News from the Field

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Ashenden Quits Bio Passport Team

Michael Ashenden, a prominent Australian anti-doping expert, on Tuesday announced his resignation from the lab that oversees the biological passport program. Ashenden objected to a clause in his... Read More

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Soldiers Located in Gila National Forest

Two soldiers from Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas and a woman who were reported missing in New Mexico's Gila National Forest have been found, according to New Mexico State Police. The soldiers failed... Read More

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10 Year Olds Climb 5.14

Two 10 year olds climbers on different continents on Thursday became the youngest people ever to send a 5.14a route when they redpointed the grade separately in Kentucky and Italy. Brooke Raboutou,... Read More

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Man Falls into Mt. Washington Crevasse

On Sunday, a hiker in New Hampshire fell into a crevasse on Mount Washington's Tuckerman Ravine and is believed to have died. Norman Priebatsch, who is in his late 60's, was hiking with three... Read More

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Levi Leipheimer Hit By Car in Spain

American cyclist Levi Leipheimer was hit by a car while on a training ride Sunday in Spain. He did not break any bones but was treated for a swollen and painful leg. The crash prompted Leipheimer... Read More