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Chilean authorities have fined the world's largest gold minion company $16 million for environmental offenses and suspended operations of an $8.5 billion mining project on the border with Argentina.
Italian cyclist Danilo Di Luca has been suspended and fired by his team after testing positive for EPO in an out-of-competition test ahead of entering the Giro d'Italia.
"High and Hallowed: Everest 1963" premiers at MountainFilm in Telluride, commemorating the 50th anniversary of Tom Hornbein and Willi Unsoeld’s legendary first ascent of Mount Everest's West Ridge.
A pair of synthetic running shoes generates around 30lbs of carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new study from MIT.
Bored of the bar? Go faster and save money with these unusual race-day foods.
The cycling community is in an uproar after a British woman tweeted about hitting a cyclist with her car.
A British climber who conducted the first live video interview from the summit of Mount Everest has incurred the wrath of Nepalese authorities who say the call was made without their permission....
Survivalist Bear Grylls announced a partnership with ZOZI, an adventure travel company, to become the brand's lead spokesperson.
Rockfall killed one climber in Yosemite National Park Sunday. The fatal slide occurred on El Capitan, the granite monolith at Yosemite Valley's north end.
A Chinese climber, Xiaoshi Li, died while attempting to summit Lhotse mountain Monday.
A popular pork-centered restaurant in the San Francisco area is closing due to an overwhelming aroma of bacon and concerns over grease disposal.
Michael Phelps is pushing back against a report that he'll return to competitive swimming for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
U.S. Anti-Doping Agency CEO Travis Tygart lashed out against the UCI, saying the body has failed to take "decisive action" against doping since the Lance Armstrong and US Postal scandal....
Washington, D.C., New York CIty, Los Angeles, and San Diego may be facing severe water shortages as climate change increase drouth potential, a newly released study finds.
A Wisconsin woman beat back an attacking black bear with a shotgun, saving her husband and dog Wednesday.