This Week's Missing Links, December 8

The best articles, photos, and videos that I didn't post this week—until now. If you only click on one link, make it, "Disappearing Act: James Balog's Quest to Capture Climate Change in Action"

For the best longreads this week, check out "Weekend Reading: Conspirapocalypse."

Why skiing needs a surfline
, Wired Playbook

Paul Kimmage on his evolution from cyclist to journalist, Bicycling

Ligety nabs another victory, and lets loose with some more words on the new FIS regulations, The New York Times

Vonn scores a hat trick, and says she's not giving up in her fight up to race again men, The New York Times

Where is Bode Miller?, The New York Times

The end of snow sports? Outside

Some tips for climbers looking to get life insurance, National Geographic Adventure

Anyone not in favor of Alberto Contador's tainted beef supplier not being the president of the Spanish Cycling Federation? Too bad. The Washington Post

Surfer Keala Kennelly on the possibility of surfing Mavericks, The Inertia

Some really big shoes to fill. Ryan Hall replaces God with a new coach. Innovation for Endurance

World's most popular surfers, as decided by the readers of Surfer Mag, Surfer

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