Thirteen countries battled in Belgium for this year’s Beer Mile World Championship. The most important rule? Don’t throw up.
This year the U.S. will host the most World Cup events in history. Stream them all live on Outside.
We ran in ten new supershoes and compared their feel and ride so you can narrow your search for the model that best fits your stride and preferences
New data outlines how much they run, how long it takes to resume training after giving birth, and how well they return to competition
Here’s what we know about the Mosquito Fire, how local communities are being affected, and what Western States 100 race organizers are doing to respond
The items that got our writer through the Steamboat Gravel Black Course
UTMB is a brutally challenging race, but the race-week hype, world-class competition, and global party vibes have a way of making every runner feel special
Everything you need to know about the famed races in Chamonix, France
The 2022 World Cup Downhill race season gets underway in Lourdes for the Pinkbike Racing team
A fitness tracker provides some insight into how the virus affected Danish cyclist Magnus Cort
Netflix, phone calls home, and a trip to the barber are just some activities that Tour de France riders will do on Monday’s rest day
In his latest VeloNews journal, American cyclist Neilson Powless explains what it was like to come agonizingly close to leading the world’s biggest bike race
Just One American Has Worn the Tour de France‘s Yellow Jersey, According to the Race’s Official Record
If doping admissions and bans are the threshold, just one U.S. rider has ever worn yellow
Tour riders eat more food, race less, and train at altitude more frequently than ever before. Dutch team Jumbo-Visma takes us inside its preparation for the world’s biggest bike race.
The Tour de France took in the brutal and bumpy roads used by Paris-Roubaix on Wednesday
The American rider pens his second exclusive blog from the Tour de France for VeloNews
Tour de France Stage 1: Yves Lampaert Goes Faster than Favorites for Shock Stage Win and Yellow Jersey
Tadej Pogačar makes huge ride to finish third on the stage and begin his title defense as Yves Lampaert surprises the specialists for victory
How does a brand improve on the world’s fastest marathon shoe? It makes it more suitable for the masses, not just the best of the best.
Some words of wisdom from one of the most consistently excellent marathoners of the past decade
Jakob Ingebrigtsen may be a 21-year-old wunderkind, but he’s already learned an important truth about the fleeting satisfaction of success
Like the two-hour marathon chase, next month’s assault on the seven- and eight-hour Ironman barriers will require some rule-bending
This retired professional ultrarunner has found (almost) every waterfall along this wild stretch of central California coast. And, no, he won’t tell you where the best ones are.
The brand took its time entering the super-shoe race, but its new, responsive model for marathoners was worth the wait
In their recent release, Molly Huddle and Sara Slattery push back against conditions that curtail the running careers of young women, with stories from 50 who’ve made it
In this excerpt from his new book ‘Running Throughout Time: the Greatest Running Stories Ever Told,’ Roger Robinson surfaces an incredible bit of sports history: the Great Marathon Derby of 1909.
Matej Mohoric used a dropper seatpost to win Italy’s Milano-Sanremo road race, and then declared that the traditional mountain-bike component is “the future of cycling.” Here’s why that matters for you.
An analysis of pro cycling data finds that altitude-born South American riders race better at high altitudes than their lowland-born rivals
What motivates someone to run more than 3,000 miles around a block in Queens, New York? Transcendence.
Science-backed strategies to help you learn to accept racing discomfort and choose how you react to it
The most dominant ski racer on the planet is constantly questioning her talents—which may be the secret of her greatness
The 35-year-old made the switch after giving birth to her fourth child. Here’s what we can learn from her experience.
This weekend’s Millrose Games will provide a midwinter highlight and a much needed counterpoint to the marathon
Three methods to cultivate pacing mastery and optimize your performance potential
The 40-year-old’s stunning performance smashed two world records on Friday
Looking to sign up for your first triathlon? We share everything you need to know to help you have a successful first race.
The Olympic medalist turned coach didn’t have time to fully prepare and almost burned out mid-quest. Here’s how she adapted and finished strong.
The case for marking the passage of time by running your ass off
The case for an event that’s somewhere between the Boston Marathon and the Olympic Trials
A comprehensive guide, in chart form
Getting heckled by construction workers and definitely not crying: a New York City Marathon retrospective
While the benefit to giving elite women their own race seems obvious, the question of giving male marathoners a separate start is more contentious
A mathematical model explains how endurance and speed come together to determine who will win a last-lap sprint
When you spend your youth chasing highs, what comes next?
A new study uses machine learning to quantify the effects of temperature, humidity, heat, and sun
Dreaming of where to tri next? These picturesque races offer a reason to gawk at the surroundings of the world’s most scenic triathlons while you swim, bike, and run.
Thanks to the app’s open diary format, a race is more than just a race—it’s an opportunity for public introspection
‘What It Takes’ provides an authentic glimpse of what an ultramarathon is all about, the importance of the support crew, and the strategy needed to win
A friendly reminder that worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy
In the words of Brendan Leonard: “I did perhaps underestimate it a tiny bit”
Yes, people sometimes die while running. No, that doesn’t mean running is “dangerous.”
Christopher Blevins became the first U.S. man since 1994 to win a round of the cross-country Mountain Bike World Cup
Kona? Out. St. George? In. Instead of the Big Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, triathlon’s Big Show will take place in southwestern Utah.
The Prime X is banned for professional athletes, but that might be its main selling point
Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento
As the Fifth Avenue Mile celebrates its 40-year anniversary on Sunday, here’s a look at the legacy of the race
In order to achieve his first UTMB win, the American ultrarunning star is taking a whole new approach: rest
It is believed to be the first death in the 19-year history of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc races in and around Chamonix
Everything you need to know about the Collins Cup, who could win the first-ever event, how it works, and what the broadcast will look like
Endurance-science experts explain the world record holder’s incredible marathon dominance
For elite mountain athlete Hillary Allen, a near deadly fall was the start of a long, winding journey to find a new source of strength and purpose
News of the death was announced during the race’s awards ceremony Sunday, and some athletes held a moment of silence for the deceased rider
In a new series from Outside TV, two pro cyclists train three beginner riders for the one of the nation’s toughest mountain-bike races
Daniel Pérez and the Sanba Cycling Team are proving that delivery workers, line cooks, and mechanics race bikes, too
The Tokyo Games reminded us why athletics remains the greatest show on earth
Israel Start-Up Nation’s physiologist Paulo Saldhana explains the data—and the feelings—that determine who attacks when in a cycling race
The Australian WorldTour pro bikepacked the route from Brest to Paris
After losing her father to Alzheimer’s disease, one writer reflects on her relationship with grief and running—and the connections between the two
Tuliamuk had secured her spot in the Tokyo Olympics—then 2020 happened. Fortunately, she’s always run for more than just the medals.
All types of athletes can benefit from quicker instincts
The former Harvard rower is making the most of a six-month sabbatical from his new job at Zwift
Hobbs Kessler is taking the running world by storm
With working conditions like these, who would let their babies grow up to race bikes for a living?
Many races are coming back in 2021, but don’t expect to pick up right where you left off.
Long-distance running has exploded there, but responsible oversight of trail races has been extremely inconsistent—including, it seems, at the event last weekend in Gansu Province, where 21 runners died in a sudden storm
Studies suggest that sole stiffness doesn’t matter as much as we thought. Fit and comfort matter more.
Tourism and marquee events may face a boycott unless the cycling establishment can find an effective way to respond