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Watching the sunrise from atop Mount Sinai is the payoff for a nighttime hike to the summit.
Photography by Kadie Hummel, Christopher Rose and Shawn Clover
I checked my watch while my hands wrapped around a cup of tea that I got from one of the rest huts on the side of the mountain. It was three oâ€™clock in the morning and I was about two hours into my trek up the mountain.
Brazilian beach paradise set to host the world for 2016 Olympics
By Federico Cornali
Rio de Janeiro is known as the Marvelous City. For starters, it has beautiful beaches and dream views. From the Christ the Redeemer monument, the stone of Arpoador or the Chinese View, the most fantastic sunrises and sunsets can be seen, images that engrave in your memory.
Efficient packing is key to winning the airport race
By Melanie McQuaid; Photography by Simon Desrochers
As a professional triathlete, I spend eight months of the year travelling to races around the world, so I am often toting my bike, wetsuit, shoes, goggles and other triathlon paraphernalia through airports, rental car shuttles and taxis. I have to be organized to make travel as hassle-free as possible. Here are five tips to help athletes take the stress out of travelling.
I consciously take a deep breath, trying to find my inner rhythm as my body flows through the motion of each instructed pose. My leg is in the air while my hands and other foot remain planted into my mat, trying to perfect the one-legged downward facing dog, or Eka Pada Adho Mukha Svanasana.