Robert Sanchez specializes in long-form features for the magazine. A former staff writer for the Denver Post, the Rocky Mountain News, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and theAssociated Press, Robert has won or has been nominated for multiple state and national awards, including the prestigious Livingston Awards for Young Journalists, for which he has been a finalist three times. The City and Regional Magazine Association twice named Sanchez as a finalist for its writer-of-the-year award, and CRMA has named him as a finalist in its feature-writing, profile-writing, and civic-journalism categories. Sanchez’s story, “This is Ted Johnson’s Brain,” was anthologized in Best American Sports Writing 2010, and his piece, “The Crash,” is included in BASW 2011. Sanchez has lived in Colorado for more than two decades and attended Ponderosa High School in Parker. He graduated with honors from the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Robert is married to his high school sweetheart, Kristen. The two have a daughter, Alexandra, and a son, Michael.