Before last month's Boston Marathon, a big win had eluded her for years. This changes everything.
North and Lights features runner Vanessa Morales completing her dream of running under the northern lights.
The post-exercise recovery trend has produced mountains of new research. But can you trust the results?
From filmmaker Noam Argov, Running Across California chronicles Ali Butler-Genesk’s attempt at a ‘fastest known time’.
Products based on the age-old concept of vibration therapy are cropping up everywhere, and athletes are some of their biggest advocates
We asked seven pro athletes about the no-fuss swimwear they rely on when surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, and racing and training in the pool
After an hours-long day in the mountains, all we want to do is eat. These are the Outside staff's go-to meals.
After the craziest race in decades, a controversy emerged about prize money. Luckily, this story has a happy ending.
Two weeks after Kathrine Switzer made headlines at Boston in 1967, 13-year-old Maureen Mancuso quietly shattered the women's world record. Few people noticed.
Thanks to smartphones and watches, athletes can track more data than ever. But is HRV all that really matters?