Scott Rosenfield

Scott Rosenfield

Author's Bio

Scott Rosenfield (@ScottRosenfield) is a Level 2 USA Cycling Coach and Outside's Online Editor.

Heat Wave Batters China

The worst heat wave in 140 years is baking parts of China, leaving dozens dead and pushing the mercury above 104 degrees in at least 40 cities.

Florida Panhandle Facing a Bear Crisis

Black bear encounters are on the rise in the Florida Panhandle, with 100 more sightings than usual this year, according to officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Michigan's Wolf Hunt Delayed

Due to high demand, the Department of Natural Resources is delaying its sale of licenses for Michigan's first wolf hunt until September 28, the agency announced today.

Former Dopers Lose Jobs

At least four former professional cyclists are out of a job after their names surfaced on a list of EPO positives from the 1998 Tour de France released Wednesday.

Tour Organizers Open to Women's Race

The organizers of the Tour de France announced their willingness to discuss running a women's event alongside the men's race on Monday.

Study: Happiness Peaks at age 23, 69

According to a study from Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics to be published this week, life satisfaction dips in your 50s as the disappointment of life kicks in.

Tour Riders Balk at Retroactive Testing

The Association of Professional Cyclists (CPA) opposes the French Senate's plan to release the names of riders who tested positive for EPO during the 1998 Tour de France.

Trainer Pushes Back Against Doping Accusations

The trainer of two top sprinters who recently tested positive for banned stimulants has pushed back against accusations that he doped the athletes, saying that he is being blamed as a scapegoat.

Team Sky Selectively Releases Power Data

Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford is in talks with the World Anti-Doping Agency to release power data detailing Chris Froome's performances from the last two years in hopes of quelling suspcion that...

Lose a Kilo, Earn a Gram of Gold

Dubai officials will be offering a gram of gold—valued at $45—for each kilogram of weight contestants drop in a 30-day challenge.

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