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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907 Articles by David Strege

Andreu Lacondeguy wins Red Bull Rampage

Rider takes steepest, most difficult run for first victory after three, fourth-place finishes; watch his run and then see it through his eyes in POV video

Andreu Lacondeguy of Spain always believed in himself. "It was just a matter of time before I would be on the podium," he said of the 2014 event in Utah.

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Coyote struck by SUV, gets stuck in bumper

Animal suffers three fractured legs and recovery is hopeful; driver thought he had hit something while driving to work but didn’t know it was wedged in the grill

Mark Armour was as surprised as his co-workers at the Waukegan train station to find a live coyote stuck in the front of his SUV. The animal survived.

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Video shows hikers hit by Mt. Ontake ash cloud

Volcanic eruption in Japan reportedly kills at least 36, injures 63; survivor shoots dramatic footage of the fallout as hikers scramble to make it down the mountain

Japanese hiker Kuroda Terutoshi managed to film the moments just after Mt. Ontake erupted Saturday and covered him and other hikers in ash.

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Is the Iceland Worm Monster real?

Despite ruling by a panel of experts saying it is, skepticism remains over the mysterious creature known as the equivalent of Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster

Video footage of the Iceland Worm Monster, a mysterious serpentine creature along the lines of Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster, has been authenticated by a panel of experts convened to determine whether the film shot in 2012 is real.

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Surfing author Michael Scott Moore is freed

Kidnapped by Somalia pirates in January 2012, writer was released this week after an undisclosed ransom was paid, according to media reports

Michael Scott Moore was in Somalia researching a book on piracy when he was abducted by 15 gunmen. His captors originally demanded a ransom of $8 million.

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Stunning photos taken of secret lava cave

Nature photographer Josh Hydeman explores an underground cavity formed by flowing lava 8,000 years ago in a location somewhere in Washington

Lava cave features tubes that used to flow with lava but are now hollow openings of rock formations with a kaleidoscope of colors.

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