The average American tosses away 70 pounds of textiles annually.
Naming your favorite jacket is a more involved process than you'd expect.
Barring a few impressive performances, the highly anticipated American Olympic team underachieved in Pyeongchang, leaving the Games with 23 medals, fourth in the standings. That won’t be the case for...
With the right toppings, pizza can offer a winning combination of carbs and protein—perfect before a big effort or to recover afterward.
Every four years, we get excited about the new tech debuting at the Winter Olympics. But what doesn't get as much attention are the everyday solutions athletes use to keep themselves up and running...
One of the hardest moves we’re likely to see at the 2018 Winter Games was developed the old-school way, by repeatedly bashing out attempt after attempt on cold, unforgiving snow.
The essentials snowboarder Jamie Anderson will bring to the Olympic Village to help her perform at her best
From mountain bike-inspired prosthetics to couch skiing, Americans are using the latest advances to maximize their output.
A few months before the 2015 Nordic World Championships in Falun, Sweden, the women on the U.S. cross-country ski team were starting to get anxious. Jessie Diggins had an idea to calm the squad’s...
Get ready for these contenders to crush the Winter Games.
We’re calling it: South Korea will play host to Team America’s most successful Winter Olympics ever.
After nearly 20 years of racing, the skier announced her retirement—and the sport will be poorer for her absence.
How Ultrarunner Mike Wardian powers his winning streaks
From $30,000 Airbnb rentals to animal sacrifices to 100,000 sometimes-naked umbraphiles, this is the wild shit that went down in the Wyoming resort town leading up to last week's astrological dance
The science on how, or even if, these powders, capsules, or goos really help remains inconclusive. But many athletes believe the placebo effect alone may be enough to nudge them to victory.
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