Tristan Kennedy is a features, travel and adventure sports writer. He is currently Senior Editor at Amuse (Vice), before which he occupied the Editor-in-Chief chair at Mpora. Tristan is also Freelance for The Guardian, FT, and others.
Away from work, Tristan enjoys music and playing in a Starsailor tribute band, has a passing interest in Arsenal FC, and enjoys the kind of brutally hoppy craft ale served in East London fun pubs.
This awesome Austrian family are doing things differently
A multi-day hike through the wilderness of Northern Sweden sounded exciting on paper. But we weren't prepared for just how exciting things would get...
Incredible terrain, cheap lift passes and its own microclimate. This valley really has it all
Share your knowledge, become a 'Komoot Pioneer' and reap the rewards
Renowned mountain bike, snowboard and adventure photographer Dan Milner talks through his all time favourite photos
Why winning Olympic silverware affects the future of the sport
The man from Southampton showed, once and for all, that he can mix it with the world's best
Woodsy might not have got the result he wanted today, but in the context his performance was insane.
The Czech rider put down the fastest time of the day on a pair of borrowed skis...
The 19-year-old just won the UK's first ever skiing medal. Here's how she put it down...
Could she be the next Shaun White?
Could the man who's just won on snow do it in summer as well?
A selection of the best photos from the men's snowboard slopestyle event at the Pyeongchang Olympic Games 2018
Why was the Olympic slopestyle so far from the awesome showcase it could have been?
High winds and questionably low scores meant there were no British men in the slopestyle final
The new Olympic champion is a hella stylish rider and a mellow, laid-back dude