(February 18, 1969—November 10, 2009)
A new travel outfitter is offering up dream adventures guided by elite athletes. Is it too much of a good thing?
Chris Lieto is poised to make Americans care about the Ironman againif he can just hold on to his lead.
Most people who lose a leg dream of walking again. For adaptive athlete Jarem Frye, the inventor of a spring-loaded prosthetic knee transforming the lives of amputees, that wasn't nearly enough. He wanted to fly.
Bob Burnquist is on a quest to go bigger and scarier than any athlete has ever thought possiblewhile also running an organic farm and choosing smoothies over Red Bull. He calls this progress. Behold the enlightened life (and far-out dreams) of the world's greatest skateboarder.
The American swimmer looks to best a world record.
She drinks hard, fights dirty, and runs 100 trail miles faster than any woman alive. Meet Jenn Shelton, ultramarathoning's new antihero.
In July, one of the deepest Tour de France fields in years will see several riders not named Lance staking their claim for yellow. Here are the ones to watch.