Alpinists are intimately familiar with death and grief. A therapist thinks he can address the unique needs of these élite athletes.
Michał Woroch talks about his plans to trek the Himalayas in a wheelchair, his previous adventures in Mongolia and the Americas, and how he found the perfect madman partner for his travels.
Bruce Lee’s philosophy was borne primarily of Western sources, especially the American counterculture.
On the 46th anniversary of his death, we consider the brief but remarkable life of Bruce Lee.
Since 2012, a single-handed, solo sailing race has taken place in the Baltic Sea. The 500-nautical-mile race attracts skippers hoping to qualify for even more arduous regattas.
In the interwar period, Poland was the European capital of ice yachting. People still sail across the ice today.
Bartosz Molik, a coach of the Polish wheelchair basketball team, talks about doping at the Paralympic Games.
Usain Bolt is currently the fastest man on Earth, but can his 100m record be beaten? We explore the limits of human sprinting potential.
Women’s football thrived at British filling factories during World War I, attracting incredible crowds. Yet a few years after the war, women were banned from playing the sport.
Why go to the Alps when you can – snow permitting – take a cross-country skiing trip mere kilometres from where you live?
Women’s football thrived at British filling factories during World War I, attracting incredible crowds. Yet a few years after the war, women were banned from playing the sport. Original publication by Piotr Żelazny.