When he suddenly lost his vision at the age of 23 to macular degeneration, Alan Lock didn't know what he was going to do with the rest of his life. After a bout with depression, he got moving -- and rowed his way across the Atlantic.
As Chief Running Officer for Runner's World magazine, it's Bart Yasso's job to travel the world finding the most unusual and arduous races. His adventures and passion for the sport will inspire you to lace up your shoes, no matter what shape you're in.
Jeanne Stawiecki is living proof that it's never too late to dramatically change your life. Find out what motivated her to become the oldest woman to climb the world's seven tallest mountains, including Mount Everest.
Bacon and Butter For Breakfast
Apparently, that's what you have to eat to reach your goals ... at least, if your goals are to speed across Antarctica to the South Pole in record time!
GB Radio Show guest Ray Zahab is getting international attention for his trek -- take a look at what Fox News just posted on its Web site. SYDNEY, Australia "
A trio of Canadian adventurers said Friday they have set a new record...
He was given a death sentence at 16. Against all odds, he survived, and he figured if he could beat cancer twice he would never be afraid again.
Ray Zahab is one of the most amazing people you've probably never heard of. Find out how he went from coach potato to setting a world record in the world's most extreme place.
Ultramarathoner Runs 1,200 km in 20 Days
What would possess someone to run 1,200 km in 20 days across one of the driest, most brutal deserts on the Earth? For Ray Zahab, he runs to teach students everywhere that they can do anything they set their mind to.