The first Ironman was the product of some good-natured bullshitting. At a 1977 awards banquet for a Hawaiian swim club, members argued over whether runners, swimmers, or cyclists were the fittest,...
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A three-day, 33-mile canoe float through Boquillas Canyon, the farthest-flung and mellowest route in the park
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Within a week or so of starting at Outside, I was invited to go on the office’s traditional lunch run. Wishing to ingratiate myself with my coworkers, I went along.
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