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Christopher Blevins became the first U.S. man since 1994 to win a round of the cross-country Mountain Bike World Cup

Kona? Out. St. George? In. Instead of the Big Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, triathlon’s Big Show will take place in southwestern Utah.

The Prime X is banned for professional athletes, but that might be its main selling point

Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento

As the Fifth Avenue Mile celebrates its 40-year anniversary on Sunday, here’s a look at the legacy of the race

In order to achieve his first UTMB win, the American ultrarunning star is taking a whole new approach: rest

It is believed to be the first death in the 19-year history of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc races in and around Chamonix

Everything you need to know about the Collins Cup, who could win the first-ever event, how it works, and what the broadcast will look like

Endurance-science experts explain the world record holder’s incredible marathon dominance

For elite mountain athlete Hillary Allen, a near deadly fall was the start of a long, winding journey to find a new source of strength and purpose

News of the death was announced during the race’s awards ceremony Sunday, and some athletes held a moment of silence for the deceased rider

In a new series from Outside TV, two pro cyclists train three beginner riders for the one of the nation’s toughest mountain-bike races

Daniel Pérez and the Sanba Cycling Team are proving that delivery workers, line cooks, and mechanics race bikes, too

The Tokyo Games reminded us why athletics remains the greatest show on earth

Israel Start-Up Nation’s physiologist Paulo Saldhana explains the data—and the feelings—that determine who attacks when in a cycling race

The Australian WorldTour pro bikepacked the route from Brest to Paris

After losing her father to Alzheimer’s disease, one writer reflects on her relationship with grief and running—and the connections between the two

Tuliamuk had secured her spot in the Tokyo Olympics—then 2020 happened. Fortunately, she’s always run for more than just the medals.

All types of athletes can benefit from quicker instincts

The former Harvard rower is making the most of a six-month sabbatical from his new job at Zwift

With working conditions like these, who would let their babies grow up to race bikes for a living?

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

Studies suggest that sole stiffness doesn’t matter as much as we thought. Fit and comfort matter more.

Tourism and marquee events may face a boycott unless the cycling establishment can find an effective way to respond

Tested for style and durability, these tops can handle anything coming down the trail

He’s not only one of the fastest cyclists in the country—he’s also one of the sport’s most outspoken champions for diversity. But his mission has morphed into the greatest moon shot of all: to bring bike racing to the American masses.

Justin Williams has a fast and furious vision for reviving road racing in America

Running alone against the clock is very different from trying to beat other runners, but untangling how our minds process the challenge is “like knitting with spaghetti”

The new Ted Corbitt Loop is great, but we still need a Ted Corbitt ultra

Detailed power data from sprinter Marcel Kittel and climber Tom Dumoulin highlight the contrasting physiological demands faced by different riders

In an uncommon skimo race in New Hampshire, two skiers climbed the equivalent of Mount Everest—twice

Signing up for a race right now is a weird mix of optimism and being in denial

Several British stars, including Paula Radcliffe, recently spoke out against an initiative to equalize cross-country distances for male and female athletes. The debate is more complicated than it seems. 

Yesterday's race had incredible times, but it all felt a little too perfectly engineered  

Sometimes spending more money gets you measurable value. But there's a point where that stops.

With races canceled, Enda challenged its sponsored athletes to set a record on Mount Kenya

A pro marathoner looking for a sponsor takes a scientific approach to finding the right match

Both professional and amateur athletes ran virtual iterations of the event in recent days

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