Sunday, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki — this year’s US Open runner-up —will be racing her first marathon, only a week after a semi-final loss to Serena Williams at the World Tennis Association...
Cyclist deaths on U.S. roads increased 16 percent between 2010 and 2012, when 722 cyclists were killed, according to a study by the Governor's Highway Safety Association.
As lava encroaches on Pahoa, Hawaii, residents have been warned that they might need to evacuate, according to an AP report.
The hunt, now in its third year, will end February 28 or when 150 wolves are killed, whichever comes sooner. Hunters have already killed 103 animals, or 70 percent of the quota, in less than 10 days...
A reunion of Lance Armstrong and several former Teammates scheduled for this weekend at Saturday’s Hincapie Gran Fondo in Greenville, SC, has been scuttled by USA Cycling.
A 47-year-old California man died from injuries sustained in a rock-climbing fall at Zion National Park on Sunday, according to a Park Service press release.
The U.S. Attorney's Office announced last week that it would not pursue charges against Brian Murphy, a 57-year-old Texan who had been charged with illegally discharging a firearm in Glacier National...
On Friday, Arapahoe Basin became the first Colorado ski resort to open this season, according to the Denver Post.
Some people just can't wait to make turns: 36-year-old Italian ski instructor Marco Tomasello skied with a friend down a layer of ash covering Sicily's Mount Etna, a 10,991-foot active volcano.
A severe snowstorm and avalanche has killed at least 17 hikers and their guides in Nepal, with more than 100 others missing, according to a CNN report.
Police have arrested 24-year-old Ronald Beau Marshall in connection with the Boles fire, which overtook the Northern California town of Weed last month, according to a report in the Sacramento Bee.
Investors believe a spark from a moving vehicle started Yosemite's Dog Rock Fire, which is burning 245 acres in the national park, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Andy Schleck announced his retirement from cycling in a press conference on Thursday, October 9, in his hometown of Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg.
Eighteen-year-old Canadian mountain biker Tom Van Steenbergen attempted what is being called the biggest front flip in MTB history with a 72-foot upside-down cliff-gap huck.
Angling for a piece of one of the hottest trends in the biking industry, USA Cycling has announced the first-ever Fat Bike National Championships.