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Should USA Swimming Go Down?

A conversation with Irvin Muchnick and Tim Joyce, journalists who have spent years documenting the horrible story of sexually abusive swim coaches—and dogging a national governing body that they...

Deer Are Plentiful. Venison Is Not. Why?

Despite America’s booming deer population, finding locally sourced venison isn’t easy. The American farm-raised venison industry is small, but also a 100-year-old law called The Lacey Act means local...

T.S. Eliot Holds the Keys to Adventure

Kate Harris is an adventurer with a penchant for tiptoeing across national borders. She shares what it means to shape the world while you explore it–and how you can do it yourself.

The Green Hills of Cunningham

If courage is grace under fire, as Hemingway once wrote, then Sandy Cunningham is as courageous as they come. From a childhood in war-torn Rhodesia to living in a tent in Kenyan lion country, the...

Life Tips from a Pro Submarine Pilot

Underwater explorer Erika Bergman jokes that her petite size launched her career, but her mechanical and scientific knowledge are what led her to the depths of the Caribbean, Arctic, and West...

The New Rules of Skiing

Even if you’re a dedicated snow chaser, there are always new ways to make this ski season the best one yet. We did the footwork and learned the techniques, tips, and deals that are going to change...

Yes, Your House Is Too Big

We don't need a river or a tent with a view to simplify and minimize. We just have to be smart. We just have to live smaller.

How Do You Ski Concrete? Go With Red Wax.

So when Christensen nailed his four final runs, posting a score in the 90s each time and easily nabbing gold, he shocked everyone including himself.

Forget Lift Lines. Earn Your Turns Here.

The popularity of alpine touring setups has caused riders to seek more places to use them. Once relegated to the backcountry, AT enthusiasts are earning their turns in the land of chalets and...

Why Clif Bar Fired 5 of Its Top Athletes

Last week, Clif Bar, the California organic energy food company, dropped five climbers from its athlete team, including the sport's biggest name, Alex Honnold, the 29-year-old best known for his...

29 Things Everyone Will Be Talking About in 2015

Our guide to what you'll be eating, drinking, riding, wearing, and talking about in the year ahead, from sure bets (more fitness tech) to bold predictions (we're all moving to Seattle!)

Rory Bosio Is Reinventing Running

Rory Bosio raced her first ultramarathon in 2007. Since then, the Truckee, California, resident has notched four top-five finishes in the Western States 100 and won The North Face's prestigious...