After a long pause following the World Cup opener in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, in March, the action is finally picking up again with Round Two this weekend in Val di Sole, Italy.
When it comes to training for peak performance, stress is good. To a certain extent. If you want to get better, faster, or stronger, you have to overreach (stress your body).
American mountain biking standout Aaron Gwin put on quite the show at Round
Norman Varga, a 25-year-old Hungarian triathlete, hit the pavement last Saturday on a quest to run 1,240 miles from Budapest to London in just 50 days, arriving just in time for this summer’s
At noon today GMT, Brit Mike Hall pedaled wearily into Greenwich, London, from where he departed on his journey February 18.
I happened to have ringside seats for the much-anticipated Half-Ironman in Galveston, Texas, a few weeks ago when Lance Armstrong raced his first triathlon on U.S. soil since the 1990s.
Among the materials on my desk is a brochure from the Road Runners Club of America, with a cover photograph of runners waving at the start line of a race.
Wave action at any worthwhile surf spot can humble the most experienced waterperson.
Understanding the ways that the ocean moves and what it's moving over can help you take your surfing to the next level. Here are the basics on tides, swells and breaks.
Most runners are already familiar with the speed- and strength-building benefits of interval training, which involves short high-intensity bursts of output with low-intensity recovery work.
There's good news for peak baggers everywhere, if former Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings (he won 74 episodes) can be believed.
When Desiree Davila concluded a solid but not spectacular track career at Arizona State University in 2005, she wanted to see if she could get mor
On Days 101 through 105 of this 110-day expedition, the team enters the most dangerous part of the Mississippi River, grimly known as Cancer Alley—where commercial vessels the size of small c
Ohio track star Meghan Vogel showed last weekend that there's more to being a champion than winning first place.
After the high school junior clinched the 1,600-meter state title at...
Do you often find yourself feeling absent-minded, forgetting important dates, or just plain misplacing everyday items?
The wild, deep forests of British Columbia—lodged between the Coast Range and the Canadian Rockies—are an ideal getaway for summer hiking, and renowned for snow sports come winter.
Step aside, Optimus Prime. Take a seat, WALL-E. There’s a new member of the robot family in town, and its name is Joggobot.
Joggobot, a modified version of a...
Mt. Everest, like anything "est"—highest, deadliest, costliest, etc.—is polarizing.
It's not often we come across an athlete who credibly combines spelunking, via ferrata and mountain biking (OK, this is the fist example w