Ian McMahan is a writer and sports medicine professional based in San Francisco.
Endurance sports have a problem with overuse injuries.
By themselves, these small lifestyle and training changes might not do much. But taken together they could be make the difference between a good race and a PR.
The brain’s tolerance for pain may be the deciding factor in how far we can push ourselves
The lack of doping positives by female athletes might just be a reflection of a flawed testing protocol.
Will the staged release of physiological data, nearly five months after the Tour, do anything to dispel the cloud of suspicion around the British rider since his first Tour win in 2013?
The world’s best open water swimmer says fear makes you grow, a little fat is okay, and make sure you have a big scary goal
In the build-up to Rio 2016, American triathletes have dominated international competitions, and are poised to step up to the top levels of the podium at next year’s Olympics—all because of a special...
Participation in ultrarunning events is up, and some high-profile racers and media have brought the spotlight to the sport. But here’s the reality check, ultrarunners. While the number of finishers...
A great coach's genius is unquantifiable. Triathlon Australia learned that lesson the hard way when it centralized its coaching system.