As insiders predicted, Garmin Barracuda won today’s Stage 4 team time trial, taking the first stage victory in this year’s Giro on Italian soil.
Francesco Moser, 61, won a lot of races during his pro career -- 298 of them, in fact, including the Giro d’Italia and three consecutive years (1978-80) of the Paris-Roubaix.
When legendary ultra-runner Micah True's autopsy results came in last Tuesday, May 8, the ultimate diagnosis—heart disease—came as a shock to many.
For many, the scariest (or most exciting) part about zip lining is the heights—the dread of falling. But for Aimee Copeland, 24, the fall was just the beginning.
If you’re a new runner and you’ve recently caught the racing bug, finishing a 5K is likely no longer an issue; finishing it faster, however, is presenting a problem.
Sitting for long periods of time has significant consequences, particularly for your lower back, knees and sometimes wrists if you spend extended amounts of time at a computer.
Spending hours in aero position makes tight muscles unavoidable.
Teardrop tubes and pitchfork handlebars are the most noticeable differences between road bikes and tri bikes, but frame geometry—the way a frame positions the rider’s body—is the
St. George, Utah
It was February of 2011 and living in the mountains of Colorado, I hadn’t seen a dry patch of dirt or a temperature above 15 degrees in months.
The 2012 Ironman 70.3 U.S.
Freight Trains, the famed surf wave in Maui’s Ma’alaea Harbor, is safe.
It’s old hat by now that sports drinks like Gatorade and Powerade are a bit sugary (but it’s also understood
Just like a car, your body needs fuel to keep it going. But not just any fuel will do, especially if you want to push your body to extremes of speed and endurance.
Triathlete Alan McLean completed the Lake Placid Ironman with three insulin pumps and blurry vision, and still finished in the top 20 percent of his division.
Colombian rider Miguel Rubiano of team Androni Giocattoli—a wildcard entry from Venezuela—picked up a career-highlight win tod
Getting lost happens. And when it does, there are no hard and fast rules about what your first step should be.
Yesterday morning, Diane Van Derden hit the ground running with her latest record-breaking project attempt.
Here’s a versatile polar fleece that’s fuzzy warm, a solid midweight and looks sharp around camp (it doesn’t look like a bath mat in person, trust us).
With one week down and two more weeks of racing yet to go, the 2012 Giro d’Italia is still very much anyone’s game.
Wood as a frame-building medium is not entirely new.
On Sunday, May 20th, anyone who happens to be on a strip of earth 300 kilometers wide and thousands of kilometers long will be able to look up and witness a full annular solar eclipse—the fir
Everyone poops. (I read that once in a kid’s book, anyway).
There’s a reason we hike out into the wilderness: it’s wild, devoid of the trappings of and, where possible, the signs of human habitation.