A heart attack is not the same thing as athlete’s heart.
Even Eddy Merckx has a haywire heart. See who else is in the athlete’s heart club.
In this quick video, Russ at The Path Less Pedaled offers his own little book report on Gravel Cycling.
Gravel cycling isn’t just for super-fit cyclists. If you’ve got a bike, you can take up gravel cycling!
In this video, Gravel Guru interviews Legan about his book.
Gear Junkie loves perusing trade shows for the hot new gear.
Trina Ortega of Mountain Flyer magazine sat down with Gravel Cycling author Nick Legan at Interbike.
The Red Kite Prayer podcast spoke with Mark Johnson about sports doping.
Boston University has just profiled BU alum Mark Johnson.
Women Who Tri by Alicia DiFabio has garnered some impressive praise!
Dr. Larry Creswell, a leading expert on heart arrhythmias in athletes and writer of The Athlete’s Heart blog, has reviewed The Haywire Heart:
Was Dr. Ferrari right about doping? Is it a black and white issue? The VeloNews Podcast hosts are joined by Mark Johnson.
When President Jimmy Carter created the U.S. Olympic Committee, it sent American sports doping underground.
Mark Johnson spoke to students and faculty at the University of California San Diego about the history, culture, and economics of sports doping.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is in crisis control. Again. Its latest fiasco concerns the Russian-based hacker outfit Fancy Bears, who have done sport a huge service, according to New Daily.
Spitting in the Soup author Mark Johnson speaks with Scott Warr of Trail Runner Nation about doping in endurance sports.
In this episode of the Outside podcast, Mark Johnson speaks with Outside Magazine and argues that performance-enhancing drugs are hardly a new thing.
Cyclingtips.com has republished a chapter from Mark Johnson’s new book Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports.