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The tour's latest installment, premiering virtually amid the pandemic, comprises four films that show off epic climbs from around the world, but not from the usual suspects

He overcame addiction and workaholism to become an elite endurance athlete and star podcast host. As he sees it, it's never too late to start over on the path to a more balanced life.

The filmmakers behind HBO’s ‘Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season’ had to deal with a sudden plot change while documenting the legendary skier’s quest for a coveted record before her retirement, but ended up with an even more interesting story

It's the first climbing film to receive such broad mainstream acclaim

In their new film, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin capture Alex Honnold’s historic ropeless El Cap climb and the emotional toll it took on everyone around him

Fast, cocky, and more than a bit reckless, the 28-year-old might be the best ultrarunner in the country. And he's finally proven himself over a full 100-mile race.

Training essentials for road and trail

A record-holding marathoner and a journalist explore how your mindset can improve your running, and your running can improve your mind

At 33 years old, she became the oldest woman to medal in alpine skiing—thanks to smart, restrained racing

A new startup wants to take sports medicine digital. Is it a good idea?

Before this weekend, everyone wondered: Is Shiffrin on track to become the best skier in history, or just the best in slalom and GS? Now we know.

Don't let the cold shut down your training.

A new nonfiction book by Ted Genoways looks at the complex argument over how best to grow food in America, told from the farmer's perspective. Another good read explores how a drug kingpin made millions breeding horses.

They were both phenoms who got burnt out on the sport. Their relationship helped reignite the spark.

The ultrarunner takes a winding path across the U.S.

A time-tested piece of headwear attracts a new cult following

In California, millions of dollars' worth of almonds, walnuts, and pistachios are disappearing. Farmers are perplexed, the cops are confused, and the crooks are getting richer. We sent Peter Vigneron to the Central Valley to take a crack at the crimes.

A new meetup group is helping hordes of young urbanites get into nature

Taking control of your health is easier than ever

The most rewarding section of the Pacific Crest Trail

A 92-mile ride above the Colorado and Green Rivers in Can­yonlands National Park

A ten-summit high-altitude climb in Grand Teton National Park

An increasingly popular but unforgiving route

A 36-mile ride, through five ecosystems, to the top of the volcano and back

But first, get comfortable climbing in situations where you might fall

Thanks in part to Olympians and a certain reigning NBA MVP, sensory-deprivation tanks are exploding in popularity. Are they the next frontier of mindfulness training for athletes?

Gear to keep you moving through the unpredictable spring months

Everything you need to know to crash in the backcountry (in a good way)

The clothing company wants to be a major force in outdoor apparel. Can it succeed where other big brands failed?

A Nobel Prize–winning neuroscientist and a Harvard neurobiologist think they’ve discovered the antidote

Every fall, the world’s best mountain bikers assemble at Red Bull Rampage to hurl themselves down cliffs in search of fame and fortune—if they make it down in one piece.

The all-American Vintage Overland is custom-made for you to beat the ever living hell out of it

But don't worry—a stateside version of Europe's grueling Skyrunning series is ready to kick your ass

Leaked documents show running's doping problem is almost as bad as cycling's

The athletes stepping forward, the book of pills, the open letter—it’s a lot to keep track of. This is the evidence, weighed by experts.

Knowing the truth will help you run your best

One mile a day is all it takes to join this growing national club

One of our resident runners—a 2:45 Boston Marathon finisher—contemplates the necessity of new running tech, Stryd.

After last year’s Boston Marathon winner tested positive, the running community asked: Does Kenya have a doping problem? Does the world?

Cycling, skiing, and bobsledding have hinted they’re testing out mixed-gender events—but they’re not the head-to-head matchups we’re thinking of.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport might be going down. And that isn't necessarily a good thing for athletes.

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