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Sunday, August 26,2012

Christian Vande Velde wins USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Time trial in Denver decides cycling champion

By Elizabeth Miller
Without ever ranking higher in a single stage than the second place he took to Tejay Van Garderen in Stage Two, Christian Vande Velde turned up the speed in the time trial finish to the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Sunday afternoon, and won himself the race.
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Saturday, August 25,2012

Levi Leipheimer jumps ahead to take lead in Pro Cycling Challenge

By Elizabeth Miller
Last year’s USA Pro Cycling Challenge winner, Levi Leipheimer, surged ahead up Flagstaff Mountain to take the lead in this year’s race. He was still pushing hard across the finish line, and smiling once he crossed it.
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Friday, August 24,2012

Youth movement carries USA Pro Challenge to Front Range

Farrar wins Stage Five; Boulder next for cyclists

By Elizabeth Miller
Today’s Pro Cycling Challenge saw an early breakaway that held the lead for most of Stage Five's descent to Colorado Springs before losing it in the final circuits through town.
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Thursday, August 23,2012

Jens Voigt wins Pro Cycling Challenge Stage Four six minutes ahead

By Elizabeth Miller
With a note on his top tube that said “shut up, legs,” Jens Voigt took off ahead of the break at 12:15 p.m., just 30 minutes into Stage Four of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
Thursday, August 23,2012

A road too far

Colorado's wilderness is at stake in November's election

By Elizabeth Miller
Amid the fuss about the economy and health care and other social issues, questions of how to handle our public lands and how to protect our environment also hang in the balance.
Thursday, August 23,2012

2012 Student Guide | Join the club

CU club sports offer a chance to take it seriously and chase championships

By Elizabeth Miller
More than 1,500 student athletes competed in 35 club sports teams at CU last year, and 21 of those clubs went on to their national championships.
Thursday, August 23,2012

2012 Student Guide | Welcome to CU

By Elizabeth Miller
And welcome to the sights and sounds of a new school year. The sharpening of pencils — or, more likely, the clicking of laptop keyboards. The printing of schedules and the combing of campus maps, the desperate search for new classrooms amid a sea of new buildings, the fear factor of half a dozen new professors who look mighty tough to impress.
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Wednesday, August 22,2012

Tom Danielson grabs win in USA Pro Challenge stage 3

Boulder cyclist surges over Independence Pass, holds on for exciting Aspen finish

By Elizabeth Miller
Tom Danielson declared Tuesday night that he was glad to have the climb to Mt. Crested Butte behind him and to “move on to the parts of the race I like the most.”
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Tuesday, August 21,2012

Boulder cyclists speed to first and second in Pro Challenge Stage Two

Van Garderen, Vandevelde take podium in Crested Butte

By Elizabeth Miller
After a day of racing that saw racers from Colombia, Italy and Germany at the head of breakaway packs and leading the charge in the King of the Mountain contests, it was Boulder cyclists Tejay Van Garderen and Christian Vandevelde who surged ahead at the end to snag the top spots at the podium today.
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Monday, August 20,2012

American Tyler Farrar takes Stage One of USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Boulder resident Tom Danielson wins King of the Mountain

By Elizabeth Miller
Boulder may claim Tom Danielson, rider on the Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda USA Pro Cycling Challenge team, as its own, but Durango is his real home town, he says, and that showed today as he snagged the King of the Mountain challenge on Stage One of the Challenge. Danielson led the way over Lizard Head Pass, 10,247 feet in elevation.
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