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Dr. Colleen Smith runs a chic holistic veterinary practice on Main Street, has a black belt in Taekwondo and doubles as a stand-up paddle board instructor on the weekends.
As a financial advisor by day, Chattanooga resident Anthony Bussey is a dedicated businessman. But in his free time, he’s an avid fly fisher, and this month he’s taking out time for a full-on fly fishing adventure in Montana.
Not many people have run a 50-mile ultra marathon and lived to tell the tale.
Many Chattanooga area residents enjoy being on the water, but only a select few love it enough to hold their own wedding ceremony in the middle of a kayaking trip down a river. Freestyle kayaker and Ace Kayaking School guide Kat Levitt is one of them.
Brooklyn Hughes is living the best of both worlds.
Local trail runner extraordinaire Tom Sell has some very big shoes to fill later this month.
Cycling our city streets can sometimes be dangerous enough; imagine trying to enforce the law while on your bike. Chattanooga Police Department Bike Patrol Officer Keith Jennings does that every day, then he hits the area’s trails on his mountain bike during his free time.
Kevin Livingood has turned his passion for photography and the outdoors into a thriving endeavor that makes every moment behind the lens a new adventure.
She may have time off over the summer while her students enjoy their break, but that doesn’t mean Noel Reagan won’t be working hard.
Chattanooga native Sam Silvey may spend more time seated at his desk than on his bike these days, but he hasn’t let the office take over all his interests.
As the 2012 Chattanooga Track Club Female Runner of the Year, Dianna Leun makes a great ambassador for the club and the sport in general.
Kelly Smallwood often goes where few have gone before — identifying, mapping and photographing an underground world that sometimes has never before been viewed by humans.
All runners want to know their strengths and weaknesses, their physical abilities and how to test their limits
For many people, hiking the complete 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail is the culmination of years of planning and practice.