For this year’s race, course designer Jean-François Pescheux mapped out one of the more unique routes in tour history, including a trip to the island of Corsica and a night finish under...
Inspired by a notorious assassin’s escape from prison, the Barkley Marathons just might be the toughest race on the planet, a 100-mile-long, unsupported slog through the Tennessee backcountry that...
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Catching up with the Kiwi kayaker between races about his upcoming debut at the London Olympics; his girlfriend, Martina Wegman; and how he tries to close the gap between slalom kayakers and creek...
For the past 12 years, Middaugh, a seven-time X-Terra National tri champ with seven more events on his schedule for this summer, hasn't gone more than a month without competing
Ric Gillespie has spent the past three decades looking for what he calls an “any-idiot artifact”: a bombproof discovery that will persuade the world he’s found Earhart’s crash site. Here are TIGHAR’s...
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