For more than a decade, Michael Guthrie has dominated the world of tricking, a sport he describes as “emotion and personality, expressed with flips.”
Sports physiologist Michael Joyner breaks down what it takes to run a marathon in less than two hours—and how it could happen again.
On Saturday, the best marathoner on earth could make history on a straight, flat course, aided by controversial shoes and a phalanx of 41 pacers.
Is it the 7-10 Split? The Greek Church? The Big Four? The answer depends on whom you ask, but many bowlers agree: The 7-10 split deserves the title.
Watch neuroscientist David Eagleman explain how that internet-shattering visual illusion—and others like it—mess with our perception of color.
Follow the eight steps described in this video and you too can start solving Rubik’s cubes faster … and faster … and faster.
Call them fire tornadoes or fire whirls, these spinning conflagrations can tear roofs off houses and spread flames unpredictably. Here’s how they work.
Players, coaches, and scientists alike say that the current record of 64 yards is well shy of what humans are capable of kicking.
Serve speeds have been climbing for decades—topping out at 163.7 mph. Here’s how players store all that energy in their bodies to release it in a coordinated strike.
The average distance of PGA drives has been rising steadily due to changes in equipment and training. But it’s still almost impossible to hit 450 yards.