Years of design, engineering, and testing have produced some very fancy kicks. Here's a look at a few neat pairs.
Depression is the most common cause of disability among young and middle-aged adults in the US.
Athletes do need more protein—but that doesn’t necessarily mean you need supplements.
Training, motivation, and luck are key to a long athletic career.
By exploring their limits, extreme athletes are more equipped to cope with physical and non-physical stresses.
As the sport takes its place in the Olympic lineup, biometrics and other types of data tracking help carve its future.
Joanna Harper’s work has catapulted her into a century-long debate about who gets to play women’s sports.
Skip the polar plunge and get some sleep instead
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Female athletes have certain advantages when it comes to endurance in sport.
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