News from the Field

Photographer: Courtesy of Aspen Snowmass Round

Aspen Goes High-Tech for Mountain Webcams

Colorado's Aspen ski area will install its fourth Roundshot camera next week, becoming the first location in the U.S. to implement these high-definition cameras. Roundshot cameras aim to replace... Read More

Photographer: Matt Dunham / Associated Press

Antidoping Official Faces Résumé Questions

Jamaica’s drug testing agency has been under fire for allegations that its testing prior to the 2012 Olympics was inadequate. Now, Herbert George Elliott, the man responsible for overseeing... Read More

Photographer: Wladyslaw/Wikimedia

WADA Proposes New Antidoping Rules

The World Anti-Doping Agency, which oversees the anti-doping efforts in Olympic sports, professional cycling, and the World Cup, is expected to ratify a new World Anti-Doping Code at the World... Read More

Dog Saves Paralyzed Skier

Leonard Somers was skiing down Berthoud Pass in Colorado when he fell down a ravine, hit a frozen tree trunk, and broke his back. Fortunately, his Alaskan Husky, Juneau, attracted the attention of... Read More

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Jogglers Hit 5K to Set World Record

Nine members of the Boulder Juggling Club competed in Broomfield's Anthem 5K on Saturday, hoping to set a new world record for the most jogglers—or, joggers who juggle—in a 5K. "At... Read More