Kris Whorton

Chattanooga, Birmingham

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  1. Ragnar Relay Tennessee

    Chattanooga

    If you’re out and about in Chattanooga or Nashville October 24th-25th, you may just see participants of the Ragnar Relay making their way from the starting point at Coolidge Park through 198.7 miles to the Music City Walk of Fame Park in the capital city’s downtown district.

  2. L2 SUP Race 2014

    Chattanooga

    Many consider the L2 SUP race the crown jewel of the month long RiverRocks outdoor celebration because it showcases the scenic and exciting riverfront of downtown Chattanooga.

  3. Reflection Riding Yoga Fun Run

    Chattanooga

    On Sunday October 12th, yoga teacher Sarah Brogdon and renowned runner Randy Whorton will host a yoga fun run at the Chattanooga Nature Center in conjunction with the RiverRocks festival.

  4. Swim the Suck 2014

    Chattanooga

    Inspired by the beautiful Tennessee River Gorge as well as by her grandmother, Karah Nazor started the Swim the Suck in 2010 to give her life-long passion for open water swimming a place to breathe in the southeast.

  5. StumpJump 2014

    Chattanooga

    To kick off this year's month long RiverRocks festival in Chattanooga, the Rock/Creek StumpJump 50k & 11-miler, now in its thirteenth year, will see about 500 amateur and professional athletes take to the trails to test their mettle.

  6. An Unlikely Pair of Endurance Athletes: Ken and Shirley Sirois

    Chattanooga

    Ken and Shirley Sirois have run a combined total of over 500 marathons, and this year they will be taking part in Chattanooga's 7 Bridges race.

  7. A Natural Born Climber: Paige Claassen

    Chattanooga

    Paige Claassen is a professional climber from Colorado who has been on the climbing scene since she was 11 years old, and will be competing in this year's RiverRocks.

  8. DeWayne Satterfield: An Ultrarunning Legend

    Chattanooga

    DeWayne Satterfield is a legend in the trail running community, especially in the southeast, and he will be looking to further his reputation at this year's StumpJump 50K.

  9. Lexie Kelly

    Chattanooga

    Lexie Kelly is a marathon swimmer and holder of two world records in open water swimming, and this October she will be competing in the 5th Annual Swim the Suck, as part of the RiverRocks Festival.

  10. Jeremy Whitted: Stand-Up Paddler with a Sunny Disposition

    Chattanooga

    Jeremy Whitted is an animated guy with a sunny disposition who has been dominating the SUP & RUN scene for the past few years, and will be looking to stake a claim at this year's RiverRocks.

  11. Thomas Turner

    Chattanooga

    Thomas Turner is a gritty professional mountain biker with a long list of awards and achievements, and at this year's RiverRocks Five Points 50 race, he'll be hoping for another accolade.

  12. Ultra Runner and the 9th Hairiest Person in North America: Kevin Boucher

    Chattanooga

    Kevin Boucher is a bit of an enigma in the running community, with his dry humor, unbelievable fitness, and irreverent style, and he'll be hoping to win this year's Urban Nature run.

  13. Trail Running in Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    In a city like Chattanooga, filled with so many outdoor adventures, you're missing out if you aren't partaking in the outdoor fun in at least some way. And trail running is one of the most approachable and enjoyable activities you can choose in the Scenic City.

  14. Exploring Savage Gulf

    Chattanooga

    If you’re looking for a place close to Chattanooga with a truly remote and rugged feel, Savage Gulf is a 15,590-acre natural area on the western edge of the Cumberland Plateau that features 50 miles of trails, pristine waterfalls, and expansive canyon views.

  15. A Conversation with 5-Points 50 Rider Lisa Randall

    Chattanooga

    We sat down with Lisa Randall — a tough-as-nails rider and 5-Points 50 rider — to discuss her passion for mountain biking and her favorite aspects of racing in Chattanooga.

  16. Taking on the Yukon 1000

    Chattanooga

    In August of 2012, Ben Friberg set the 24 hour distance world record for SUP by covering 238-miles on the Yukon River, and last month he returned to this river to set yet another record.

  17. Climb-anooga

    Chattanooga

    Chattanooga has no shortage of world-class climbing gyms, and as such, they've placed themselves at the top of the list for urban climbing.

  18. Chattanooga's Singletrack Paradise

    Chattanooga

    It's no secret that Chattanooga is home to some world class singletrack, and with SORBA Chattanooga's recently expanded trail network, mountain biking in the Scenic City has only gotten better.

  19. Insider's Guide to Downtown Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    Chattanooga has an amazing wealth of activity options. Say you want to paddle, bike, and drink a couple of beers in the same day, easy enough!

  20. 6 Best Hikes on Lookout Mountain

    Chattanooga

    Lookout Mountain rises above Chattanooga like a sleeping giant. The views from the top are amazing, but getting there is half the fun. Here are 6 of the best ways.

  21. Women on the Water

    Chattanooga

    RootsRated had the chance to sit down with two very talented and experience women paddlers to discuss what how this sport has evolved for their gender.

  22. Women on the Water Part II

    Chattanooga

    Two local Chattanooga paddlers give four reasons why women should consider taking up kayaking, ranging anywhere between how many calories burned to earning some peace and quiet.

  23. We Run Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    We Run Chattanooga originally began in Huntsville and absolutely blew up in terms of popularity. Now there are thousands of members.

  24. Where to Take your Dog in Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    With its many trails, parks, and outdoor restaurant patios, Chattanooga is a very dog friendly town for locals and visitors alike.

  25. River Rafting the Ocoee with Raft One

    Chattanooga

    Raft One is a rafting company on the Ocoee River run by two brothers and delivering unforgettable trips with unmatched dedication.