As the owner of one of the largest skatepark construction companies in the world, Mark “Monk” Hubbard says skateparks are “a tool to the universe to even out the positive and negative energies that rule the galaxies.”
On Sunday, Mayada Al-Sayad will become the first woman to run a marathon for Palestine. She hopes other women will follow her lead.
Professional surfers from around the world share their opinions on surfing being a part of the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Balinese spiritual leader, environmental activist and pro surfer, Mega Semahdi on the most popular home ground victory in a long time.
Cuba's skate scene has no funding, very few resources and not much to speak of in terms of a skate park. But despite those obstacles scene is growing, thanks in part to organizations like Cuba Skate and the kids that want to see it furthered.
Neftalie Williams sees skating as a tool for cultural diplomacy—something he has experienced firsthand while working with kids in countries such as Cuba, Brazil, Spain, and Afghanistan.
Mountain athlete Sam Elias’s new film series transcends the lines between outdoor enthusiasts and downtown urbanites.
The Berbers of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains grow up traversing miles of harsh terrain. Which, local ultrarunner Mohamad Ahansal believes, makes them extremely good distance runners.
Most skate companies won’t sign a kid until he or she reaches high school—but they’re not afraid to logo up those kids (and their social media feeds) before they turn 10.