David Strege

David Strege

David Strege is a veteran journalist with an extensive sports writing background as a staff member of the Orange County Register. He moved on to become the outdoors editor/action sports writer for 14 years at the Register before joining Yahoo! Sports as a copy editor. He subsequently became a writer for GrindTV Outdoor in association with Yahoo! Sports in 2012, and has been contributing to the various blogs ever since.

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855 Articles by David Strege

Natasha Lambert is sailing despite disability

Girl with cerebral palsy maneuvers sailboat by herself using a sip/puff straw system; 17-year-old completes sailing leg of Sea and Summit challenge

After sailing 430 miles, Natasha Lambert will attempt climbing tallest peak in Southern Britain, showing what is possible for someone with cerebral palsy.

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Lightning images make striking composition

Slovakian photographer Tomas Hulik used Photoshop to combine his images of all the lightning bolts within an 81-minute barrage into one electrifying photo

During the most violent lightning storm he ever encountered, photographer Tomas Hulik snapped multiple exposures and combined them into one stunning photo.

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Finn Iles belies his age, wins Whip-Off title

14-year-old mountain biker was deemed too young to enter the 2014 World Championships, but social media #LetFinnIn push pressured organizers to relent

Thanks to social media pressue, 14-year-old Finn Iles was allowed to participate with the veteran mountain bikers, and then he showed them up.

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Gold rush is silver lining to California drought

Bruce Meyer pans for gold fulltime; with state’s worst drought in recorded history, he and other prospectors are accessing spots previously impossible to reach

Sales of gold prospecting equipment at Pioneer Mining Supplies in Auburn, Calif., are up 20-25 percent because of the drought; spots are easier to access.

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