Ironman World Champ Loses Virtual Race When Husband Unplugs Smartbike

Over the past few weeks we’ve shared stories of the wide variety of ways that outdoor endurance athletes are continuing to stay fit and healthy while under quarantine. In some cases, that has involved running laps around the kitchen table or even the backyard. In other cases, we’ve seen a rise in the number of … Read more

Australia Closes Iconic Tourist Destination Uluru to Climbers

This past weekend, Australia took the bold move to shut down of its most well-known and iconic tourist destinations to travelers, permanently closing off Uluru (aka Ayers Rock) to hikers and climbers. From October 26, on no one will be allowed to scale the sandstone monolith, which has been viewed as a sacred site amongst … Read more

First All-Female Crew Set to Race in the 2018 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

History is about to be made in the upcoming 2018 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, which is scheduled to get underway on December 26. That’s because this year, an all-female team of racers will take to the water for the first time, with a very strong, talented, and experienced crew ready to leave their mark … Read more

Video: GoPro Takes Us to the Great Barrier Reef

One of the more intriguing technologies that GoPro has been touting in its Fusion camera is something called Overcapture. Essentially, this is the action camera company’s take on shooting 360º video, but up until now we haven’t seen a lot of great clips that take advantage of this feature. But the video below illustrates its effectiveness … Read more

Video: Louis-Phillipe Loncke Completes Tasmanian Winter Traverse

A couple of weeks back we shared the news that our friend Louis-Phillipe Loncke had completed his first-ever winter traverse of Tasmania. This was an epic journey that left him exhausted, pushed to his limits, and 15 kg (33 pounds) lighter than when he set off. The video below is from a new report aired … Read more