Track and Cross Country are often the two dynamics of the sport high schoolers are familiar with and if they come from a running family they might be more familiar with marathons and half marathons. There has been a move towards trails that has started to trickle down with new events popping up that offer both an individual and team dynamic. Athletes can compete individually or score team points just like they’re accustomed to in cross country.
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As time wore on, it wasn’t just the events we’d lose, it was our sense of normalcy. How we interacted, how we greeted each other, how we hyped each other up, how we congratulated each other. It was like a light switch, from that day forward – we had to operate differently because fo COVID.
A quick recap of an absolutely amazing week spent in Keystone, CO at 9,250 ft. We welcomed 15 athletes from all around the US, representing New Jersey, Wisconsin, Illinois and a large contingent from Portage, MI. We spent 5 days in Keystone soaking up all of that wonderful pine fresh thin air and ripped up […]
Peak Performance Running take 11 to the National Stage!
Jayden shares her BB10K running experience – she stepped up her training for this race and it really payed off! Jayden has been running with Peak Performance Running for 2+ Years. Step inside Jayden’s race and see what was going through her head at the start, during, and just after the race. Get to know […]
Katy and Taylor Haerbig have been with the PPR Team before it was the team it is today. They are known affectionately as ‘The Twins’ on the team and have a knack for getting to know the newest people as close friends by the end of practice. Katie and Taylor were part of our 2016 […]
Bolder Boulder is an annual transition race for our team. Falling the Monday after school gets out in our area, it’s a tradition to wake up early and run the 10K. It’s a rite of passage to run the Bolder Boulder as the course provides more than a challenge of running 6.2 miles.
Coach Brittany Charboneau shares her running journey with Running Denver TV. Brittany is our Junior and Advanced Teams coach working with athletes that have goals to be where she in the future. Brittany qualified for the Olympic Trials , meeting the Trials ‘A’ Standard (sub 2:37) at the LA Marathon in 2018.