Adventures in Audio
There are a lot of tough endurance races, but the hardest one of all might take place on a single block in Queens, New York
Doctors around the world have stopped prescribing underarm crutches to injured athletes. So why do we still use them in the U.S.?
Setting cycling's hour record hurts so much that it's been called death without dying. So what does it take to get past the discomfort?
How do you design something for a user whose only feedback is incessant tail wagging?
To become an Air Force pararescue specialist, you have to get through a brutal training course and stay underwater for a long, long time.
It takes a unique form of wilderness therapy to help people suffering from emotional trauma.
There's only one way to do 10,000 pull-ups in under 24 hours: reset the limits of the human body.
A designer’s quest to make the world’s greatest piece of cutlery tells us a lot about the tireless creators of our favorite things.
Has being the subject of arguably the best climbing film ever made changed him? Absolutely.
There's a reason that some form of the Bigfoot legend persists all over the world.