Scott Rosenfield

Scott Rosenfield

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

Brutal Heatwave Smothers the West

The West is baking under intense heat, with the temperature at Las Vegas-McCarran International airport tying the official high of 117 degrees Friday. 

Spoiler: Carnage and Chaos at the Tour

 In a chaotic start to this year's Tour de France, Marcel Kittel won the race's first stage, with contenders for the overall Alberto Contador and Ryder Hesjedal crashing, sustaining minor...

Pakistan Orders Cliimbers Off Nanga Parbat

Following the massacre on Nanga Parbat in which gummed attacked and killed 10 foreign tourists, Pakistan has suspended all mountaineering expeditions on the mountain.

Armstrong Still Considers Himself Tour Winner

In an interview with Le Monde, Lance Armstrong said that it was "impossible" to win the Tour de France at the height of the EPO era without doping and that he still considers himself the...

STUDY: Longer Runs are Easier

Running 100 miles should be easier than pounding out 200, but a recently released study in the journal PLOS One suggests that longer races may be less fatiguing and damaging than their shorter...

Andrew Talansky to Head Garmin-Sharp

Ahead of the 100th edition of the Tour de France, team Garmin-Sharp confirmed that breakout American rider Andrew Talansky will be joining  former Giro d'Italia winner Ryder Hesjedal, and Liege-...

Red Panda Escapes National Zoo

Rusty the red panda made a daring escape from his enclosure at the National Zoo Monday, becoming an Internet sensation, before turning up in a tree a mile from the zoo.

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Ways to Die in the Wild: Beaver

There are countless ways to meet your end in the great outdoors. These are ten of the most unpleasant, ignominious, and terrifying ways to go.

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The 10 Worst Ways to Die in the Wild

There are countless ways to meet your end in the great outdoors. These are ten of the most unpleasant, ignominious, and terrifying ways to go.

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Cycling Mistake #10: Training Like a Pro

Cyclists are a tough lot, and they don't like to complain. But that's also what gets them in trouble with over-training and injuries. Avoid the most common cycling mistakes with these 10 tips.

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