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Uganda's First Olympic Snowboarder Is a Badass
Brolin Mawejje, born in a country with no snow, plans to make history at the 2018 winter Olympics.
Beer Drinkers, Time to Tone It Down
Session beers are low in alcohol, beloved by athletes, and popping up on every brewery's roster
The Last Hope of the Great White Shark?
Former reality-show skipper Chris Fischer has revolutionized shark science—with a daring system for catching the beasts alive and a radical new research-funding model. During an expedition off...
7 Reasons to Watch the FIS Championships
More cowbell, more Lindsey, Mikaela, and Bode—and one excessively adrenaline-fueled event you can't miss
How to Adventure with Edibles (and Not Do Anything...
Ski slopes are hard enough to navigate without injury. Don’t let your snack be a liability too.
John Vaillant on the Keystone Pipeline
Canada has the potential to lead the world in renewable energy—if only the government will listen
Lena Moffitt on the Keystone Pipeline
Putting pipelines through sensitive ecosystems has led to catastrophic oil leaks before. The threat from Keystone is no different.
Blocking the Pipeline Won’t Hinder Global Warming
Climate change and the global demand for oil will persist whether or not Keystone is built
James W. Goeke on the Keystone Pipeline
A hydrologist lays out why Great Plains groundwater is safe from possible leaks in the pipeline