Carl Brunning and David Brudus go head to head in the first ever accessible motorcycle drag race.
Exercising now may help preserve your memory and cognition later in life
At the time, nothing sounded more contrary than "sports" wheelchair. The two words didn't even seem to go together ... and for many years they didn't. This week's Throwback Thursday cover is from our February 1977 issue. On the cover: Steve Scott of San Jose, Calif., is caught mid-stride in his "racing" sports chair. Note the low back, semi-pneumatic front tires, axle placement. Photo John Brennan.
With a little help along the way, dreams are finally coming true for two athletes from Africa.
Are you looking for an adventure? This one will test you beyond what you thought was possible.
Athletes were at the top of their game for this annual junior competition.
This annual sports camp illustrates that while you can't control much of what happens in life, you can control your attitude in how you deal with each trial and tribulation.
We're told exercise and staying active is good for us. But what happens when all that racing, biking, basketball, rugby, etc., starts to take a toll?
An African hunting trip presents some challenges but many more amazing rewards.
Athletes and brain power are words not often used in the same sentence. But this deep thinker takes that notion and throws it out the door.