to begin construction in 2015, according to university officials. UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak said that nearly $15 million —… Continue Reading UCCS arts center plans emerging

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Entertainment promotions company starts up in Springs

A newly incorporated entertainment company plans to specialize in boxing promotions in the Pikes Peak region. Recently established Sundown Entertainment LLC is currently working on presenting its first live boxing event and hopes it will take place in the Springs before the end of the year, according to an Aug. 12 news release. The Springs-based… Continue Reading Entertainment promotions company starts up in Springs

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Australian sports company to make Springs its headquarters

Australian sports software company fuseSPORT is moving its international headquarters to Colorado Springs. During a Business Alliance press conference today,  representatives said the company will be located in the Alamo Corporate Center at 102 S. Tejon St., and is moving four of its 11 employees to the city.  They also said they plan to add… Continue Reading Australian sports company to make Springs its headquarters

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The USA Pro Cycling Challenge will be back in Colorado in 2012 for seven days of cycling from Aug. 20-26.  Race organizers have already begun planning for the 2012 race, although host cities have not been announced. Cities interested in becoming a host city must apply through an official Request for Proposals process beginning next… Continue Reading Race is on to become USA Pro Cycling Challenge host city for next year’s event

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Camping allowed along Pro Challenge race route

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Cycling fans will be allowed to camp along roadsides of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge route up to 24 hours in advance in order to get a good view of the cycling competition. The Colorado Department of Transportation added this one-time exception for those who wish to camp along the route, which mimics the spirit… Continue Reading Camping allowed along Pro Challenge race route

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The 2011 Rocky Mountain State Games attracted a record 7,067 athletes — the highest number of athletes in the 10-year-history of the event — over two weekends in July and August. About half of the athletes came in from outside El Paso County and represented 28 states. An estimated 10,500 spectators watched the events at… Continue Reading Rocky Mountain State Games attracts record number of athletes

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The discs will be flying next July when Colorado Springs hosts the first U.S. Open, a major international competition and Ultimate disc convention. USA Ultimate, the Boulder-based national governing body for Ultimate disc, and Colorado Springs Sports Corp will host the inaugural international contest July 4-8, 2012 at the U.S. Air Force Academy. “We are thrilled to be… Continue Reading Flying disc championships land in Colorado Springs

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Andy Bohlmann cancelled a Cycling Pro cross country mountain bike race this year because he couldn’t find enough business sponsors to back it. Continue Reading Rough terrain: Small sporting events struggle for sponsorships

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During the next two weeks an estimated 7,000 athletes are expected in Colorado Springs for the 2011 Rocky Mountain State Games, a multi-sport festival for Colorado and Wyoming citizens. The games, in its 10th year in Colorado Springs and hosted by the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation, begin July 21 with tennis, but the opening ceremony… Continue Reading Rocky Mountain State games to bring athletes, money to town

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