Scott Rosenfield

Author's Bio

Scott Rosenfield (@ScottRosenfield) is a Level 2 USA Cycling Coach and Outside's Online Editor.

Operation Puerto Doc Guilty (UPDATE)

The doctor at the center of the Operation Puerto drug bust was found guilty Tuesday in a Spanish court of endangering public health, seven years after a raid on his clinic sent shockwaves through... Read More

Cannibalism at the Jamestown Colony

Anthropologists have found the first physical evidence of cannibalism at the Jamestown colony during the bleak winter of 1609-1610. The proof: The skeleton of a 14-year-old girl found in a cellar... Read More

3 Abalone Divers Killed Over Weekend

Three abalone divers died in separate accidents over the weekend in Northern California. An abnormally low tide drew divers to the beaches where they were snagged by powerful rip currents. "The... Read More

Riverboarder Descends the Green Narrows

Pro riverboarder Josh Galt ran the first decent of the Green Narrows—Gorilla rapids included—using nothing but a riverboard and a pair of fins this week. “What first caught my... Read More

Metal Detectors for Moscow Marathon

Metal detectors will be installed along the entire course of the Moscow marathon during the the world athletics championships in August, race organizers have announced. “The only way to... Read More

Route Announced for USA Pro Challenge

The third annual USA Pro Challenge will feature a return to the iconic Vail Pass time trial, venture into northern Colorado for a hilly stage, and finish with a circuit race in Denver, race... Read More

Hawaii: Least Stressful State, Once Again

It's no surprise, but Hawaii has once again checked in as the least stressed state in the Union. On a given day in 2012, only 32.1 percent of Hawaiians reported feeling stressed, according to the... Read More

June Mountain to Reopen Next Winter

After closing unexpectedly last spring, Mammoth Mountain's June Mountain Ski Area has announced it will reopen for the 2013-14 winter season. "Next winter we look forward to bringing skiers and... Read More

Climate Change Group Clone Redwoods

A non-profit group is cloning redwoods and with the intention of planting them around the world to fight climate change. According to the Associated Press, David Milarch, co-founder of Archangel... Read More

Running Banned at 3 Oregon Refuges

Oregon officials have planted "no joggings signs" at three national wildlife refuges in the Willamette Valley to discourage a pace that they say will disrupt wildlife. The signs have surprised some... Read More

Colorado Avalanche Kills 5

Five snowboarders died in a backcountry avalanche on Colorado's Loveland Pass Saturday afternoon. Search and rescue teams located five bodies, and it appears that a sixth snowboarder survived the... Read More

BASE Jumper Flies Through Rock Arch

Professional wingsuit flyer and BASE jumper Alexander Polli took his stunts to a new level flying through a rock arch at speeds approaching 155 mph wearing only a wingsuit. In a newly released... Read More

Thieves Steal Rhino Heads From Museum

Four rhinoceros heads valued at $650,000 were stolen from the National Museum of Ireland Wednesday night. In a statement released today, museum officials said four raiders overpowered and tied up... Read More