On June 3, 1972, New York Road Runners staged the world’s first all-women’s road race, the 6-mile Crazylegs Mini Marathon.
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Until now, backpackers divided cooking equipment and power solutions into two totally separate equipment categories, but two new devices debuting this summer brilliantly combine these disparate gea
Dave Cornthwaite recently pedaled a four-wheel pedal-car 1,000 miles from Memphis to Miami, and that may be about the dullest thing he’s done in recent memory.
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To understand surfing, you need to know the lingo. Learn these basic terms for the waves you catch and your place in them, and you can stop crooning like a kook.
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We stand around the Icelandic marsh in silence.
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