Scott Rosenfield (@ScottRosenfield) is a Level 2 USA Cycling Coach and Outside's Online Editor.
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A precocious young British boy has stumbled upon a chunk of congealed whale vomit that could be worth as much as $63,000.
A woman reported missing from a tour to the Eldgjá volcanic canyon in southern Iceland ended up joining the search party formed to find her.
A member of the Danish Cycling Union and board member of the Clearidium anti-doping agency tested positive for three banned substances at a veteran race in June.
A second person has died this summer while camping at Yosemite from the rodent-borne hantavirus.
A German sports official died Monday after being struck in the throat by a javelin.
The Canadian government has launched the largest search in history for the lost ships of Sir John Franklin’s 1845 failed quest for the Northwest Passage.
In this weekly roundup, we scour the Web for our favorite long-form magazine and newspaper articles, collecting them here and on Longreads and Twitter. This installment focuses on American athletes,...
The shotgun blast that struck Sunny on the night of July 29 did not kill her—at least not immediately.
A search party is heading into the Bob Marshall Wilderness to look for Noah Pippin, a 30-year-old Marine who disappeared in September 2010 while hiking in Montana.
Americans throw away nearly 40 percent of their food for a total of $165 billion in waste every year, according to an analysis released Tuesday by the Natural Resources Defense Council. Consumers...
With the price of corn rising, some ranchers have turned to an unconventional feed for their cattle: candy—the chocolatey kind.
Davis Phinney is living, leading, and winning despite Parkinson's disease.
This year, the Blue Ribbon Alpine Challenge is back, and we catch-up with Jessica van Garderen on the eve of the race.
A 70-year-old German man survived on a single chocolate bar and water for six days at 10,000 feet after falling into a crevasse in the Austrian Alps.