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Our vision of the year ahead, from sure bets (more fitness tech) to bold predictions (we're all moving to Seattle!)

Looking for the funnest terrain in North America? Go here.

Where deep powder meets uncrowded runs

Five mountain towns where the skiing and riding are matched by equally entertaining off-the-slopes escapades.

The 33-year-old triathlete is American's best hope to reclaim Ironman Kona.

Afterglow isn't just the year's most captivating ski movie—it's also a giant TV ad. And it could be the future of adventure films.

The former road cyclist from Easthampton, Massachusetts, is quickly taking over the European-imported sports craze, cyclocross. Here's what keeps him going up, down, over, around...

Serious careers? Check. Committed to their families? Check. Able to beat the pros at their own game? You know it. Five hard-charging desk jocks who manage to do it all share the secrets of their success.

Super-cushioned shoes are taking over. Take your pick of the latest designs.

From ultrathin condoms to high-tech women's skis, the world's strongest and lightest material has almost limitless possibilities. But the real breakthroughs so far have come in the world of sports.

Search the web for Dean Reinke and you’ll soon be scrolling through a rap sheet of consumer complaints about how he and his for-profit road-race company, USRA Half Marathon, do business. Is he a fraud who has stayed one step ahead of the law, or an upstanding man who’s been slimed by his enemies?

Weibrecht and Miller win medals

From a luge sled to the fastest skis in the world, this is what U.S. athletes will be competing on at Sochi.

Meet Kikkan Randall, the most exciting thing in cross-country skiing since... forever

America’s secret to victory in the bobsled? Outsourcing.

What we think will happen on, and off, the course at Sochi

Champ ends season due to 'no ACL'

How a cushy clown shoe is upending the minimalist-running revolution by Gordy Megroz

After a long period of stasis, helmet design is about to get much better

As awareness about sports-­related traumatic brain injuries grows, so do the number of ­advocacy groups devoted to the topic. Here’s where to turn for more information.

Inside Ted Ligety's masochistic plan to take over the ski universe, starting with the Sochi Olympics

Five great exercises you can do in just 20 minutes

Two-time CrossFit champ Rich Froning doesn't subscribe to fussy diets or exercise schedules, but he's seen real results. He shares his best practices.

After a tabloid linked one of the best female ski racers on the planet to a notorious doping proponent, we decided to take a closer look at the possibilities of doping in the sport. What we found might surprise you.

Already an Everest record-holder, the 29-year-old climbing great shares what it takes to reach the top

The extreme polar explorer on rock lifting, noodles, and scheduling conflicts

Winter is great, except when you’re holed up with no sun all day. Take your weekends back with one of these fresh, easy adventures.

The upstart climbing phenomenon reveals the secrets to his success

Andy Potts' key to a fast run? Stay tall. Greg McMillan, of McMillan Running in Flagstaff, Arizona, explains how to avoid hunching over, for a more efficient stride.

For Potts, the fastest American finisher at the 2012 Ironman World Championship, breakthrough performances mean paying attention to the little things. Even your socks.

Whether it’s steep shots, luxe adventure, or family fun you’re after, cat skiing is one of the best ways to carve untracked lines

Midwest ski resorts get a bad rap for too much camo and not enough snow. These four prove the stereotypes wrong.

Last year’s pitiful snow season left skiers and boarders starving for the white stuff. Which is why we’ve dug up a smorgasbord of new terrain, fresh trips, and killer deals that will have you ripping all winter long.

Where to fix your ski jones this winter

Utah resort managers are working to link seven mountains and 17,000 acres in one European-style network. Here's what it would look like.

The difference between hitting the summit and hitting the wall often comes down to the fuel in your belly. Here, 11 pros share their favorite nutritional secrets and performance-enhancing recipes.

The difference between hitting the summit and hitting the wall often comes down to the fuel in your belly. Here, 11 pros share their favorite nutritional secrets and performance-enhancing recipes.

The difference between hitting the summit and hitting the wall often comes down to the fuel in your belly. Here, 11 pros share their favorite nutritional secrets and performance-enhancing recipes.

The difference between hitting the summit and hitting the wall often comes down to the fuel in your belly. Here, 11 pros share their favorite nutritional secrets and performance-enhancing recipes.

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