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Alberto Salazar's Program Under Scrutiny

Legendary Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar has admitted to injecting runners with L-carnitine, a potentially performance-enhancing supplement, the Sunday Times reports.

National Parks Drawing Fewer Young Visitors

A recent CNN report by "Inside Man" Morgan Spurlock found that although America's national parks drew a record 292.8 million visitors in 2014, the National Park Service (NPS) is having...

Polar Bear Mauls Svalbard Tourist

Czech tourist Jakub Moravec was camping on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard for the solar eclipse when he was dragged from his tent and mauled by a polar bear.

Shiffrin Wins Slalom World Cup

Mikaela Shiffrin won her third straight slalom World Cup title Saturday at the season's final race in Meribel, France, reports the Denver Post.

Sugarloaf Lift Hiccup Caused by Gearbox Failure

After the King Pine lift at Maine's Sugarloaf Mountain Resort malfunctioned on Saturday, rolling backwards and injuring seven people, investigators determined that the incident was due to a "...

Herba Breaks Record for Biking Up Stairs

Krystian Herba, a Polish cyclist who set the world record for stairs climbed on a bicycle in February 2014, broke his own record at the Taipei 101 tower on Sunday, according to the China Post.

Nepal Will Honor 2014 Climbing Permits

Nepal's tourism department said Thursday that it will allow all climbers who abandoned their ascents of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse last year in the wake of the avalanche that killed 16 Sherpas to...

Thomas Dekker Retires from Cycling

Dutch cyclist Thomas Dekker has announced his plans to retire from the sport, effective immediately, according to a brief announcement he posted Friday on his personal website.

IOC to Retest Olympics Blood Samples

The International Olympic Committee announced Wednesday that it will use new screening methods to retest athlete samples from the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics for steroids and erythropoietin (EPO).

Vonn Wins Super-G World Cup

Lindsey Vonn captured her second world cup title of the year with a victory in Thursday's season-ending super-G in Meribel, France, reports the AP.

Winter 2015 Is Warmest on Record

Average global temperatures for the past winter were the highest since record keeping began in 1880, according to a summary released by the National Climatic Data Center.

World Marathon Majors to Expand PED Testing

Abbott World Marathon Majors announced Wednesday that it is teaming up with the International Association of Athletics Federations to increase its out-of-competition drug testing of athletes taking...

Red Bull Cold Rush Canceled

Event organizers canceled the 2015 Red Bull Cold Rush freeskiing competition, which requires deep powder, due to lack of snow.

What the Whitewater Grand Prix Really Looks Like

The sport of kayaking is at a bit of a standstill. Sales are down, there are fewer boats on the water, and the pros are making less, which is exactly why the Whitewater Grand Prix is so important.