From the outside, things seemed perfect for the former world extreme skiing champion: he had a family, a successful guiding business, and unending adventure out his front door in Valdez, Alaska. But something dark festered beneath the surface.
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The company sponsors some of the best athletes in the world, from Emily Harrington to Alex Honnold, all of whom are vying for a slice of the brand’s annual budget to support their expeditions. The process can be as competitive as getting into an Ivy League university—except, if approved, the athletes are often taking on death-defying adventures.
Professional freeskier Jérémie Heitz has transformed over his career and is now skiing 4,000-meter faces in Switzerland's backcountry
Two new studies find performance benefits from high levels of the sunshine vitamin, but they're not the final word
Pronation is out of favor, comfort is too vague, but maybe measuring your "habitual motion path" will guide you to a shoe that minimizes your injury risk
Top trail runners mix running and walking on steep terrain, but even scientists aren't sure how we choose which is better
After finishing a disappointing 12th place at the 2020 Olympic Trials, he is looking to close out the year with a big win
Do high-tech prosthetics give runners a competitive advantage?
Her death is a sad reminder of the ever present risk in mountain sports
With races canceled, Enda challenged its sponsored athletes to set a record on Mount Kenya
BASE-jumping pioneer Jeb Corliss is one of the original madmen, a fiend for the extreme who has miraculously survived multiple crash landings in a sport that rarely allows second chances. Now, at 44, with a self-diagnosed psychological disorder, he's embarking on his most fraught journey yet: into the depths of his own mind.
Switching it up was exactly what he needed
Five items that made our lives easier, from a neck-saving pillow to an acupuncture set
After running 2:31:49 and setting a U.S. junior record in the marathon, college freshman Tierney Wolfgram wants to try her hand at shorter events
To pick their two-hour marathon team, researchers tested some of the greatest runners on the planet. Now they're revealing what they found.
Skiers are claiming that there are issues with Pieps DSP backcountry safety devices
At 59 years old and with a preexisting condition, Paralympic rower Angela Madsen had plenty to worry about as the coronavirus spread across the country. So she dipped the oars of her small rowboat in the Pacific and pointed the bow toward Hawaii. She never returned.
Flowing through a simple set of movements can help calm your nervous system down
Former Princeton runner Russell Dinkins argues that universities should preserve their "most accessible" sport
Wim Hof's teachings about breath work and the health benefits of cold plunges have attracted millions of followers who swear it has cured everything from depression to diabetes and makes them happier and stronger. Our writer traveled to Iceland (naturally) for a deep dive with the man and his methods.
In 'Above the Clouds,' the world's greatest ultrarunner recounts the lifelong effort that led him to the tallest mountain on earth
Coronavirus hasn't stopped Italian heartthrob and two-wheeled avenger Vittorio Brumotti from righting society's wrongs. The cyclist has delighted audiences with his TV news segment "100% Brumotti," shaming people for parking in handicapped spaces and taking on no less than the Mafia. We ride along with Italy's favorite bike hero.
A new analysis casts doubt on the idea that people are born as "responders" or "non-responders" for training in thin air
A handful of apps are rebranding the menstrual cycle as a female athlete's untapped superpower. Here's what you need to know about them.
This high-tech—and high-priced—workout gear looks like it's out of science fiction
Runners sponsored by smaller companies might be in a better position than those who are signed by major brands
Updated guidelines write a prescription for exercise that may be just as important as traditional cancer treatments for maintaining—and regaining—your health
After an exhaustive search of the literature, researchers conclude that, well, it's complicated
The hotter it is, the closer we come to the ever elusive goal of besting the horse—which supports the evolutionary "born to run" hypothesis
The regulations will allow collegiate runners to market themselves for profit
A decade after 'Born to Run' made them famous, anthropologists take another look
The professional mountain biker has never made race a platform. But amid the protests against racial injustice, he opens up about being Black in a predominantly white sport, the challenges he's faced on and off the track, and what we can all do to address bias in the outdoor community.