Arielle Orsuto,

Arielle Orsuto

Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Arielle:

Injured veteran finds serenity and purpose on the mountain as ski racer

Kyle Moxley was severely injured in 2004 during the Iraq War. After moving to Colorado, he's now a member of Team USA Para Alpine Development Team. → Read More

Regis women's basketball team following coach's footsteps in historic season

The Rangers won the RMAC regular season title for the first time since 2007. Their head coach Molly Marrin was on the first team to ever win the conference in 2003. → Read More

DU gymnast Lynnzee Brown crafts floor routine tribute to black excellence

The sixth-year Denver gymnast dedicates her 2023 floor routine to former athletes 2016 NCAA Floor champion Nina McGee and 2018 graduate Nikole Addison. → Read More

Derrick White's legacy hangs in rafters of Legend High School

Boston Celtics guard Derrick White is the first member of the Legend High School Hall of Fame. → Read More

Rock climbing gym looks to add diversity to the sport

Aman Anderson created a climbing gym for the underserved community of Globeville in Denver. Beast Fingers is a nonprofit focused on mentoring and training everyone. → Read More

Isaiah Stevens and CSU Rams fight for local cancer warriors

Stevens, a senior point guard for the Colorado State Rams, has two parents who battled cancer. The annual Fight Like A Ram game is personal to him and his family. → Read More

CSU's Hofschild is undersized but not to be underestimated

Point guard McKenna Hofschild is putting together an All-American campaign comparable to former Colorado State great Becky Hammon. → Read More

Colorado woman combats norms by becoming first in her school to obtain black belt in a wheelchair

Anita Liuzzi broke barriers by becoming the first person in a wheelchair to earn a black belt at 5280 Karate Academy in Lakewood. → Read More

Jessica Hutchinson pays tribute to Olympian mom with captivating floor routine

Bulgarian gymnast Silvia Mitova earned a bronze medal in the 1992 Olympics for her floor routine. Now, it's reimagined by her daughter on the Denver Gymnastics team. → Read More

Visually impaired Pilates instructor defies the fitness norm

A visually impaired woman with a background and education in fitness becomes a Pilates instructor to inspire others to overcome any physical or metal obstacles. → Read More

Commentary: NFL took steps to make game safer, but it's not enough

Two weeks after Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest, 9NEWS Sports Reporter Arielle Orsuto says football needs vast, sweeping changes to meet safety requirements. → Read More

Paralympian Allie Johnson pushes for more disabled athletes to 'ski like a girl'

Coming off of her first Paralympic Games in Beijing 2022 and being named to the US Para Alpine team, Allie Johnson is encouraging more girls to pick up ski racing. → Read More

Olympic gold medalist Janine Beckie aims to grow girl's game

Canadian National Team star and Colorado-born Janine Beckie holds a camp with her brother Drew to teach the next generation of soccer players. → Read More

Mines football advances to first NCAA DII National Championship game

Colorado School of Mines defeated Shepherd 44-13 in its sold out home semifinal game to play for its first and only national championship in McKinney Texas. → Read More

Roosevelt wins 3A football championship for first state title in program history

The Roughriders capped off an undefeated season with a 34-24 win over Lutheran in the Class 3A state title game. → Read More

Sixth year player sees final chance at NCAA tournament with CU volleyball

Brynna DeLuzio helped the Buffs with an upset win at Baylor as a freshman in 2017 and will return to the same location six seasons later for her final chance. → Read More

CSU soccer senior doubles as school's ram handler

Aleyse Evers, a pre-veterinary student, lives a double life on campus: running on the soccer pitch and running with CAM the Ram. → Read More

Loveland outlasts Montrose 20-15 in 4A quarterfinal game

Loveland advances to the semifinals for the second time in three years. → Read More

Woman runs NYC marathon less than one year after cancer treatment

Sarah Bursten crossed one thing off of her bucket list when she ran her first full marathon in October, less than a year after her papillary thyroid cancer diagnosis → Read More

First cadet to run in Bronze Boot Run returns for final stretch 31 years later

Retired Captain Jason Mumm led his Colorado State ROTC class in 1991 in the inaugural Bronze Boot Run to Wyoming. He returned this year to finish in Canvas Stadium. → Read More