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KOAA News5's Pikes Peak APEX team riders place in the top 10

Posted at 10:05 PM, Jun 10, 2024

SOUTHERN COLORADO — The Pikes Peak APEX mountain biking race wrapped up Sunday. Riders raced through three courses, two in Colorado Springs and one in Cañon City.

KOAA News5's sponsored riders did extremely well this weekend in the under 23 age group.

Kylie Moerk, a junior at Air Academy High School, finished second among women with a time of six hours and 45 minutes.

Pikes Peak APEX rider: Air Academy's Kylie Moerk

On the men's side, all three of our riders finished in the top 10.

Keegan Hale, a senior at Air Academy High School finished in fourth place.

KOAA's Pikes Peak APEX team: rider Keegan Hale

Zim Reichart, a junior at Air Academy High School, finished fifth.

News5 sponsored Pikes Peak APEX rider cleared to race

Ian Hunt, a senior at Coronado High School, finished in seventh place.

Coronado High School senior seeks to excel in the Pikes Peak APEX bike race

Congratulations to our local athletes!

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Dash camera shows a plane attempt to land along I-25 near Larkspur

Rescue crews were able to recover two injured people who were taken to a hospital, said the CSP. The plane crashed in waist-high water on its roof in a field just east of I-25 near the Larkspur.

Dashcam video shows plane trying to land on I-25 near Larkspur before crashing, injuring 2

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