Warren Cornwall's work as an environmental, science and outdoor recreation journalist has appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe Magazine, Triathlete magazine, The Seattle Times, and several Vermont newspapers.
Cycling and track athletes cause a stir when they're caught cheating—but the same may be happening in smaller (and less well-funded) arenas.
The company’s financial woes have little to do with surfing, and everything to do with changing fashion tastes and questionable business decisions.
Jamie O’Brien and his team made it look easy, but they worked for months to ensure everything went off just right.
For triathletes who aren’t the world’s best, but still dream of racing in the storied Ironman World Championship, there’s always been a tantalizing shortcut to the shores of Kona, Hawaii. Cough up...
Can a Happy Meal may replenish your glycogen stores as well as a super-engineered bar? One researcher says yes.
The Clean Protocol program asks athletes to truthfully say that they're not getting any extra help. If they can convince a computer, they get a seal of approval. But will the sports world accept it?
The fitness giant works hard to polish their public image—to the extent of confronting or even suing those who criticize CrossFit on social media. What gives?
CrossFit’s reputation as a workout with a pitbull personality is moving from the gym to the courtroom. A Columbus, Ohio CrossFit gym is suing the scientists behind a 2013 study, alleging the...
The biggest challenge in meat science is how to make our beef healthier making our beef healthier is keeping it tasting like beef after we pump it with omega-3s.
Does excelling at endurance sports make us better looking? Or, equally important, do more-attractive people perform better?
Is it possible to be the toughest, baddest ass workout and claim to be as safe as any other activity?