Let The Mag take you behind the scenes of the fan-inspired tattoo session of Phoenix Suns forwards Marcus and Markieff Morris. -- Alyssa Roenigk
Cam Zink set a new benchmark in mountain bike progression by crossing the 100-foot mark, but he doesn't want to stop there.
Stephanie Gilmore has a new movie coming out called "Stephanie in the Water," and she'll also appear on "World of X Games: Women of Action" Saturday on ABC.
A former collegiate cheerleader explains why the AMA's recent designation of the activity as a sport could kill cheerleading as we know it.
Tony Hawk will join a small fraternity of dads who have commentated on TV while their sons compete in a pro sport when his son, Riley, makes his XG debut.
Sure, men go bigger than women, but it's not due to their size. Turns out, women in action sports can do anything men can do, until someone tells them they can't
As the Donald Sterling scandal rages on, pay careful attention to all of the disgust about his blatant sexism. Because there isn't any.
Despite a shaky start with concerns about course conditions, the Olympic debut of slopestyle and freeskiing proved to be good for both the Games and the sports.
Alpine racer Justin Reiter will be the last snowboarder to compete for Team USA in Sochi. Meet the most passionate Olympic snowboarder you've never heard of.
Emotions were running high at the Olympic debut of women's ski halfpipe, as athletes, family and friends honored the memory of freeskiing pioneer and advocate Sarah Burke.
Underdog Alex Deibold won the U.S. team's only snowboardcross medal at this Olympics, a bronze.
Twenty-year-old Olympic snowboardcross racer Trevor Jacob is the youngest, most inexperienced racer on the U.S. team, and he just might win it all.
The story of the day at women's snowboardcross was not that Lindsey Jacobellis fell in her semifinal heat and failed to win an Olympic gold for the third time. The story was Eva Samkova, who raced flawlessly to top the podium.
After barely making the U.S. team, Joss Christensen's gold proves doubters wrong
David Wise is a husband, a father and now an Olympic champion. This down-to-earth man who soared to halfpipe gold represents a different side of freestyle skiing.
A video message sent by her hometown coach inspires American snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington to a surprise gold medal in the women's halfpipe.