6 Things to Think About When Designing Your Child
Designing your child is designing the future. Do it wisely.
Is Your Exoskeleton Ready for Primetime?
Wearable robotic exoskeletons can be a game changer. But the tech may still be too hard on your brain.
Backyard Ultramarathons Push the Limits of Running
Ultra races like Big Dog and Run O’Clock neutralize speed advantages and inspire record-breaking feats of human endurance.
21st Century Olympic Doping
Gene editing for performance enhancement may not be the Tokyo cheat, but we asked the experts how far off it might be.
The Case for More Doping in the Olympics
Some tech and drug enhancements are banned as unfair, but ironically they could end up leveling the playing field.
Keep Running, Never Get Over the Hill
Elite athletes are now maintaining their level of performance in their 40s and beyond. What can they teach the rest of us?
The Deepest Free Diver of Them All
Facing troubling news in his DNA, William Trubridge displays a competitive advantage not found in his genome: equanimity
The Genetic Secrets of the World’s Greatest Free Diver
William Trubridge’s genome reveals some of his superpowers — and why his training is riskier than he ever imagined. Part two of a three-part series.