The 29er gives the flagging sport of sailing a facewash
We liberate the sport of fly-fishing and take you back to the clean and simple basics. Now go fish.
On Alaska's most dangerous body of water, a rugged band of sailors lives to sail—and to tell about it
Churchill, Canada, Isn't Just for the Bears
Successful guerrilla angling requires stealth, perseverance, and an insatiable, what-the-hell willingness to hunt for fish in some damn weird places
A noisy controversy roils the quest to catch the big one
Canoeing the Bronx River is sheer metro adventure
The leatherback frogmen of the NYPD Scuba Squad patrol a hellish world beyond noir, where body parts abound, the water's filthy, and mob victims wear concrete shoes. And get this—they love it.
It takes a brave heart, a keen interest in cryogenics, and a thick coating of neoprene to climb into an iceboat and fly across a frozen lake at upwards of 60 miles per hour. But hey, hard-water sailors don't mind. What else would they do with all their free time?
The Pacific Rim's most explosive endurance sport combines speed, pain, and ancient tradition
Rodeo kayaking's effort to transform itself into a mainstream sport
Some of the most innovative boats ever built prepare for the fiercest race in sailing history
A Tex-Mex multisport adventure takes exhilarating turns in Big Bend country
Where the Suwanne hits the Gulf, a bygone Florida thrives in the wilderness
As the United States prepares to hand over the canal, Panama's wild wonders are ripe for discovery
Small child grows up, learns to surf better than anyone ever, finds fame, gathers wealth, forms a band, lands on television, dates starlets, grows bored, moves on. Just another success story, peculiar to America.
The endless summer set has yet to find Raglan's World class waves. Lucky for you.
Heading the Call of Oregon's Clatsop Spit
Premise One: Eight years ago a drunk Joe Hazelwood piloted the Exxon Valdez into a reef. Premise Two: Eight years ago Joe Hazelwood martyred himself out of pride. Resolution One: After much suffering and introspection, Joe Hazelwood has found peace. Resolution Two: He's resolved absolutely nothing.
Six young men set out on a dead-calm sea to seek their fortunes. Suddenly, they were hit by the worst gale in a century, and there wasn’t even time to shout.