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Road Cycling

Sir Chris Hoy Interview | Gold Medals, E.T and Inspiring the Next Generation

"There will always be other nations that come back and raise the bar. It’d be boring if we won all the time."

Sir Chris Hoy Interview | Gold Medals, E.T, And Inspiring The Next Generation Of Cyclists
Mountaineering & Expeditions

Ice & Isolation | Pete Graham Explains Why Climbing Remote Peaks is More Rewarding

Fjallraven ambassador Pete Graham is one of Britain's best-respected mountaineers. So why does he prefer to stay out of the spotlight?

Pete Graham Interview | Why Climbing Remote Peaks is More Rewarding
Walking, Hiking & Trail Running

Breaking the Dragon's Back | Ultra Runner Helene Diamantides Whitaker on Why Gender Doesn't Matter

Our writer took on the gruelling Dragon's Back Race so he could interview one of its most famous ever winners

Helene Diamantides Whitaker Interview | The Ultra Marathon Runner on Why Gender Doesn't Matter
Running

Finding Peace Through the Pain | The Dean Karnazes Interview

Dean Karnazes interview - we talk diarrhoea, booze and hallucinations with the man who almost died recreating the world’s first marathon

Dean Karnazes Interview | Meet the Man Who Ran 50 Marathons in 50 Days
Skiing

Airs Not Graces | As Eddie the Eagle Hits Cinemas We Talk to an Unlikely Working Class Hero

Britain's most famous ski jumper, Eddie the Eagle, opens up about the way it really was...

Airs Not Graces | The Eddie the Eagle Interview
Mountaineering & Expeditions

Death, Disease & Adventure | Following in the Footsteps of Victorian Female Explorers

Adventurers aren't always men, as Jacki Hill-Murphy set out to prove when she retraced the steps of these women's epic expeditions

Death, Disease & Adventure | This Former Teacher Is Recreating The Treacherous Journeys Of Victorian Female Explorers
Skiing

Drug Tests, Broken Ribs and Olympic Injustice | The Alain Baxter Interview

Since the infamous scandal in Salt Lake, the Highlander's career has taken an unusual turn. But he's still going full speed ahead.

Alain Baxter Interview | From Winter Olympic Injustice To High Speed Urban Skate Racing
Mountaineering & Expeditions

Kenton Cool And The Legend Of Everest

The UK’s Top Mountain Guide And 11-Time Summiter On Selfies, Everest Movies, Sir Ranulph Fiennes And The Politics Of Guiding Paying Guests Up The World’s...

Kenton Cool And The Legend Of Everest
Mountain Biking

Back on the Bike | Martyn Ashton Was One of the UK’s Best Mountain Bikers, Then An Accident Left Him Paraplegic

After an Accident Left Him Paraplegic, It Looked like MTB Legend Martyn Ashton Might Never Ride Again. Here's How He Got Back in the Saddle...

Martyn Ashton Interview | The Man Who Got Back on the Bike
Skateboarding

The Tony Hawk Interview: How is the Birdman Still Flying High After All These Years?

We Talk Fame, Olympics, And Accusations Of Dirty Tricks With The Biggest name in Action Sports

The Tony Hawk Interview: How is the Birdman Still Flying High After All These Years?
Surfing

Against All Odds: One Surfer's Fight to Protect His Local Wave

How a humble fisherman's son challenged the Chilean government's environmental policies

Against All Odds: The Incredible Story of One Surfer's Battle with the Government
Windsurfing, Kitesurfing & Sailing

Robby Naish Interview: The Man Who Conquered The Ocean One Competition At A Time

Ahead of the Blue-ray release of documentary 'The Search For Freedom', we spoke to an action sports legend who made his name on the water.

Robby Naish Interview: The Man Who Conquered The Ocean One Competition At A Time
Snowboarding

No More Mr Nice Guy: Has Everyone's Favourite Snowboarder Had Enough?

Scott Stevens talks honestly about tricks, triple corks, and the pitfalls of viral fame

No More Mr Nice Guy: Has Everyone's Favourite Snowboarder Had Enough?
Snowboarding

'It Was The Hardest Thing I've Ever Snowboarded Down' - The Jeremy Jones Interview

Words by: Nina Zietman Jeremy Jones doesn’t make plans. For someone who spends his life travelling to some of the wildest, most remote places on earth, this...

'It Was The Hardest Thing I've Ever Snowboarded Down' - The Jeremy Jones Interview
Skateboarding

Death, Drugs and Skateboarding: The Tragic Story of the Pappas Brothers

In the 90s, Tas Pappas and his brother were better than Tony Hawk. In a searing interview he reveals how it all went wrong...

These Brothers Were Better Than Tony Hawk. But Then Heroin, Murder and Suicide Took Their Toll...
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