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You might be able to stop them before they even happen

Alone, these tiny details won't boost performance much. But their sum could mean 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

Despite growing popularity, the much-talked-about sport remains on the fringes of the endurance world.

Their genius is unquantifiable. That's a lesson Triathlon Australia learned the hard way.