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Wednesday, August 29,2012

2012 vote will have huge impact on environment, wild places

The 2012 election isn't just about the economy or gay rights or the other issues that dominate the headlines, writes Vanessa Kritzer of the League of Conservation Voters.
Wednesday, August 29,2012

Two dead of hantavirus in Yosemite

A second death has been linked to an outbreak of hantavirus in Yosemite National Park, park officials announced, as roughly 1,700 people were exposed to the virus. There are two other confirmed cases.
Tuesday, August 28,2012

In failed long-distance swim, jellyfish stings trumped technology

Diana Nyad, a 64-year-old distance swimmer attempting to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys, called it quits last week partway through her journey, citing "extreme exhaustion." She could just as well have cited jellyfish stings.
Monday, August 27,2012

Lance Armstrong returns to cycling, runs Aspen mountain race

In his first public appearance since quitting his battle against the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Lance Armstrong rode in the Power of Four mountain bike race in Aspen, Colo., on Aug. 25, placing second.
Monday, August 27,2012

South African shot, robbed while kayaking Amazon

A South African expeditionist was shot multiple times Aug. 26 in the arm and neck while trying to navigate from the source of the Amazon to the Atlantic Ocean.
Sunday, August 26,2012

Christian Vande Velde wins USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Time trial in Denver decides cycling champion

By Elizabeth Miller
Without ever ranking higher in a single stage than the second place he took to Tejay Van Garderen in Stage Two, Christian Vande Velde turned up the speed in the time trial finish to the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Sunday afternoon, and won himself the race.
Saturday, August 25,2012

Levi Leipheimer jumps ahead to take lead in Pro Cycling Challenge

By Elizabeth Miller
Last year’s USA Pro Cycling Challenge winner, Levi Leipheimer, surged ahead up Flagstaff Mountain to take the lead in this year’s race. He was still pushing hard across the finish line, and smiling once he crossed it.
Friday, August 24,2012

Youth movement carries USA Pro Challenge to Front Range

Farrar wins Stage Five; Boulder next for cyclists

By Elizabeth Miller
Today’s Pro Cycling Challenge saw an early breakaway that held the lead for most of Stage Five's descent to Colorado Springs before losing it in the final circuits through town.
Friday, August 24,2012

Armstrong faces lifetime ban over doping charges

Lance Armstrong has decided not to fight doping charges against him brought by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, which now plans to strip Armstrong of his seven Tour de France championship titles.
Thursday, August 23,2012

Jens Voigt wins Pro Cycling Challenge Stage Four six minutes ahead

By Elizabeth Miller
With a note on his top tube that said “shut up, legs,” Jens Voigt took off ahead of the break at 12:15 p.m., just 30 minutes into Stage Four of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.