We chat with Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hoefflin about improving female participation in freestyle
In 2017, Evans entered the 251km Marathon des Sables on the back of a pub bet. He finished third
In 2018, Elísabet Margeirsdóttir became the first woman to finish the 400km Ultra Gobi in under 100 hours
We chat to Leo Slemett – winner of the 2017 Freeride World Tour
Two decades on from the release of THPS, West tells us how he's gone from programming skate games to debunking conspiracies
The co-founder of not-for-profit adventure community on removing obstacles and changing mindsets
We chatted to the son and grandson of Edmund Hillary to find out how the mountains have shaped their life
If this short film doesn't make you want to go mountain biking in Nepal, nothing will
"I thought it was going to shake my arms off. It literally felt like God had grabbed me”
The first black Briton to reach the magnetic north pole believes outdoor experiences could help reduce violent crime
From big waves to bad bathroom breaks, here's what kept British rower Hector Strickland awake at night as he navigated the Atlantic in record time
How stomping trick after trick in the terrain park helped bring him to the top of the freeride podium
How do you go about managing risk when skiing 2,100m down the fourth highest mountain in the world?
British climber Nick Bullock has spent more time in prison than some murderers
"We wanted people to be more conscious about how they live”
Even in a country that's no stranger to producing mountain biking legends, Barel is right up there
Fifty-two days, 1,700km and 31 camps later... the British climber discusses his incredible journey
A chat over a pint with the record-breaking mountaineer, Fjällräven gear ambassador, and proud Yorkshireman
We speak to Gee Atherton, Adam Brayton and Ruaridh Cunningham about the progression of Red Bull Hardline...
"It’s the biggest sporting event in the world, so to be a part of that is amazing...”
At London 2012, Jonathan and Alistair Brownlee became the first brothers in 104 years to share an Olympic podium.
We talk to The Invisible Mile author David Coventry about how the first English-speaking cycling team conquered the Tour de France 88 years ago...
"Maybe it’s the feeling of freedom. The feeling of not being restrained by someone else’s parameters..."
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