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After 21 ultrarunners died in a trail race in May, the Chinese government responded dramatically, and many are worried about the future of the adventure sports boom that’s been taking place there
Long-distance running has exploded there, but responsible oversight of trail races has been extremely inconsistent—including, it seems, at the event last weekend in Gansu Province, where 21 runners died in a sudden storm
How some race organizers are making changes to become more sustainable, and 3 ways you can make a difference.
After 2020, holding the event at all will be a victory in itself
Signing up for a race right now is a weird mix of optimism and being in denial
There's no better way to celebrate these holidays than by exploring our public lands
What was promoted as an innovative new online event has come to a halt as employees and contractors allege missed payments
How America’s “#1 Runners’ Restaurant” helped bring a community and its police force closer together
On the Dirty Kanza and the cycling world's reckoning with a racist, exclusionary past
Most endurance events are canceled for the summer, but Spartan Race will hold its first event since the pandemic from June 13 to 14 in Florida
Organizers of the popular Grinduro California gravel event wanted to do better than its 15 percent non-male participation rate. So they set aside spots for women, femmes, and trans and nonbinary people, and sold out in four hours.
Instead of figuring out what to do about the 2020 race, organizers should start planning for next year and use the opportunity to finally create a true women's Tour de France. Here's how it could work.
It’s an isolated struggle against an invisible adversary for an indefinite amount of time. Sound familiar?
As the pandemic continues to surge and major races are canceled, we can return to running for its own sake
Last year the jackpot was $311,652. Watching ice melt just got really interesting.
1,500 customers will receive annual America the Beautiful passes at the brand’s retail locations
The founder of the industry's biggest ski show is acquiring public-facing expos in Denver and Boston
The law will soon mandate equal pay for men and women in athletic events on California state lands. But legislators may have missed an opportunity to make broader inroads on gender equity in sports.
Has Governor Gavin Newsom done a bad job managing the wildfires? Should he invest in "cleaning" the forest? We've got answers.
The American Cornhole League wants to turn a game that's typically played with one hand holding a beer—and possibly named for an indecent part of the human body—into an international spectator sport
Catch the great southerly migration with North America's top birding enthusiasts
As delegates for the UN's Climate Action Summit convene in New York, the real leaders are the young people pushing for climate justice in the streets
Two years ago, a massive river of mud and granite swept over thousands of feet of alpine terrain, killing eight hikers before swamping the alpine village of Bondo, Switzerland. This type of disaster is often fueled by climate change, and it will happen again.
This week, we’ve got Zephaniah OHora performing 'High Class City Girl from the Country'
Your head is pounding, your muscles are cramping, and your heart is racing. Then you get dizzy and the vomiting starts. Heatstroke kills thousands of people every year. This is what it feels like—and how to know when you’re in danger.
With more participants in ultramarathons, more competitors are experiencing the joy of hallucinations and other ailments. Exile Medics steps into a newly necessary role.
A free weekly 5K? What’s not to love.
After three years of sold-out events for women-identified and non-binary people, Flash Foxy introduces an extension where men are welcome, too
I witnessed history, of a sort, from my desk, watching a free livestream of the first-ever virtual race for pro cyclists
Sal Masekela, first son of a Haitian immigrant and a legendary South African jazz musician, was the face and voice of the X Games, Red Bull’s Media House, and the Olympics. Now, as the meteoric growth of the action-sports industry comes back to earth, the most connected man in the room is left wondering what’s next.
The former white-boy rapper and mega-successful serial entrepreneur has become a bestselling wellness author and Tony Robbins-style life coach. His latest venture, a highly social weekend of walking up mountains until you drop, called 29029, is pitched as a new breed of restorative endurance event. But is this just a brutal group hike with good marketing?