Gray skies don’t dampen annual Golden Games

photos by Christina Steadman csteadman@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/22/18

This year’s Golden Games had one of the best turnouts of participants to date, said the event’s founder and director T-Roy Harcourt, despite the weekend’s chilly weather. In its eighth annual …

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Gray skies don’t dampen annual Golden Games

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This year’s Golden Games had one of the best turnouts of participants to date, said the event’s founder and director T-Roy Harcourt, despite the weekend’s chilly weather. In its eighth annual year, The Golden Games features standup paddle

boarding, kayaking, slacklining, fly fishing, live music, demos and a vendor village along Clear Creek in Golden and the Soda Lakes in Morrison. The event took place May 18-20 this year.

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