Adventures in Audio
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.
Carina Hoang fled the Vietnam War on a boat that was supposed to take her to a refugee camp. Instead it took her to a deserted island.
The founder of the Women's Climbing Festival talks about the influence female athletes are having on a sport long dominated by men.
The eclectic founder of the Black Roses NYC running collective on using athletics to create community in urban environments.
A violinist describes her bold quest to become the first female African American cyclist on the pro tour.