American explorer rescued from Turkish cave
Nearly 200 rescuers from 8 countries successfully pulled out American explorer Mark Dickey, who fell ill nearly 3,000 feet underground, suffering from stomach bleeding.
Rescuers rush to save ailing cave researcher
A complicated rescue operation is underway deep underground in Turkey. American cave diver Mark Dickey suffered internal bleeding more than a week ago and is unable to climb out on his own. 150 international rescuers are planning to haul...
Dramatic Turkish rescue deep underground
An international rescue mission more than 1,000 metres underground in southern Turkey is underway to free American spelunker Mark Dickey. The cave expert became ill during an expedition and is unable to make the climb back up on his own.
Rare 'death zone' rescue on Everest
A Malaysian climber narrowly survived after a Nepali sherpa guide hauled him down from below the summit of Mount Everest in a 'very rare' high altitude rescue, a government official says. The ‘death zone’ is a part of the mountain where ...
Everest was first climbed 70 years ago
It's seventy years since the first ascent of Mount Everest by Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal, with descendants of the men visiting the famed peak to mark the occasion. Since 1953, over 6,000 climbers have r...
Ukraine boycotts Judo Championship over Russian presence
The Ukrainian Judo national team has decided to boycott World Championship 2023 due to the admission of athletes from Russia and Belarus.
Gwyneth Paltrow denies hit-and-run
Actor Gwyneth Paltrow took the stand in a court case in which she's accused of crashing into a skier at Deer Valley Resort, leaving him concussed and with four broken ribs. Paltrow denied causing the crash, saying the defendant smashed i...
Ukrainian ski resort stays open during the war
Bukovel is the largest ski resort in the country with 75 kilometres of pistes and 17 lifts, and it has stayed open throughout the war in order to give people an outlet to forget about the destruction going on in Eastern Ukraine.
Watch: Cyclonic winds hit Sail Grand Prix
Wild winds on Sydney Harbour have lifted equipment into the air and sent race crews running for shelter during the second day of racing at the Australian Sil Grand Prix. The second day of racing had to be cancelled because of damage to b...
Snow finally arrives in European skifields
Wintry showers brought traffic jams to roads in mountainous parts of Austria and Croatia. But for skiiers, that have endured a unseasonably warm start to the season, the solid falls are a much needed relief.
Alp ski resorts forced to adapt amid lack of snow
Record breaking warm temperatures hit Europe over the New Year's weekend, which for holiday goers in the Alps meant very little snow. In Austria, the lack of snow has meant its ski resorts have had to adapt.
Europe hit by unseasonably warm winter
Much of the Alps just don't look right for this time of year. Sparse snowfall and unseasonably warm winter weather in Europe’s central mountains are allowing grass to blanket hillsides across the region, causing headaches for ski slope o...