Books by Hampton Sides
A winner of the 2002 PEN USA Award for nonfiction, Outside Contributing Editor Hampton Sides is the author of two books, Ghost Soldiers and Americana, the former of which is currently being made into feature film. Sides is a former Senior Editor at Outside and was nominated for a National Magazine Award in 2003. He lives in New Mexico with his wife, writer Anne Goodwin-Sides, and their three sons. Sides is currently at work on his next project, a narrative history of the conquest and exile of the Navajo.
Lance's 2003 Tour victory was almost a loss-in his own words, he "dodged a bullet." This year the Tourminator is plenty fit, a little less furious, and hungrier than ever. A revealing interview with the greatest rider on earth.
With exploding ratings and a new book-not to mention a wardrobe makeover!-can anything stop wildlife-show host Jeff Corwin?
The Birdman Drops In
What's it like defying gravity for a living? It's pretty sweet, bro. The mega-life of Tony Hawk.
You're trapped underground with an inch of air to breathe? Relax. Buddy Lane is on the way.
Thinking About Machine-Man
"He is for sure not one of us," says a teammate of ski racer Hermann Maier. "He is beyond this world," says a former gold medalist. "He is a beast," they say, and finally, "He is the beast."
Where Have All the Wise Men Gone?
Certainly not into the Sahara, not to race 142 miles in seven days, not to broil beneath a 120-degree sky, not to seek glory in the Marathon des Sables, the world's most brutal run. Which leaves us a question: Just who are these fools?
Unfrozen Caveman Camper Tells All
In the beginning, there was fire. And it was good. Later came KOAs and solar showers and freeze-dried. And they were bad. So let's go back. Way back.
Let There Be High Water
Thirty-three years after Glen Canyon Dam strangled the West's most celebrated river, the Grand Canyon gets its first regularly scheduled flood. Only Jehovah could have done it better.