This man nearly died in a BMX stunt.
This fight isn't merely about parkour. It's about who controls the new youth-centric sports that are the Olympics' future.
We spoke with Chris Gunnarson, the President at Snow Park Technologies, whose work includes crafting the course for the Winter X Games.
McMorris, who suffered a ruptured spleen and multiple fractures, underwent two surgeries over the weekend and is recovering in a Vancouver hospital.
With its first World Surf League-sanctioned tour event in the books, Nazaré is no longer just a photo-op.
Not only is Ken Block renowned as the co-founder of DC Shoes, he's also become one of the world's most ambitious stunt drivers. Here, we talk to him about filming his world-famous Gymkhana series, and driving to the absolute limit.
Earlier this month, Emily Harrington successfully summited Cho Oyu. Her team gave themselves just two weeks door-to-door to summit and ski the "Turquoise Goddess" – and broadcast the entire expedition to the world via social media.
It was impossible to see Rieder at work and not feel the immense desire to skate yourself.
"My friends sent me messages or gave me phone calls and said, 'We're so proud of you.'"
Travis Rice, who's been called the Paul Revere of big mountain freestyle, discusses how he's actually more like Thomas Edison, among other things.
Anecdotal evidence paints a picture of mountaineers doping their way to successful summits, sometimes with dangerous drugs. How serious and widespread is the actual problem?
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.”