Jeremy Freed hadn’t run in the Bolder Boulder since his sophomore year at Evergreen High School. That was eight years ago, but that didn’t stop him in 2011.
“Honestly, it’s one of the biggest races in Boulder,” said Freed, who works in marketing and retail there and now resides in Broomfield. “It was definitely a lot of fun the last time I did it.”
But this year, his third run, probably was the most of all. It’s usually that way win you win.