Today, surfing is a multi-billion-dollar global industry, with tens of millions of enthusiasts worldwide. For some it’s a serious sport; for others, just a way to let loose. But despite its casual association with fun and sun, surfing has a richer and deeper history than many realize. Scott Laderman shares the hidden history of surfing.
Aniol and Gerd Serrasolses have been kayaking together for almost their entire lives. Follow them on their adventure through the highs and lows of a life on the river.
One of Susanne Vanzijl’s two sons has autism, and IRONMAN provides an emotional release. She qualified for the IRONMAN World Championship in 2015, but didn’t finish the race. Two years later she is seeking a second chance to compete.
Grits are better with syrup in them!
Heather Milton, a senior exercise physiologist at NYU Langone Health, does not recommend sit-ups or crunches for building your core because they put your spine through unnecessary stress.
After six months of scientifically advanced training, three of the world’s most elite distance runners set out to break the two-hour marathon barrier.