For the last seven years, LA Judge Craig Mitchell has been helping hundreds of men and women on Skid Row find salvation through long-distance running.
Fernanda Maciel set a world record when she summited Argentina’s Aconcagua mountain because she was the first female to ever run the entire way.
When Latoya Shauntay Snell hit rock bottom, she couldn’t run a mile. Then, on a whim, she entered a half marathon. Now she's competing in ultras and inspiring others.
With an eye on the 2020 Olympics, surfer Lucy Campbell is hoping her athletic instincts will pay off on a quest for gold.
Warehouse parties might seem like an unlikely training ground for winning extreme triathlons, but not to Per Bittner...
Performing in the spotlight taught Inga Poste that she could push limits elsewhere too. Now she feels empowered to test herself on a new stage: the open road.
Amandine Ferrato gave up competitive running to travel the world. Then she found an outlook that led to a spot on her national team – with thrilling results.
Goodgym is a community of runners who stop off to do good deeds on their daily jogs. Photographer Jackie Dewe-Mathews joins them on an altruistic mission.
Shirin Gerami’s determination to become Iran's first female triathlete led to a win that transcends sport. This is her story.
Elisabet Barnes’ grandfather invented the modern compass, but that didn’t prevent her from feeling lost in life. This is the story of her redemption.
Louisahhh has been hailed as techno’s next superstar, but to get there she’s battled addiction and convention – a struggle overcome in the most unexpected way.
You may not have heard of Ludovic Pommeret, but he is the Usain Bolt, the Lionel Messi, the Lebron James of Ultra-Trail running. This is the story of his seemingly impossible comeback.