After missing the first few events of the World Tour season due to an ankle injury, young Hawaiian surfer John John Florence is trying to crawl back into the world title race.
Some of the world's best creek paddlers, rock climbers, and mountain bikers headed to Vail, Colorado, last weekend for the annual GoPro Mountain Games, which is a bit like the X Games for adventure sports enthusiasts, and their pets.
The perfect lefts gave a big advantage to the goofyfooters, who did a lot of damage to this year's frontrunners by sending them to the losers bracket.
Many believed John John Florence would be in the ASP world title hunt this year. But in March, a bad landing at the Quiksilver Pro changed all that.
South African Jordy Smith, 25, earned his third career victory at the Billabong Rio Pro and jumped to number two in the ASP WCT rankings. [...]
More than 300 of the world’s best and brightest snowboarding talents gathered at Snowboarder magazine's massive Superpark in Oregon.
The opening round of the Geico AMA EnduroCross series opened with a stunning upset, as 41-year-old Mike Brown upset three-time champion Taddy Blazusiak to take the win in Las Vegas.
Ryan Villopoto's incredible second half in this year's Monster Energy Supercross Series propelled him to his third-straight championship title.
The elite ASP world tour is returning to Indonesia for the Oakley Pro Bali in May, and the world's best surfers couldn't be any happier.
As the Monster Energy Supercross Series returned to Minneapolis for the first time since 2008, Ryan Dungey made his Minnesota homecoming a triumphant one.