Doctors around the world have stopped prescribing underarm crutches to injured athletes. So why do we still use them in the U.S.?
Falls put 3,000 climbers a year in hospital, costing more than $20 million, according to a new study
Avery Shawler left her Idaho apartment one morning in 2016 to hike a prominent peak. But the day outing quickly took a turn for the worse, and Shawler would end up needing a lot of luck—and all her backcountry skills—to make it home alive.
A survey of backpackers' tactics on the 220-mile high-country route offers insights on what works and what doesn’t
While recovering from a terrible accident, the ultrarunner discovered a new part of her identity that went beyond her sport
Researchers explore the psychology of running injuries
The myth that running causes osteoarthritis and ruins your knees has long been debunked. But what if your joints are already ruined?
The best way to prep your body to perform at its best
If you pick the right class, it's an invaluable tool for building strength, flexibility, and resilience
Researchers at Stanford and UCLA are teaching college distance runners that when it comes to staying injury-free, what they eat matters
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