April 19, 2021
TransRockies Race Series Names Ride with GPS as a Series Sponsor, Launches Hometown Challenge Series
Calgary, A.B. (April 19, 2021)— TransRockies Race Series, a global leader in adventure stage races, today announces Ride with GPS, a bike route planner and tracking app, as a series sponsor. Transrockies Race Series and Ride with GPS are kicking off the partnership with a new challenge for athletes. The...
April 13, 2021
The Olympics are scheduled to start in just over 100 days but COVID-19 continues to cause disruption across the world and cases remain on the rise in Japan. A new survey has suggested Tokyo 2020 organizers are still struggling to win public support with more than 70 per cent of...
April 11, 2021
The hotel will be used to isolate any athletes suspected of having contracted COVID-19 at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Those isolated would remain quarantined for 10 days. Inside The Games
April 6, 2021
United States-China tension is spilling into sports: The U.S. is considering a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics. The potential boycott of the Winter Games could be in concert with other countries, though it is not immediately clear which ones. Front Office Sports
March 31, 2021
Record breaking climer Alex Honnold is known far and wide as someone who doesn’t experience a basic human instinct most of us do: fear. That's what makes a recent conversation with Joe Rogan pretty amusing. The Inertia
March 26, 2021
A guide, Bruno Cutelli, also died in the avalanche, according to the French ski federation. People
March 24, 2021
Dake Traphagen, 69, is in custody, charged with first-degree assault and possession of a dangerous weapon, after turning himself in to authorities. GearJunkie
March 24, 2021
Every winter, dozens of Russians and international visitors lace up their special ice cleats and embark on a remarkable 42.2-kilometre run across Siberia's Lake Baikal. Check out the footage here. This year, 70 runners took part. While much of the route across the lake was over clear ice, blowing snow meant...
March 23, 2021
You’re not seeing double. Two months after a bear chased a skier down the hill at Predeal in Romania, another video — this one up close and personal — shows the same thing happening again. GearJunkie
March 22, 2021
The course at the Barkley Marathons has won again. In the first race in almost two years there were no finishers at the ultra endurance event in Frozen Head State Park in Wartburg, Tennessee. Two participants—three-time Barkley finisher Jared Campbell and Tor des Geants finisher Luke Nelson—completed three loops of the Barkley...
March 14, 2021
This season the Nepalese government says it will require climbers and guides to get permission from its Department of Tourism before disseminating images of others on the mountain. Enforcing it won’t be easy. Outside
March 11, 2021
In a statement issued on Thursday, RVIA said that, after careful internal review, and discussion its board of directors, the RV Industry Association has decided to cancel ‘RVs Move America Week’ and ‘Advocacy Day’, scheduled for June 6-10, in Washington, D.C. due to ongoing COVID restrictions. RV-PRO
March 3, 2021
Obstacle course racing was the endurance-sports juggernaut of last decade. That came to a bruising halt with COVID-19. After a lost year, obstacle course racing is picking itself back up. Men’s Journal
March 1, 2021
The Australian polar explorer and mountaineer Damien Gildea has lobbed a quiet bombshell into the mountaineering world, penning a detailed piece in the American Alpine Journal, revealing that for decades, climbers have routinely stopped short of the summit on three of the world’s highest mountains. Adventure Journal
February 25, 2021
Half Dome, the gentlest slope off the iconic 8,839-foot summit in Yosemite National Park, is a 45-to-60-degree granite wall. On Feb. 21, Yosemite locals Jason Torlano and Zach Milligan becamme the first people to ski the iconic feature from its summit to the Valley floor, a 4,640-foot descent. Outside
February 22, 2021
Hervé Sedky, the new president and CEO of Emerald Holding, sees “early signs of a comeback” with two shows, including Surf Expo Winter, delivering 365-day customer engagement with digital tools rolled out over the pandemic. SGB Media
February 18, 2021
The Tokyo Olympics are making a major statement in Japan - they’ve put a woman in charge, right after former chief Yoshiro Mori resigned last week following scrutiny over sexist remarks. Seiko Hashimoto, a former Olympic bronze medalist in speedskating, was appointed as the new president of the Tokyo Olympic...
February 11, 2021
More hikers are now missing at mysterious site of death of nine hikers 60 years ago. Eight hikers from Moscow who’d headed to the site this week to pay tribute to the dead hikers, failed to return and authorities have lost contact with them. Adventure Journal
February 8, 2021
Danny MacAskill is not from this earth, but a planet filled with mountain bikers who can’t touch the ground with their feet, maybe because it is lava. This is MegaSkillz descending the Dubh Slabs on the Isle of Skye. Adventure Journal
February 3, 2021
The Indian climbers submitted doctored photos appearing to show them atop the world’s tallest peak, Nepal says. Fake claims of Everest climbs have become common. The New York Times
February 3, 2021
Singing and chanting will be discouraged as part of the International Olympic Committee’s bid to combat coronavirus and stage a successful Games in Tokyo this summer. It is one of a series of measures outlined in the first ‘playbook’, which also states that all visitors will be required to present...