Megan Stroup

4 Climbers Presumed Dead on McKinley

The National Park Service called off the search Sunday for four climbers presumed dead in an avalanche on Mount McKinley. The climbers were part of a five-person Japanese team caught in a small... Read More

Explorer Kayaks Across South America

On Tuesday, a Swedish explorer completed a nine-month expedition to kayak the length of South America and study its biodiversity. Christian Bodegren began on the Orinoco River in Venezuela last... Read More

Wiggins Wins Criterium du Dauphine

On Sunday, British cyclist Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) won his second consecutive Criterium du Dauphine overall title. Daniel Moreno (Katusha) won the final stage of the race but was unable to upset... Read More

BASE Jump World Record Claims Refuted

On Wednesday, Red Bull erroneously claimed a new world record after their sponsored athlete Valery Rozov completed a wingsuit jump in the Indian Himalayas. The Russian BASE jumper led an expedition... Read More

24-Year-Old Rower Dies During Training

A presumably healthy Serbian rower died Wednesday during a training session at the age of 24. Nemanja Nesic, a decorated member of the Serbian national rowing team, inexplicably collapsed while... Read More

Andy Schleck Admits Knee Problems

Luxembourg cyclist Andy Schleck has revealed that he lost a week of training last month in order to receive treatment for knee problems. Schleck spent three days at a Swiss clinic in May after... Read More

YouTube to Livestream Olympics

Live coverage of the London Games will be streamed on YouTube in 64 territories free of charge, the International Olympic Committee announced Wednesday. The coverage will include 2,200 hours of... Read More

Vibram CEO Announces Resignation

President and CEO of Vibram USA Inc. Tony Post has announced his resignation effective next month. Post has led the company for the past 11 years, including through the 2007 launch of the... Read More

Trees in Tundra Point to Climate Change

A study published in the journal Nature on Sunday suggests climate change has contributed to a rapid increase in the growth of trees on the Arctic tundra. Researchers determined that small shrubs... Read More