As many of you know, Boulder is a very active and outdoorsy city. No matter what the weather, people are always running, biking, hiking or doing some sort of outdoor activity. Boulder is also home to some of the best rock climbing, bouldering and climbing gyms. The other day, I decided to take advantage of the great climbing opportunities by rock climbing one of the Flatirons.
It’s finally beginning to feel like spring in Boulder again. And that means that summer is right around the corner! The last few weeks of spring semester are always particularly busy and interesting for me. Between school, intramurals, club baseball, and other outdoor activities, there is always something interesting going on.
It has been quite the exciting weekend and past week here in Boulder. Not only did the basketball team win big against ASU, but there has been a roller coaster of weather and College Gameday came to CU on Saturday for the Arizona game. To top it off, the Women’s Lacrosse team won their inaugural home opener at Folsom Field.
Hope everything is going well! In the spirit of the Olympics, I wanted to give you all a rundown of my favorite winter Olympic sports. I have always loved watching the Olympics. Every other year, the most incredible and dedicated athletes from around the world lay it all on the line for their countries. During Olympic season, I also gain an enormous amount of energy and motivation to start working out and hopefully becoming good enough at a sport to make it to the Olympics. Anyways, here are my top 5 Olympic sports with some good justifications and some bad:
It has been an exciting start to the semester so far! The Broncos reached the Super Bowl (only to be defeated handily by the Seahawks) and the snow has not been shy around Boulder. In addition, the club baseball season is about to start and I have been working in two local high school as per School of Education requirements. (High School is totally different after graduating) Anyways, I wanted to take the time to tell all of you about what my friends and I decided to do yesterday.
It has been an extremely exciting weekend here at the University of Colorado. More exciting than anything else though, was the CU vs. Kansas basketball game yesterday. It does not do the game justice to just describe the incredible ending so here’s how the game went from beginning to end.
Following CU's win over CSU at a sold-out, record-crowd Coors Events Center, the Buffs headed to Lawrence, Kansas to take on the #6 Kansas Jayhawks. Naturally, my roommates and I decided to come along for the ride.
Our trip began at 5 PM Friday evening, with a slightly delayed departure...
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