Scott Rosenfield (@ScottRosenfield) is a Level 2 USA Cycling Coach and Outside's Online Editor.
With the death of a London Marathon runner now linked to a popular sports supplement, we had to ask.
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Seven years after Hurricane Katrina, animal advocates faced their greatest challenge yet—but a combination of technological advances, coordination, and legislation made all the difference
A new study shows that a polarized training approach leads to the biggest fitness gains, but can we trust the results?
A recent study in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that EPO doesn't better performance in elite athletes, but it made a few critical errors in coming to that conclusion.
When his wife Amy showed up with a Labrador Retriever, Jeff Supergan wasn't sure it made sense. He had never had a dog before, and, being confined to a wheelchair, didn't know if he could handle it....
In a time of corruption and coercion, courage was not in short supply. A hidden cadre of men resisted doping, and they paid a heavy price. Here are their stories.
A German Shepherd is found at 13,000 feet, and rescued after surviving seven nights in the cold. How did she get there, and what happened to her owner?
These four threats might not get all of the attention, but they deserve it.
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A hiker who was widely censured for abandoning his dog on a Colorado peak after storms blew in has agreed to relinquish custody to one of her rescuers as part of a plea deal.
Sunita Williams became the first NASA astronaut to complete a triathlon in space after running, biking, and “swimming” along with athletes competing in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon.
The European Union is set to limit the use of crop-based fuels after studies showed they resulted in minimal emission savings and contributed to price increases in the cost of food.
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