The Editors

World's First Underground Bike Park Opens

The world’s only subterranean bike park, located in a former limestone mine 100 feet below Louisville, Kentucky, opened for business on Monday. The Louisville Mega Cavern offers mountain... Read More

Rohan Dennis Breaks One-Hour Cycle Record

Australian cyclist Rohan Dennis broke the record for farthest distance traveled in one hour on Sunday, covering 32.62 miles at the Velodrome Suisse in Grenchen, Switzerland, according to USA... Read More

Lawmakers Propose Renaming Mount McKinley

U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan (both Republicans from Alaska) introduced a bill Wednesday to change the name of North America’s highest peak from Mount McKinley to Denali, its... Read More

Michael Phelps Plans April Return

Michael Phelps, the highly decorated Olympic swimmer, plans to enter competition shortly after his six-month ban from swimming expires in April, according to USA Today. Last September, Phelps was... Read More

Tina Maze Wins Downhill World Championship

Slovenian Tina Maze won Friday’s world championship downhill in Beaver Creek, Colorado. The 31-year-old, a winner of two world championships and two Olympic gold medals, followed up a silver... Read More

Under Armour Buys Endomondo and MyFitnessPal

Under Armour, the Baltimore-based gear and apparel company, has purchased social fitness network Endomondo for $85 million and diet and exercise app MyFitnessPal for $475 million, according to a... Read More

Reichelt Wins Super-G World Championship

Austrian Hannes Reichelt captured his first world title with a win in Thursday’s super-G at the Alpine World Championships in Vail, Colorado, reports the AP. The race, postponed a day due to... Read More

Cops to Patrol Runners in Tokyo Marathon

Since the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, road races around the world have been beefing up security measures. The Tokyo Marathon, one of the six World Marathon Majors races, will go a step further... Read More

USATF Won't Ratify Coburn's Record

Emma Coburn, the fastest American ever to run the 3,000-meter steeplechase, set her mark of 9:11.42 on July 12, 2014, in Glasgow, Scotland, seemingly breaking Jenny Barringer Simpson’s best... Read More

New Plan May Put One Wasatch on Hold

The ambitious plan to connect seven ski resorts in Utah’s Central Wasatch Mountains, dubbed One Wasatch, could be postponed under a new proposal from Mountain Accord. The plan seeks to... Read More

Studer Sets Women's 100-Mile Trail Record

Ultrarunner Nicole Studer broke the North American 100-mile trail record at the Rocky Raccoon trail race in Huntsville, Texas, beating the previous record by 35 minutes with a time of 14 hours, 22... Read More

EPA Revisits Keystone's Climate Impact

A Monday letter from the EPA to the State Department indicates that a recent drop in oil prices would promote further oil sands production, which would worsen the pollution and climate change risks... Read More