This Week's Missing Links, December 1

The best articles, photos, and videos I didn't post this week—until now. (Sorry for missing last week, I was concentrating on digesting my Thanksgiving meal, unlike this fool, who gave up.)

If you only click on one link this week, make it "Learning to Accept, and Master, a $110,000 Mechanical Arm," from The New York Times.

For the week's best longform journalism, check out "Weekend Reading: Bigfoot Will See You Now."

The world's toughest endurance races. Take 3,723.

The XXL of whitewater kayaking—without the funding, Outside

An ode to climber Patrick Edlinger, The New York Times

An ode to running coach John Cheffers, The Sydney Morning Herald

What does it feel like to win a gold medal eight years later, when you can't monetize it? The Trailer via David Epstein

Get in the van, Adventure Journal

On the future of adventure filmmaking, Explorer's Web

An argument for Usain Bolt as Sportsman of the Year, Sports Illustrated

Guess who's at the front of the list for Anti-Sportsman of the Year? Sports Illustrated

Trying to change the world, one skateboard at a time, Wired

Best POV cam use for showing yard work, YouTube

"Everything wrong with cycling, all in one handy headline and deck," Outside via Keyeser

Skiers like to vote, maybe more than other people, Powder

Backcountry gear sales continue to rise, ESPN

World's newest winter sport? Outside

Suurrry, Wiggins. Marianne Vos is the international cyclist of the year, Velo News

Paula Radcliffe's elite career may be over, Runner's World

Has anyone seen Bigfoot? Anyone? Outside

The story behind Powder's December cover, Powder

"Kiteboarder Chases a Speed Title That He Lost to a Rocket-Shaped Boat," The New York Times

Surfer Chris Malloy's adventure bucket list, Outside

Dinosaurs may have had the same view of the Grand Canyon that we do?
The New York Times

Who wants to challenge this guy? North America's best deer tick collector brought in 15,000 last year. NPR

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