- Fans trashing the team and coach Nathaniel Hackett. And public pressure on the Denver team's new billionaire owners to reverse course.
Ethan Horvath's path to representing his country on soccer's biggest stage started when he was 7 years old.
Context: He was raised in a soccer family in Highlands Ranch — his father had played in college, his mother in high school. But he still surprised his family when the young Horvath told his parents he wanted to be a goalkeeper.
Colorado ski destinations are upping the ante when it comes dining and amenities this season, part of a broader strategy to create unique visitor experiences.
What they're saying: "Resorts are looking for ways to bring people on the mountain," says Sarah Beatty with Colorado Ski Country, an organization that represents 21 ski areas.
This year's snow forecast is more unpredictable than usual.
What's happening: It's our third consecutive La Niña winter — a rare occurrence that meteorologists have dubbed a "triple dip La Niña" — and most of the state is 50-50 on whether we'll get more or less snow than average, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Local watering holes are preparing to welcome fans with watch parties and drink specials for the FIFA World Cup, international soccer's biggest tournament.
Driving the news: The tournament kicks off on Sunday and runs until Dec. 18.
When Peyton Manning retired from the Denver Broncos in 2016, many assumed he'd become a broadcaster. Instead, in typical Peyton fashion, he called an audible, Axios' Kendall Baker writes.
The Colorado Avalanche's new Reverse Retro jersey for the 2022-23 season was unveiled Thursday as part of the latest throwback series from Adidas and the National Hockey League.
- The team's uniform logo pays tribute to the state flag and reintroduces the original jersey design worn by the first Avs players in the 1995 inaugural season, per the NHL.
The traditional mid-October start to the Colorado ski season is not looking likely this year.
What's happening: Warmer than normal temperatures in the mountains have limited snowmaking to just a few hours overnight, and Colorado has yet to see any significant natural snow stick for long.
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