Who You Callin' the 'Slowest Generation'?

America’s young people are neither “slow" nor "apathetic," argues one Millennial. They've just been kicking Boomer butt in events of their own choosing.

When Exercise Turns Deadly

We're told to exercise to stay fit and healthy, but sometimes training routines turn deadly.

Lessons from the Boss

Not all celebrities are train wrecks. Sometimes, they're perfect examples of what we should be doing to stay healthy and happy.

Why Exercise Isn't Enough

Just hit the trail to stay healthy? Not quite. If you're working a desk job, exercise may not be enough.

Can We Trust the Peloton?

In the wake of Chris Froome's brilliant stage victory, the critics have turned on the rider. To silence the doubters, Team Sky needs to address its problem with transparency.

Analysing Froome's Performance

In the wake of Chris Froome's brilliant stage victory, we turn to one of the foremost doping experts to see what his performance signals in the peloton.

The Ted King Scandal

Inside the dispute that ended with one of American's post promising riders leaving the Tour.

Kayaker Henry Hyde’s Olympic Dreams

When Henry Hyde was three years old, he convinced his father to buy him a Jackson Fun 1 boat and cut a paddle in half so that the little kayaker could take to the water. The investment paid off: Now,...