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  • Thumbnail for Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers
    Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Ted Castaneda, along with student athletes Jocelyn Jenks and Julian Boggs, talks about the benefits of the Colorado College Cross Country Team. Not only does the small, tight-knit team have a variety of runners, but because of the location, they can run in the mountains and take advantage of the fact that Colorado College is the only Division III school that offers altitude training.

  • Thumbnail for Men's Cross Country Team Portrait 2010-2011
  • Thumbnail for Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers
    Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Ted Castaneda, along with student athletes Jocelyn Jenks and Julian Boggs, talks about the benefits of the Colorado College Cross Country Team. Not only does the small, tight-knit team have a variety of runners, but because of the location, they can run in the mountains and take advantage of the fact that Colorado College is the only Division III school that offers altitude training.

  • Thumbnail for Men's Cross Country Brochure 2005
  • Thumbnail for Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers
    Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Ted Castaneda, along with student athletes Jocelyn Jenks and Julian Boggs, talks about the benefits of the Colorado College Cross Country Team. Not only does the small, tight-knit team have a variety of runners, but because of the location, they can run in the mountains and take advantage of the fact that Colorado College is the only Division III school that offers altitude training.

  • Thumbnail for Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers
    Track and Cross Country: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Ted Castaneda, along with student athletes Jocelyn Jenks and Julian Boggs, talks about the benefits of the Colorado College Cross Country Team. Not only does the small, tight-knit team have a variety of runners, but because of the location, they can run in the mountains and take advantage of the fact that Colorado College is the only Division III school that offers altitude training.