A Stanford coach who took more than $600K in bribes isn't getting any jail time.
When you are far from land, the need to be completely self-reliant is key, and every small accomplishment is an affirmation of survival itself.
Wicked sensitive crews in the time of wooden ships and iron sailors.
As the Auld Mug returns to Aotearoa, VICE looks back at what he was protesting, how he did it, and what has changed.
Later this year, Sabreena Lachlainn will set out, completely alone, in a 34-foot sailboat.
"When things get violent, and the boats get thrown around, and you're tossed around like a cork in a bottle—you find out who you are."
Only twice have sailboats ever gone faster around the globe, but those ships had crews of 10 and 14, who worked in shifts.
Sitting across from me in a bar, they have the look of three men who've been at sea a long time—but in the best way possible.
“We’re using the seeds as a way to talk about challenges within the food system,” says Amy Franceschini, one of the artists involved in the project.
We talked to the shipbuilder and the captain of the Draken Harald Hårfagre.
As far back as the first known literature in Europe, sport has been a crucial narrative device. More than that, however, it has defined what it is to be a warrior, and what it is to be a man.