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Edie Thys-Morgan
By Edie Thys

The US Open came and went, giving us great tennis and excellent stories: Serena vs. everybody else; Serena vs. Venus; Federer vs Drop Shot; Serena vs. Serena; Italy vs. Italy; Djokovic vs. Federer. Every time I looked into the eyes of the players as they embarked on matches that would last for hours, it underscored how difficult it must be to manage their emotions for so long. Getting psyched up and holding it...

Kevin Donoghue, founder of Fitnamics with a podium finish
By Kevin Donoghue, Professional OCR Athlete

A few nights ago, I sat in front of 9 to 10 TV producers in an undisclosed location, a place that I have never been. I was here because of my exploits as an athlete. But this meeting was their way to find out what kind of person I was and whether I was going to be good for the show. Being a good person wasn't necessarily a prerequisite.

The question that stuck in my mind was, “if there is anything in your life...

By Kim Kircher

Kim Kircher's, Edge Radio does a great job addressing all aspects of adventure sports. Among other topics, Kim talks with Robb Gaffney about decision making and the founding principles of Sportgevity. 

Riding free can be a heavy tradeoff
By Steve Grizwold, Retired ER Physician

I had an experience this weekend that may be of interest to those of you I worked with in the ER. It’s a bit of a long story but bear with me. 

Kathy and I were out for a weekend adventure and were crossing Beartooth Pass atop the Beartooth Plateau which straddles the Montana Wyoming border. We were coming down the Wyoming side when...
Chris Hetherington
By Megan Michelson

What we can learn about playing it safe from retired NFL fullback Chris Hetherington.

 

Chris Hetherington retired from the NFL in 2006, after 11 seasons of playing professional football. He last played fullback for the San Francisco 49ers; before that, he played for the Oakland Raiders, the St. Louis Rams, the Carolina Panthers, the Indianapolis Colts, and the Cincinnati Bengals, where he was first...