Support the training and science center
Election Day has passed, and we can rest assured that our Boulder brand is all bright and shiny. Great. Now maybe our local government will move on to issues that might change the way we live and work in Boulder.
I suggest that on top of the pile is the proposed Boulder Multisport Training and Sports Science Center. Over the past two years, Boulder has been considering a proposal to build a world-class multisport facility in Boulder. Anyone who has stepped outside on a sunny day knows that Boulder is a Mecca for people who love to bike, run, swim, climb, and engage in sports that promote fitness in healthy, green, and social ways. It’s not just the 50,000 people that show up for the Bolder Boulder on Memorial Day, it’s a whole year of active lifestyles, not to mention a whole bunch of World Champions who call Boulder home… Read full article
Boulder multi-sport complex would expand options for locals, draw elite athletes
A proposed multi-sport complex in north Boulder would provide world-class training facilities for international competitors and local athletes alike, as well as an economic boost to the city, the Boulder doctor and triathlete behind the proposal said… Read full article
Council hears plans for North Boulder’s “Planning Reserve”
The Boulder City Council, during a special meeting on May 25, instructed the City’s planning staff to study two proposals for development in the North Boulder Planning Reserve… Read full article
Sports complex would boost Boulder’s profile
Dr. Alan Villavicencio owns some land up in north Boulder and he has a big idea.
Actually it is a huge idea that would ensure Boulder’s status as the Mecca of endurance sports for decades to come. The plan is to build a world-class training complex that would give Boulder the best facilities on the planet for cycling, running, swimming and triathlon… Read full article