Martin Fritz Huber

Will Next-Gen Running Shoes Be Banned?

Fans of competitive swimming will remember 2008 as the year Speedo released its now infamous LZR Racer suit, thereby enabling Michael Phelps to fulfill his destiny and become the world’s first...

'OMG, You'll Die If You Keep Running So Much!'

Last week, the New York Times fitness maven Gretchen Reynolds published an article titled “Slow Runners Come Out Ahead,” where she relayed the findings of a paper published this month in the Journal...

Cody Townsend Skis the Line of the Year

The climactic scene in the upcoming documentary Days of My Youth features 31-year-old slope specialist Cody Townsend rocketing through an almost fully enclosed couloir somewhere in Alaska. We asked...

Great White Attacks Kayakers

A group of kayakers near Point Conception, California, say they were attacked by a great white shark on Friday afternoon. As CBS Los Angeles reports, the kayakers were rescued after a nearby... Read More

How Fast Is Berlin and Why?

Running in excellent conditions yesterday in Berlin, Kenya’s Dennis Kimetto broke the world record in the men’s marathon, clocking a time of 2:02:57.

Volcanic Eruption Kills Hiker

For the first time since 2007, Japan's 10,120 foot Mount Ontake erupted, killing one hiker, leaving 10 unconscious, and initially trapping hundreds of people, the BBC reports. According to Japan's... Read More

Death in Glacier National Park

On Sunday, September 14, the body of a 22-year old Missoula resident was recovered from the north side of Mount Siyeh in Montana’s Glacier National Park. Initial reports suggest that the man,... Read More

The Horrible American Diet

A 12-year study of Americans' eating habits indicates that we're eating healthier—though still very poorly. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health gauged the eating habits of... Read More

Livestrong Makes $50 Million Donation

In what the Texas Tribune is calling a "major strategic move," the Livestrong Foundation announced that it will make a $50 million donation to the University of Texas at Austin's new Dell Medical... Read More