Beginning August 16, Randy Whorton will start a 289-mile paddling journey in Cumberland Gap, Kentucky, on the northeastern border of Tennessee. From there, he’ll navigate the twisting Powel River, through various connecting lakes and creeks, all on a stand-up paddle board.
It was a hot morning. The sun had been in the sky for only a couple hours but already the humidity was so thick I could taste it.
Tim Morgan said it all started with an email.
Pangorge pulls adventure downstream
Ben Friberg's perilous journey consisting in part of 1,000 miles down the potentially turbulent Yukon River--on a standup paddleboard
Owner and VP of one local construction company, president of another and father to eight children under the age of 12, Chattanooga-native Duane Horton most recently added ‘inventor’ to his life resume.
Training can hone the body. After practicing every stroke, every spin and every step thousands of times leading up to Ironman, the body can perform precisely and without hesitation. Muscles don’t have to think, but the mind does.
Chattanooga makes cycle-life more than road races
Later this month, Derek Kozlowski will compete in the brutal Race Across America to raise money and awareness for his favorite cause—giving kids access to bikes.
A Get-Out Iron Will Update
Three decades have passed but Richard Guin says he still vividly remembers his first trip down river.
The first time I spoke with Tom MacKenzie, media relations specialist at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southeast Region, he was indignant.
A Get Out Iron Will Update
Two Scenic City cyclists hope to race from college into the pro ranks
Georgia Trail Summit paves way for community conversation to open outdoor opportunities.