Fluorinated glide wax is being banned from elite competitions, and big brands like Swix say they're searching for environmentally friendly alternatives. But the seductively speedy—and noxious—...
How Swiss hiking specialist Sarah Marquis is redefining what it means to be a modern-day explorer.
The quest to become the fastest paraplegic marathoner on earth.
Kale Poland, founder of Cleetus Fit, takes pride in a brand of fitness where dumpster towing and beer yoga are equally at home. Now he's out to conquer the Deca Ironman—ten Ironmans in a row.
Tour de France broadcasts are almost cruel in their teasing. We’re almost programmed to think about alighting in a small village for a month, existing on fromage and Beaujolais. Ultimately, most of...
Bill Donahue goes seeking the lost art of growing old with intention and purpose.
This year’s Dirty Dozen will raise money for Chew, the event’s longtime coordinator and guiding spirit.
Cyclist Danny Chew completed his first 200-mile day when he was 10 years old. It was 1972. He rode an orange Schwinn Stingray with high-rise handlebars and a banana seat. He rode for 23 and a half...
Learning the old ways from southeast Alaska's native people
The world's best tracker of new primate species shares secrets for finding fuzzy little guys in the woods
Hop on (HUH?), rev up (WHAT?!), and take a trip (I can't HEAR YOU!) deep into the hillbilly heart of West Virginia, where gas-huffin' ATV motorheads churn through the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area...
Two decades ago in Sarajevo, Bill Johnson won America's first Olympic gold medal in the downhill with an astonishing kamikaze performance. Now, in the wake of a comeback attempt that almost...
Meet the proud residents of the nation's arsenic capital.
Lloyd Pye—writer, paranormalist, possible wighat—reveals the true origins of the starchild
This year's World Extreme Skiing Championships will feature two types of descent: Hail Mary and Mother of God
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