Cold temperatures didn't stop one Chicagoan from training
It's easier than ever to jump on a bus, bike, train, or trolley to climb, paddle, hike, and camp
Surfers on Lake Michigan are getting sick, and they think they know why
Athletes break down their nutrition rituals.
Sunday’s race will be a treat for running fans
Techies turn to adventure to blow off steam. As San Francisco and Seattle price out everyone but executives, startups and established firms are seeking surprising outdoor playgrounds to put down roots.
Cyclist Tillie Anderson came out of nowhere to shatter records, dominate her competition, and earn the world champion title during the late-19th-century women's racing craze
Why drive when someone else can do it for you?
Creating a workplace that truly makes us happy and healthy takes a lot more than standing desks and on-site yoga. Thankfully, new research has sparked a growing design revolution.
A side-by-side comparison of the world's top-tier 26.2s
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