The Rouge-Orleans is a landmark race in Louisiana.
The dusty trail to stardom that landed native Arkansan Gail Davis on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
From statewide stage races to single-day community festivals, cycling events draw millions of spectators and some of the best international athletes to one of the world’s most exciting sports.
Hammocks aren’t just for resting anymore. Unnata Aerial Yoga is a new blend of traditional yoga with the physical training of an aerial acrobat.
IRONMAN 70.3 South Africa takes place this weekend in East London. Race director Paul Wolff talks about the sold out race and the country’s triathlon scene.
Photographer Zoie Clift went to Saturday night’s PBR Lucas Oil Touring Pro Series at Verizon Arena. That’s PBR as in Professional Bull Riders, not, you know, the other PBR.
Four-time Olympian Danielle Scott-Arruda took off the entire 2010 season to give birth to her first child, Julianne. Last month, the 39-year-old confirmed she was back.
Louisiana lands an ultra on the levee.
A review of one of the most high-performance race suits available.
There’s no shortage of experience behind this new race.
Damaged by Katrina, an African American icon will one day reopen as a training center.
Rev3 Portland is next up for this Wildflower sensation.
Last year’s 70.3 World Champion on Coke, her 6-pack, and Rihanna.
Every month we track down a pro and subject them to a round of 10 questions. This month, Montana-made Linsey Corbin spoke to us as she prepares to fly to Chile.
Who knew peanut butter, cream cheese, and hugs could fuel victories?
One of the greatest half-marathon fields assembled for a U.S. race took to the streets of New Orleans as part of the inaugural Rock ‘n’ Roll Mardi Gras Marathon and Half-Marathon on Sunday, and the competition lived up to its billing.
The final day in February ushers in the debut of the Mardi Gras Marathon under a new direction, course and name: the Rock ‘n’ Roll Mardi Gras Marathon & Half-Marathon.
Andy Potts made the miles look effortless on his way to a course record at the Ochsner Ironman 70.3 New Orleans on Sunday. The 34-year old racer of Colorado Springs won the race in a time of 3:43:44.
Donned in a bright pink racing jersey and bib number 201, Lineth Chepkirui, 22, of Bomet, Kenya, kept up a commanding pace throughout the 10K distance, winning in 30:43 to successfully defend her women’s title and achieve a personal record.
The Fergusons do the miles together.
Kevin Brockmeier writes stories that are inventive and bend toward the fantastic. His latest collection, The View From the Seventh Layer, gives readers another glimpse into the author’s storytelling portal, which is routinely described as meticulous, imaginative, lyrical and empathetic.
A sports landmark is in the works in downtown Orlando, Fla. The Amway Center, which is scheduled to open in fall 2010, will be home to the NBA’s Orlando Magic and at 875,000 sq. ft. (81,290 sq m) and 8.75 acres (3.5 ha) it will nearly triple the size of the Orlando Magic’s current home arena.