Is the World Cup being played on real grass?
Well yes … and no. To answer that question, let’s take a minute to talk about sustainable design.
Snow kayaking takes sledding to the extreme
The Winter Olympics have come and gone, but plenty of winter athletes are still going at it, including these snow kayakers participating in the annual Red Bull Snow Kayak competition on March 1 in Druskininkai, Lithuania.
Easy yoga routine helps skiers enjoy the snow
How about some ‘sno-ga’? Take off your equipment and run through some poses, right there on the snow, for a quick warm-down.
Have the Olympics inspired your inner athlete? Be careful out there
A physical rehab doctor offers his advice on how novice athletes can lessen the risk of injury and stay committed to exercise routines.
'Ski' diving in Sochi — no parachute required
Freestyle and jump skiiers appear to fly effortlessly through the air in these photos from the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
Which winter sports burn the most calories?
Excited spectators will burn about 60 calories in 10 minutes just watching cross-country skiers burn 260 calories in the same time frame.
6 winter sports with no Olympic staying power
Ice soccer with sticks, skating in unison and skiing downhill super-fast never made it to the winter games.
Even at the Olympics, figure skating has physical limitations
The quadruple jump is about all the human body can stand: When skaters land after the jump, they’re landing with seven times their body weight.