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From the Tokyo Olympics to local triathlon races, race directors are fighting a constant battle against sewage overflows, algae blooms, and pathogens. What can the average triathlete do?
Hypothermia is more common (and more complicated) than you might think. We break down the complex science behind what happens as you approach the temperature danger zone and how you can help yourself.
GPS smartwatches and fitness trackers work so seamlessly that it’s easy to take for granted the intricate cosmic efforts required to make it happen.
From beef broth and brandy to lab-engineered nutrition, fueling endurance sports is an ever-evolving endeavor.
Chemistry labs, ergonomics, thermoregulation—even the Manhattan Project (yes, that one): The research on wetsuits spans decades, but which is best?
If a claim is too good to be true, it probably is. Here’s how to analyze bold promises like an expert.
Why isn't there enough research on women?
How science is bridging the gap between physical and mental health.
A look inside the great hydration debate.
Why do we choke? Why doesn’t positive self-talk always work? Why does swearing help us deal with pain?
Inside the quest to hack the heat.
Do high-tech prosthetics give runners a competitive advantage?
To study cannabis in sport is to navigate an obstacle course of controversy, contradiction, and a maddening tangle of red tape.
More than 40 years after two jockstraps were stitched together, researchers are finally starting to understand how to build a better sports bra.