Daniel Coyle

Daniel Coyle

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Daniel Coyle
Jul 19, 2006

From his offbeat stunts (he once drank 15 cappuccinos in one sitting) to his anything-goes demeanor (see Exhibit a—the fur coat—on page 4), Floyd Landis is the anti-Lance in every way but one: He'll stop at nothing in his quest to finish the Tour de France wearing the yellow jersey.

Daniel Coyle
Jun 13, 2006

From prologue to Paris, DANIEL COYLE followed the reigning champ throughout the 2004 Tour and all the way to victory No. 6. Now he's written a true-life sports thriller about how the Armstrong machine smashed the opposition. In this exclusive excerpt from Lance Armstrong's War, the author chronicles the brutal turning point of Lance's greatest triumph.

Daniel Coyle
Jul 1, 2005

Hideous crashes? Shattered bones? Tyler Hamilton smiles through it all—which is just what he needs to beat you-know-who.

Daniel Coyle
Jul 1, 2004

The High Cost of Being David Brower

He rescued some of the West's hallowed lands. He became one of the most influential environmental leaders of the century. In the process, he sacrificed friends, family, and anyone who couldn't keep up. Now, alone in the twilight, how does the archdruid make peace with it all?

Daniel Coyle
May 2, 2004

Tony Little Saves Tonga

Tony Little (I'm the World's Number One Personal Trainer!) travels to Tonga (it's a monarchy, right? you just stop the fatty food from coming in!) and whips the island nation into shape (holy shit, these people are huge!)

Daniel Coyle
May 2, 2004

“I want to get off my pills someday,” Roger says. “I think that if I stay around regular people a lot, maybe that will help me.”

Daniel Coyle
Jan 10, 2002

Fishing in El Noo Taat Denh

Daniel Coyle
May 21, 2001

From the Arctic Circle to the shores of Kachemak Bay, a sporting guide to the wilds of the 49th state.

Daniel Coyle and Geo Beach
Jun 1, 1998

Ted Nugent, '70s rock relic, loves the wild outdoors. Loves to seek out the earth's creatures, large and small, and shoot them. Loves that he could be the conservation movement's most valuable ally. Which is to say, he loves irony.

Daniel Coyle
Mar 1, 1998

The Captain Went Down with the Ship

Premise One: Eight years ago a drunk Joe Hazelwood piloted the Exxon Valdez into a reef. Premise Two: Eight years ago Joe Hazelwood martyred himself out of pride. Resolution One: After much suffering and introspection, Joe Hazelwood has found peace. Resolution Two: He's resolved absolutely nothing.

Daniel Coyle
Oct 1, 1997

Speed

They are human bullets. Their world is defined by 100-meter lengths of track. Their goal? To run as fast as a body can. Then faster.

Daniel Coyle
Jun 1, 1995