Raising money once a year is great. So is pushing yourself to the limit. But today's racing culture is all about the fun.
From fat biking and snowshoe racing to winter trail running, there has never been more opportunity—or more variety—for competing on snow. Here's how to thrive when the mercury drops.
Why you don’t need a PH.D. in fitness to train well
A growing list of apps and tracking units allows you to challenge riding buddies and strangers alike.
There are plenty of cheap and free underground events. The easiest way to find them? Start making friends.
There's a boom in offbeat races—gravel grinders, obstacle-course runs, cyclocross events—so it's never been easier to experiment with a new sport. Here's how to decide which one's right for you.
Finally, more races are offering child-care options for active parents.
Michael Rogers has tested positive for the muscle-builder clenbuterol. Like teammate Alberto Contador before him, he claims the positive was caused by eating "tainted meat." Should we believe him?
Serious boaters, including 28 year-old professional kayaker Rush Sturges,will tell you the only way to train for whitewater paddling is to go paddling.
Never mind the health and environmental benefits. It’s good for the soul.
The dirt (and freezing water) behind Sweden’s premiere event, ÖTILLÖ
But do the ease and relatively low cost of modern self-monitoring mean athletes should be tracking every bit of training and racing data? Or are athletes taking the Quantified Self movement too far?...
Seven do-anywhere sweat sessions that you can bang out in under 30 minutes
Professional freeskiers train on trampolines, you should, too. These simple jumping exercises will help you add something more flashy than "The Cricket" on the kickers in the terrain park.
A new study in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise suggests a reliable, yet simpler way to find your VO2 max: An online estimator using your age, weight, sex, waist circumference,...