AFM interviews the first American woman to medal in both summer and winter Olympics.
FOMO Training coach and AFM columnist Carrie Barrett visits with the Ironman Texas champion.
Recapping December's Rogue Distance Festival race from a participant's viewpoint.
How Mack, Jack and McConaughey created one of Austin’s biggest annual charity events.
People have been coming to Austin for over 10,000 years because the vast natural resources, fresh water, and distinct geology provide a unique spot for people to gather. While we can (and sometimes do) go on for days about the wonders of Austin’s treasured landscape, there is another treasure in the central Texas park scene, the Park Rangers who protect and preserve this cherished green space.
Thirteen-year-old boxer Caleb Suniga has a quite an impressive athletic resume. Some of his feats include three-time Texas Silver Gloves champion, Red River Invitational champion, Junior Olympic Region/State champion, and four-time Texas champion While those are nothing short of impressive, he has a bigger goal on his mind—represent the U.S. at the 2024 Olympic games.
Heroes aren’t born. They’re built from compassion, drive, and hard work. And the superheroes of Dell Children’s Medical Center are using their powers to heal and help kids be kids again.
At Austin Fit, we strive to know all the athletes in our community. We chatted with standout athletes and students, Jaelene Etkie and Trey Johnson, at Texas School for the Deaf about what playing sports means to them.
How Imani McGee-Stafford is using her voice, her story, and her platform to help children.
Texas Football alumni and NFL veterans, Brian Orakpo and Michael Griffin have surprisingly sweet plans for life after football. They continue to work together as a team not on the field, but making cupcakes and running their new business here in Austin.