One day Brandon Sneed’s girlfriend called him to deliver alarming news: she’d impulsively signed up for a half Ironman. On a whim, Sneed decided to do the race, too.
Elite competitors have long practiced meditation and mindfulness. But neuroscience shows that it’s the true believers who are finding that higher gear—through prayer.
For 28 years, Kay Grayson lived side-by-side with wild black bears in North Carolina's swampy coastal forests, hand-feeding them, defending them against poachers, and letting them in her home. When she went missing last year, the only thing the investigators could find were her clean-picked bones. And that's just the start of the mystery.
One minute, you're checking a yardage marker for your buddy, and the next, you're being eaten by a golf course
In short: they clean up a lot of poop