The Four Stages of Climate Grief
Plus, "I was the fastest girl in America, until I joined Nike"
Happy Monday! Jumping right in this morning.
What I’m reading
The 4 Stages of Climate Grief: How do we deal with the prospect of losing the places we love? [Heather Hansman for Outside]
When the Rescuer Becomes the Rescued: What happens when you find yourself on El Cap with a badly injured partner? Former Yosemite Search and Rescue (YOSAR) worker Josie McKee and climber Quinn Brett found out. [Josie McKee and Anna Callaghan for Outside]
I Was the Fastest Girl in America, Until I Joined Nike: Mary Cain’s male coaches were convinced she had to get “thinner, and thinner, and thinner.” Then her body started breaking down. [Mary Cain, Lindsay Crouse, and Alexander Stockton for The New York Times]
Remembering Gert Boyle, the Legend Behind Columbia: She escaped the Nazis, stuck it to the men, turned the outdoor industry on its head, and made us laugh. All while seeking perfection. [Doug Schnitzspahn for Outside]
How Masters Women Dominated the New York City Marathon: Roberta Groner and Sinead Diver reflect on what it means to be “young in running years.” [Martin Fritz Huber for Outside]