Aleks Kashefi: the first person to run the length of Europe
WE TALK to Aleks Kashefi about his life of adventures and his epic run of the length of Europe.
Gracie Martin on her climbing feats and aspirations
WE TALK to Gracie about her achievements in climbing to date and her aspirations in the sport for the future.
Charlie Knight: hiking from Mexico to Canada
WE TALK to Charlie Knight about his passion for hiking and how it led him to walk from Mexico to Canada to raise money for a mental health charity close to his heart.
Ben Proud to join AirAsia in Olympic drive
BEN PROUD talks about his ambitions for Tokyo 2020 and his work with AirAsia to inspire and nurture the next generation of swimming champions in the ASEAN region.
Emma Massingale: the adventures of a horse whisperer
WE TALK to Emma Massingale about how her life dedicated to horses has led her on the most unique and inspiring adventures.
Sergey Rasshivaev: from the wilderness of Russia to surfing around the world
WE TALK to Sergey Rasshivaev about the limited opportunities to surf when growing up in Russia and how he has gone on to make a name for himself in the sport.
Imogen Walsh: the international rower who’s taking her passion around the world
WE TALK to Imogen Walsh about her journey into rowing and how the sport has most recently taken her to the Maldives.
Melissa Wilson: from rowing at university to competing a the world championships
WE TALK to Great Britain rower Melissa Wilson about her journey into the sport and what's she's achieved in rowing to date.
Russell Smith: promoting the environment one adventure at a time
WE TALK to Russell Smith about what gave him the urge to become an adventurer and some of the challenges he's completed to date.
Dougie Lampkin: the 12 times motorcycle trials world champion
WE TALK to 12 times motorcycle trials world champion Dougie Lampkin about his glorious career and his current projects in the sport.
Elin Haf Davies: empowering children by rowing the world’s oceans
WE TALK to inspirational author and speaker Elin Haf Davies about her fundraising heroics for charity which have included rowing several of the world's oceans.
Charlotte Bayliss: the British surfer set on making 2017 her year
WE TALK to Brtish surfer Charlotte Bayliss about her jounrey to becoming an athlete who has travelled and competed around the world.
Pamela Relph: two-time Gold Medallist about to run the London Marathon
WE TALK to two-time Gold Medal winner Pamela Relph about her experiences at the Paralympics in London 2012 and Rio last year.
Michelle Ellison: livng her dream of a life of adventure
WE TALK to Michelle Ellison about her lifelong desire to explore and how in recent years she has lived out those dreams and reached some of the most exciting places in the world.
Pete Reed: the three times Olympic champion who’s been honoured with an OBE
WE TALK to Pete Reed OBE about his remarkable rowing career which has seen him win three Olympic gold medals and be honoured by the queen with an OBE.
Don’t let the limits stop you by Tati Coco
IN THE first of a series of blogs stand up paddle enthusiast Tati Coco gives us some inspiration on how to succeed when the odds seem heavily stacked against us.
Matthew Tarrant: Great Britain’s double world champion rower
WE TALK to double world champion Matthew Tarrant about his rowing career to date.
Keala Kennelly: breaking barriers for women in the sport of surfing
WE TALK to Keala Kennelly about life as a female surfing and her ongoing work as an actress.
Adelaide Goodeve: her journey into the world of adventure
WE TALK to Adelaide Goodeve about her journey into the world of adventure and how she intends to connect adventurers around the world through her website www.lillywild.com.
Keely Andrew: her ambition to be a surfing great
KEELY ANDREW has the ambition to become one of the best surfers in the world and in this interview she talks to us about how she intends to do it.
Koh Rong Island, Cambodia – a travel guide
IN THIS guest blog Michael Desrosiers and Pinky Kwanthida write about there experience on the island of Koh Rong in Cambodia. To read more of the pair's travels in Asia visit their blog, Last Baht, at www.lastbaht.blogspot.co.uk.
Paige Alms: the girl from Maui who’s never far from her surfboard
WE TALK to Paige Alms about when and how she started surfing and how her passion for the sport has only grown over the years.
Roger and Barry kayak around the Spanish islands of Mallorca and Menorca
WE TALK to Roger Chandler about his and friend Barry Shaw's recent kayak challenge around the Spanish islands of Mallorca and Menorca.
Sarah Lister: the hobby that inspired a business
WE TALK to Sarah Lister about what inspired her passion for hiking and how her hobby led her to start up a business.
Satyarth Shukla: his ambition to compete in one of the biggest races in the world
WE TALK to Satyarth Shukla about his career, upbringing and passion to run.
Jesse Richman: the kitesurfing World Champion from Hawaii
WE TALK to two-time World Champion Jesse Richman about his kitesurfing career as well as his life and passions outside the sport.
The Three Lakes Challenge: Roger Chandler’s first stand up paddle adventure
WE TALK to Roger Chandler about his first stand up paddle adventure which saw him take on the Three Lakes Challenge.
Jack Geldard: the rock climber with a passion for words
WE TALK to Jack Geldard about life as a rock climber, mountaineer, instructor and journalist.
Jeb Corliss: a life dedicated to human flight
WE TALK to Jeb Corliss about his remarkable base jumping career and what it is about the sport that makes him tick.
No challenge too great for animal lover Janey McGill
WE TALK to Janey McGill about her passion for adventure and some of her challenges to raise money for charity.
Danny MacAskill: the Scottish trials cyclist at the top of his game
WE TALK to Scottish trials cyclist Danny MacAskill about his passion for his bike and career highlights to date.
Felicity Aston: the Polar explorer inspiring women around the world
WE TALK to author, speaker, expedition leader and former Antarctic scientist Felicity Aston about her extraordinary life to date and plans for the year ahead.
Bevan Willis: the pro surfer junior from South Africa
WE TALK to Bevan Willis about life as a pro surfer in South Africa.
Stef Jackson-Horner: the PE teacher representing Great Britain as an aquathlete
WE TALK to Steph Jackson-Horner about life as PE teacher, representing Great Britain as an aquathlete and her role as a #GetOutside champion.
Roberta Mancino: the Italian model who jumps from planes
WE TALK to Roberta Mancino about her skydiving and base jumping career as well as her work as a model.
John Horsfall: running 27 marathons for the children of Africa
WE TALK to John Horsfall about his recent marathon-running challenge to raise money for Bread and Water for Africa UK.
Keri-Anne Payne: the three-time Olympian taking her message around the world
WE TALK to Keri-Anne Payne about being a three-time Olympian and the business she's set up to inspire people around the world.
Lindsey Jacobellis: the Olympic snowboarder from Vermont
WE TALK to Lindsey Jacobellis about her success on the slopes which includes a Silver at the Olympics.
The internet romance that sparked a cycle challenge around the world
WE TALK to Helen Clarkson and Mike Langridge about their cycle challenge around the world and the charity they will be raising money for.
Izzy Hamilton: Britain’s great windsurfing hope for Tokyo 2020
WE TALK to Izzy Hamilton about her windsurfing success to date and her ambitions in the sport for the future.
Jasmijn Muller: preparing for a 1,000-mile world record attempt
WE TALK to Jasmijn Muller about her path to cycling glory and her forthcoming 1,000-mile Land’s End to John o’Groats solo record attempt.
Quick-fire questions with adventurer Laura Bingham
LAURA BINGHAM is the latest adventurer to answer a round of our 'quick-fire' questions.
Ricky Bell: Ireland’s climbing sensation
WE TALK to Irishman Ricky Bell about his climbing career to date and his ambitions in the sport for the year ahead.
Emma Twyford: the climber reaching out to those with mental illness
WE TALK to Emma Twyford about her biggest successes in climbing and her passion to reach out to those who have suffered with mental illness.
Zoe McBride: New Zealand’s world champion rower
WE TALK to rower Zoe McBride, current world champion in the women's lightweight single scull, about her success in the sport and ambitions for the future.
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Quick-fire questions with footballer and model Amanda Ruller
MODEL and LFL footballer Amanda Ruller answers a round of our 'quick-fire' questions.
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Josh Larson and his commitment to a lifetime of climbing
WE TALK to professional climber Josh Larson about his decision to return to the sport after starting work as an electrician and how he will never look back on that career and lifestyle change.
Camila Benouali: her North Pole skiing challenge
WE TALK to Camila Benouali about her North Pole skiing challenge she's set to embark on in 2017.
The Olympic ambitions of Tom Ramshaw
WE TALK to Canadian sailor Tom Ramshaw about his experience at Rio this summer and his goals and ambitions for Tokyo in 2020.
Sian Sykes’ stand up paddle challenge around the coastline of Anglesey
WE TALK to Sian Sykes, from www.psychedpaddleboarding.com, who has just completed a stand up paddle challenge around the coastline of Anglesey.
Faye Shepherd: climbing Kilimanjaro and cycling the length of NZ
WE TALK to Faye Shepherd about her passion for travel and adventure which has seen her reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and cycle the length of New Zealand.
Youri Zoon: the Dutch kiteboarder determined to stay at the top
WE TALK to Youri Zoon about his kiteboarding career and his determination to finish this year's season on a high.
Oliver Tweddell: the Australian sailor who won’t give up
WE TALK to Australian Oli Tweddell about his passion for sailing and his determination to make it to the Olympics in Tokyko after narrowly missing out on a place at Rio.
Andy Torbet: the extreme adventurer and TV presenter
WE TALK to extreme adventurer and TV presenter Andy Torbet about his love of extreme sports and the outdoors.
Chaz Powell: walking the Zambezi river
WE TALK to Chaz Powell about his challenge to walk the length of the Zambezi river.
Tom Phipps: the young GB sailor focused on Tokyo 2020
WE TALK to Tom Phipps about his sailing career and his aspirations for the Olympics in Tokyo 2020.
James Cunnama: South Africa’s globetrotting iron man
WE TALK to South African triathlete James Cunnama about his passion for ironman races and some of the success he's had.
Kitiara Pascoe: a writer’s view from the ocean
WE TALK to writer Kitiara Pascoe about her adventurous life sailing around the Atlantic and Caribbean.
Dee Caffari: the record-breaking yachtswoman inspiring the next generation of sailors
WE TALK to Dee Caffari about her record-breaking sailing career and her passion to work with young enthusiasts in the sport.
A Wheely Long Journey: two sisters and their wild cycling adventure
WE TALK to Louise Rowen, one half of the 'A Wheely Long Journey' team, about her wild bicycle ride from Hartford to Hong Kong.
Kathmandu-it: the 6,500-mile walk to raise money for Annie’s Challenge
SAM CRIMP talks to us about the Kathmandu-it challenge which aims to raise money for the research of brain tumours.
Liz King: 15 ironmans and counting
WE TALK to Liz King about her passion for running and how it's shaped her life and career.
Robbie Dolan and the world’s longest tri
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Laura Bingham and her epic South American cycling challenge
WE TALK to adventure junkie Laura Bingham and find out about the highs and lows of her recent cycle challenge from Ecuador to Argentina.
Felicity Sheedy-Ryan and her triathlon highs
WE TALK to professional triathlete Felicity Sheedy-Ryan about her journey in the sport and her biggest successes to date.
Ryan Doyle and his remarkable freerunning journey
WE TALK to the inspirational Ryan Doyle about his freerunning career and what it is about the sport that makes him tick.
Markus Stitz: riding around the world on his singlespeed bike
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Erin Jones: her inspiring journey to become a world-class athlete
WE TALK to Erin Jones about her successes as a professional triathlete and her aims and ambitions for the future.
Rudy von Berg and his pursuit of triathlon glory
WE TALK to Rudy von Berg about his aim to follow in his father's footsteps in the pursuit of triathlon glory.
Angie Payne: the rock climber with a passion for photography
WE TALK to American rock climber Angie Payne about some of her most inspiring climbs as well as her passion for travel and photography.
Lucy Hall: her triathlon successes and goals for the future
WE TALK to Lucy Hall about all she's achieved in the sport of triathlon and where she wants to get to next.
Annie Ross: the City girl whose love of being outdoors sees her leave her routine behind
WE TALK to Annie Ross about her 52in52 challenge and how it has inspired her to swap a career in the City for a life of the unknown.
Sian Sykes and her 3 Lakes Stand Up Paddle Challenge
WE TALK to Sian Sykes, from www.psyched-adventures.com, who has just completed her 3 Lakes Challenge SUP Solo.
Stephan Siegrist: professional Alpinist and basejumper
WE TALK to Stephan Siegrist about his incredible climbing and basejumping career.
Tyler Armstrong: one boy’s pursuit of the world’s harshest mountain
WE TALK to 12-year-old Tyler Armstrong about his passion to climb and conquer Mount Everest.
Jessica Learmonth: chasing her triathlon dream
WE TALK to Jessica Learmonth about her triathlon career to date and her aims and ambitions in the sport for the future.
Darren Wilson’s triumph at the Marathon des Sables
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Rickey Gates: capturing the moments of his life of adventure
WE TALK to Ricky Gates about his passions for running, writing, travel and adventure.
Lizzie Carr: the GetOutside Champion paddleboarding the length of England
WE TALK to GetOutside Champion Lizzie Carr who is paddleboarding the length of England to raise money for charity and awareness about plastic pollution.
Yvette Grice: living with the triathlon bug
WE TALK to Yvette Grice about what it is about triathlon that makes her tick.
Luke Ramsay: going for Gold at Rio
WE TALK to professional sailor Luke Ramsay who will be competing at the Olympic Games this year.
Elise Downing and her 5,000-mile run around the coastline of Great Britain
WE TALK to Elise Downing about her 5,000-mile run around the coastline of Great Britain to raise money for charities YoungMinds and the Beyond Food Foundation.
Jason Paul: freerunning from Trafalgar Square to the skyscrapers of Bangkok
WE TALK to German freerunner Jason Paul about his journey into the sport and career highlights.
Anna-Marie Watson: a life dedicated to adventure and the Great Outdoors
WE TALK to Anna-Marie Watson, owner of RFM Coaching, about her lifelong passion for adventure and running and triathlon successes.
Non Stanford: her triathlon journey and hopes for Rio
WE TALK to Non Stanford about her biggest achievements in triathlon to date and her expectations for Rio this August.
Xtreme Coasteering – organising adrenalin fuelled days on the UK’s most famous coastline
Find out more about Xtreme Coasteering and what the sport of coasteering is all about.
Emily Thompson and her obsession to climb the next mountain in sight
WE TALK to Emily Thompson about her passion to climb and summit the biggest mountains in the world.
Helen Jenkins talks world titles and competing at the Olympics
WE TALK to Helen Jenkins about her biggest triathlon successes and what it's like to compete at the Olympics.
Greg Billington: meet one of America’s biggest triathlon personalities
WE TALK to American triathlete Greg Billington about his career to date and aims and ambitions for the future.
Tamsin Jones: the girl from Wales who beat the Dakar Rally
WE TALK to Tamsin Jones about her passion for motorcycles and biggest accomplishments as a rider.
Dan Brostek: the runner flying the flag for US veterans
WE TALK to Dan Brostek about his time in the US Army, his work with veterans and his passion for long-distance running.
Australia’s Dan Wilson on his determination to get to Rio
WE TALK to Australia's Dan Wilson about his triathlon successes and ambitions in the sport for the future.
Ben Kanute: chasing his triathlon dreams around the world
WE TALK to Ben Kanute about his biggest successes in triathlon and his goals and ambitions for the future.
Eric Holden: the story of the ’round the world’ sailing skipper
WE TALK to sailor and former skipper of 'Henri Lloyd – 50 Years of Pioneering Spirit' about his passion for the sport and ambition to keep racing around the world.
Laura Penhaul: captain of the ‘Coxless Crew’ talks about life on the Pacific
WE TALK to team lead of the Coxless Crew, Laura Penhaul, about the girls' record-breaking row across the Pacific.
Tomas Ceppi: a mountain guide’s prerogative
WE TALK to Tomas Ceppi about his work as a mountain guide in Argentina and the formation of 'Tomas Ceppi Expeditions'.
The Jenson Button Trust Triathlon
WE TALK to Claire Duffin, race director at HUUB Events, the company working with the Jenson Button Trust to organise the Trust's annual triathlon.
Ian Packham: the man who circumnavigated Africa
WE TALK to Ian Packham about his circumnavigation of Africa and what inspired him to take on the challenge.
Meghan Klingenberg on being a role model and her ambitions for Rio
WE TALK to Meghan Klingenberg on life in America's top women's soccer league as well as her other career highlights.
Emma Timmis: the girl with adventure running through her veins
WE TALK to adventure junkie Emma Timmis about some of her most outrageous challenges.
Rachael Hallewell: a life destined for the slopes
WE TALK to Rachael Hallewell about her work and life as a ski instructor as well as her current adventures in Japan.
Sir Steve Redgrave: Britain’s greatest Olympian?
WE TALK to Sir Steve Redgrave, one of Britain's greatest Olympians, about his charity work and passion for sport in the UK.
Joe Grant: running with a view from the Rocky Mountains
WE TALK to ultra runner and outdoor enthusiast Joe Grant about some of his biggest sporting achievements.
Tri Dash Bangkok: Thailand’s biggest triathlon series
WE TALK to Ling, an organiser of Tri Dash Bangkok, about the history of the event and the plans to make it even bigger and better in the future.
Megan Kalmoe: two time Olympian with Rio in her sights
WE TALK to Megan Kalmoe about her rowing career and success as an Olympian.
Toby Cunliffe-Steel’s remarkable rowing journey
WE TALK to New Zealand lightweight rower Toby Cunliffe-Steel about his sporting accomplishments as well as his passion for philanthropy.
Devizes to Westminster: the international canoe race
WE TALK to Peter Hutchison, press officer for the Devizes to Westminster international canoe race, to find out more about the event and its history.
The climbing adventures of Paul Robinson
WE TALK to American rock climber Paul Robinson about his passion for bouldering and his goals for the year ahead.
Hadleigh MTB Club: on a mission to fulfil the London 2012 Olympic legacy
WE TALK to Chris Hyde, chairman of Hadleigh MTB Club about their mission to fulfil the London Olympics 2012 legacy and what the club has to offer riders now and in the future.
Shona Thomson: no marathon too hard for Scottish runner
WE TALK to Shona Thomson about her passion for running and incredible accomplishments in the sport.
Jason Roberts and his 7Days7Irons triathlon challenge
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Quick-fire questions with filmmaker and adventure junkie Lindsay McCormick
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Scottish Cycling, Running and Outdoor Pursuits Show: Join the excitement in Glasgow, March 11-13
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Beth Rodden: a life dedicated to climbing
WE TALK to professional climber Beth Rodden about some of her biggest accomplishments in the sport.
Chelsea Tuach: the story behind Caribbean’s surfing sensation
WE TALK to Caribbean surfing sensation Chelsea Tuach on her rise to become one of the most talked about young surfers in the world.
James McHaffie: Britain’s specialist rock climbing instructor
WE TALK to James McHaffie, a qualified climbing instructor based in the UK and one of seven BMC ambassadors for climbing.
No Barriers Summit: unleashing the potential of the human spirit
WE TALK to Christina Dahman, communications manager of No Barriers, on what the organisation stands for and some of the work it does.
Boom time for Burma? Michael and Pinky’s adventures in Myanmar
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Leslie Timms: the journey of one of Canada’s top climbers
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Ultra runner Anton Krupicka’s love affair with the wild
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Ryan Waters: life on the mountains
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Zolkan 4 Days: The final chapter
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Dee Tidwell: athlete, coach and creator of Enduro MTB Training
AN INTERVIEW with Dee Tidwell, the creator of Enduro’s first and only Enduro MTB specific strength and conditioning company, Enduro MTB Training.
Quick-fire questions with triathlete Katerina Tanti
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Sarah Williams: the blogger making a stand for women in sport
WE TALK to blogger, television panelist and author Sarah Williams about some of her toughest challenges and adventures.
Maria Dalzot: the expert runner with food on her mind
WE TALK to Maria Dalzot about her enthusiasm for her career as a dietician as well as her passion for running.
Quick-fire questions with pro flowboarder Austyn Victoria
WE'RE delighted to welcome back to Limitless Pursuits pro flowboarder Austyn Victoria, who becomes the latest athlete to answer a round of our quick-fire questions.
Dan and Olly’s Atlantic Challenge: When the tough gets going, the going gets tough…
DAN TELLS us about the storm, the torture of two men in a tiny cabin, his seasickness and how Olly’s resilience, commitment and Army training has done them both proud.
Chris ‘Blane’ Rowat’s journey into the discipline of freerunning
WE TALK to freerunning expert Chris 'Blane' Rowat about his journey into the ever-popular discipline.
Lizanne van Vuuren: life on board Doris with the Coxless Crew
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Quick-fire questions with pro MTB rider Ryan Leech
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Bonita Norris: from the summit of Mt Everest to inspiring the nation’s children
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Amanda Ruller: athlete, model and inspiration to women around the world
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Quick-fire questions with ultra runner Lenka Istanova
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New challenges but same aspiration by Jamie Wheeler
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Zolkan 4 Days: The Chilean ultramarathon finally reaches the Pacific Ocean
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Quick-fire questions with adventure junkie Aaron Mitchell
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Quick-fire questions with adventurer Natalie Allport
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Mike Doyle: Canada’s climbing fanatic
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Chasing the Sunrise: six continents, seven summits, 38,000 miles…
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The life and adventures of Tati Coco
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Quick fire questions with Parkour Generation’s Dan Edwardes
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Redmond Gerard: the young snowboarder taking on the world
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Russell Smith: adventure on the British Isles and beyond
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Fraser Cartmell: Scotland’s Ironman champion
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Quick-fire questions with Sierra Blair-Coyle
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Row2Rio: London to Rio de Janeiro over the Atlantic Ocean
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Darren Wilson: on track to run the Marathon des Sables
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Clem Bonzom: kitesurfing professional with a passion for words
WE TALK to editor of Stance Magazine, Clem Bonzom, about her journey into the sport of kitesurfing.
Rob Lyon and the art of solo kayak expedition
ROB LYON, who runs Lyon Expeditions with his wife Pamela, talks to us about his passion for expeditions to extreme places in his kayak,
Quick-fire questions with kitesurfer Tanja Rosenkranz
TANJA ROSENKRANZ is the latest athlete to take a round of our quick-fire questions.
Megan Hine: an uncontrollable passion for the wilderness and adventure
WE TALK to Megan Hine, British adventurer and expedition leader, about her remarkable life of exploration.
Achilles Track Club: Dick Traum on inspiring those with disabilities to take on marathons
WE TALK to founder of the Achilles Track Club, Dick Traum, on his life-long dedication to runners with disabilities.
Jackie Paaso: professional skier intent on opening up her sport to women around the world
WE TALK to professional skier and mountain biking enthusiast Jackie Paaso on her ski career to date and work founding and running the Safe As Avalanche Clinics.
Tracey Curtis-Taylor: flying solo from GB to Australia
TRACEY CURTIS-TAYLOR talks to us about her daring solo flight from Great Britain to Australia which began this month.
Ultra Trail Torres del Paine, Chile: a life on the trail
A STORY from Ultra Trail Torres del Paine about love, tears and the runner's relationship with wilderness, by Matt Maynard.
Looking ahead with the next big challenge in sight by Jamie Wheeler
JAMIE WHEELER's latest blog sees his next challenge set as he continues his mission to 'race ten million metres' for The Cure Parkinson's Trust.
Melissa Stockwell’s triumphant journey through one of life’s toughest challenges
WE TALK to US Army veteran and above-the-knee amputee Melissa Stockwell on her courageous achievements since her disability and passion to help those who find themselves in a similar position to her.
Mapping Megan: the life of a serial blogger and travel junkie
WE TALK to Megan Jerrard about her career as a blogger and journalist and her travels around the world.
Rebecca Coles: sharing her passion for mountains with the world
WE TALK to expedition leader Rebecca Coles about her passion for mountains and travel around the world.
Michelle Savage: running marathons and inspiring moms around the world
WE TALK to Michelle Savage about her passion for long-distance running.
Patagonian International Marathon – the race that’s nearly out of this world
MATT MAYNARD, writer, marathon runner and Green Bean Trails founder, reports on last weekend's Patagonian International Marathon.
Dan and Olly’s Atlantic Challenge
DAN PARSONS and Olly Clark open up about their Atlantic Challenge which takes place in December this year.
Lindsay McCormick: TV presenter and producer on her life of adventure
WE TALK to award-winning filmmaker Lindsay McCormick about her work and achievements in television to date and some of the highlights of her recent adventures around the world.
Jennifer Melroy: travel blogger and mountain enthusiast
WE TALK to travel blogger and mountain enthusiast Jennifer Melroy on her exploits in the US and abroad.
Lizzy Yarnold: Britain’s World Champion skeleton racer
HAVING JUST announced her decision to take a year our from training and racing we’re delighted to bring you this recent interview with skeleton British Gold Medal winner Lizzy Yarnold. Lizzy won the hearts of the nation when she won Gold at Sochi and her down-to-earth personality and ease when talking about her sport in […]
Ellie Greenwood: a life dedicated to running
ELLIE GREENWOOD talks to us about her achievements in ultra-running and work as a coach.
Braden Currie’s remarkable road from ‘farm boy’ to multisport superstar
WE TALK to multisport champion Braden Currie on his highs and lows in racing and his ambitions for the future.
Quick-fire questions with Anne-Flore Marxer
ANNE-FLORE Marxer answers our 'quick-fire' questions and provides the most revealing answers we've had yet!
Aaron Mitchell: travelling the world on a motorcycle
WE TALK to ex-serviceman Aaron Mitchell about his plans to travel around the globe on a motorcycle.
Quick-fire questions with Daila Ojeda
LIMITLESS PURSUITS favourite Daila Ojeda steps up to the plate for our latest round of 'quick-fire' questions.
What happens when you push and it pushes back? by Jamie Wheeler
READ JAMIE Wheeler's latest blog on his latest efforts in his 'race ten million metres' for The Cure Parkinson's Trust.
Jason Rawles’ gateway to the world from the mountains of North Wales
WE TALK to adventure and extreme sports advocate Jason Rawles on his life in North Wales and the formation of JR Mountaineering.
Understanding the methods and ambitions of ‘The Iceman’
WE TALK to 'The Iceman' Wim Hof on his world records and ability to withstand the extreme cold.
Quick-fire questions with Sophie Mackenzie
ROWER Sophie Mackenzie answers our 'quick-fire questions'.
Tanja Rosenkranz: making her kitesurfing dream a reality
TANJA ROSENKRANZ talks to us about her move from Germany to Spain to pursue her passion for kitesurfing and sport on the ocean.
Jenna Davis: the caring Canadian who’s travelled the world
JENNA DAVIS talks to us about her life of travel and the passion she has to make a difference to the lives of those she meets around the world.
Quick-fire questions with Cassie Hawrysh
WE PUT Cassie Hawrysh to the test with our 'quick-fire questions',
Adventurous Miriam: the daring Dane with a passion for travel
WE CAUGHT up with Miriam Risager who opened up about her passion for travel and some of her wildest experiences while on the road.
MOVE + STRETCH – the workout guide from Megs and Soph
READ ABOUT the new eBook workout guide form Megan Craig and Sophie Mackenzie now available to buy.
Matt Prior’s commitment to a life of adventure
MATT PRIOR talks to us about his life in the Royal Air Force, most outrageous expeditions to date and explains more about his 'Adventure Academy'.
An interview with mountain biking pioneer Ned Overend
WE TALK to Ned Overend on his career and successes in the sport of mountain biking.
William Robertson: one man’s life transformation through the power of running
WE TALK to William Robertson about how he turned his life around with the help of sport and healthy eating.
Yorkshire Rows: four women with one world record in their sights
WE TALK to Frances Davies, one of four Yorkshire mums training to race across the Atlantic ocean.
The Beacon Awards and one fabulous family’s dedication to Britain
WE INTERVIEW Lady Pauline Harris on her and husband Lord Philip Harris' recent recognition at the Beacon Awards.
Kirsty Jones: Britain’s champion kitesurfer
WE CATCH UP with champion kitesurfer Kirsty Jones who talks world records, travel and her passion for all things ocean.
Limitless Pursuits: six months on
IT'S BEEN six months since the launch of Limitless Pursuits and all we can say is that we are overwhelmed with the support, interest and visitors we have received to the site.
Jamie Wheeler: the road to ten million metres
WE RECENTLY interviewed Jamie Wheeler on his commitment to race ten million metres for The Cure Parkinson's Trust. Please read on for news of his progress in his second blog exclusive to Limitless Pursuits.
Model behaviour: climber Sierra Blair-Coyle opens up about her career to date
WE TALK to climber Sierra Blair-Coyle about her passion and achievements in the sport as well as her work as a model.
Austyn Victoria: perfecting the art of flowboarding
WE TALK to Austyn Victoria about all things flowboarding and her accomplishments in the sport.
Swim the Eden: three brothers and their 90-mile swim for The Swimming Trust
WE TALK to Robbie about his and brothers Jack and Calum's 90-mile swim of the river Eden.
James Thacker: from the Peak District to Chamonix in the French Alps and beyond
WE TALK to mountaineer James Thacker on his life as a climber and work as a mountaineering instructor.
Ben Hooper: Africa to Brazil, 2,000 miles, November 2015
WHAT does it take to fulfil a dream you have held for over 20 years? The dream of being the first person to swim across the Atlantic Ocean from Dakar in Senegal to Natal in northern Brazil? Some would say you would be mad even to consider such an idea, but for Ben Hooper, who lives in Cheltenham, it is a challenge which he is currently training for. And it's a challenge that will take determination and a lot of guts.
Megan Craig and Sophie MacKenzie: sharing their struggles and passions in the world of sport
WE TALK TO Megan Craig and Sophie MacKenzie about overcoming gluten intolerance and their accomplishments in their chosen sports to date.
Daila Ojeda: passionate climber inspiring women around the world
WE TALK to climber Daila Ojeda on what inspires her most about the sport and her ambitions for the future.
Michelle Mortimer: running as a way of life
WE TALK to Michelle Mortimer about the impact running has had on her life.
Enrique Cubillo on the sport of spikeboarding
WE TALK to Enrique Cubillo and find out more about the sport of spikeboarding.
Stefanie Mros: discovering hiking in England’s majestic countryside
WE TALK to Stefanie Mros on her love of hiking and find out more about her website dedicated to the pastime.
The Coxless Crew: six women aiming to set new rowing record on the Pacific
WE TALK to Lizanne van Vuuren and Meg Dyos, two members of the Coxless Crew, on what the challenge is all about and how they're feeling about joining the team on the Pacific.
Amanda Tendler: 30 countries and counting!
WE TALK to travel enthusiast Amanda Tendler on her experiences abroad and what it's like living at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in Los Angeles.
Katerina Tanti: passionate triathlete setting her sights high
KATERINA TANTI talks to us about her passion for triathlon and the impact the sport has had on her life.
Rusch to Glory: no adventure too daring for ‘queen of pain’ Rebecca Rusch
'QUEEN of pain' Rebecca Rusch talks to us about her adventure packed life and what readers can expect from her book.
Jo Moseley: one lady’s tenacity to raise money for those affected by cancer
WE TALK to Jo Moseley about her million metre and marathon row for Macmillan Cancer Support as well as other challenges and ambitions for the future.
Tim Howell: in pursuit of the next adventure
WE TALK to Tim Howell on his passion for adventure and his greatest personal achievements in extreme sports.
Catherine van Staden on chasing her dreams and overcoming life’s toughest obstacles
WE TALK to Catherine van Staden on her pursuit of triathlon challenges and smashing through the barriers disability has put in her way.
Adam Walker on conquering the world’s seven oceans
WE TALK to inspirational endurance swimmer Adam Walker on swimming the channels of the world's seven oceans, his dedication to Ocean Walker and his forthcoming book.
Kim Horgan: photographing Kansas from the seat of her bike
WE TALK to Kim Horgan about her passion for photography and adventures on her bike.
Waves4Hope: seven friends and a rowing challenge that touched the hearts of thousands
WE TALK to skipper of Wave4Hope, Nick Stocker, on the inspiration behind the rowing challenge and the training and preparation that was needed for it to succeed.
Aaron Hadlow: the journey of a champion kitesurfer
WE TALK to Aaron Hadlow about his achievements in kiteboarding and his work in helping this relatively young sport progress on the world stage.
Gold medalist Nicola Spirig on life after London 2012 and her ambitions for the future
WE TALK to gold medal winner Nicola Spirig on what it was like to reach the highest accolade in her sport and what competitions she has set her sights on next.
Exposed: Brad McQueen on tragedy and triumph in the mountains
WE TALK to Brad McQueen, author of Exposed, on what readers can expect from the book and what it is about mountains that make him tick.
Lucy Creamer: Britain’s most accomplished female rock climber
WE TALK to British climber Lucy Creamer on her greatest accomplishments in the sport and what she enjoys most about climbing.
An interview with endurance mountain biker Jeff Kerkove
JEFF KERKOVE talks to us about his love of cycling and life with the Topeak-Ergon Racing Team.
Lynne Cox: swimmer turned author with a fascinating story from the Cold War
WE TALK to inspirational swimmer and author Lynne Cox on her books and achievements in the water.
Jamie Wheeler: the road to ten million metres
WE RECENTLY interviewed Jamie Wheeler on his commitment to race ten million metres for The Cure Parkinson's Trust and are delighted to announce that he will start sharing his progress with us through a blog.
Marla Runyan: America’s inspirational runner
WE TALK to former Olympic champion Marla Runyan on her successes in running and the challenges she's faced in life.
Andy Holgate’s triathlon journey
WE TALK to Andy Holgate about his unexpected journey into the world of triathlon.
Ivan Matip: from Cameroon to the basketball courts of Oklahoma City Stars
IVAN Matip tell us more about his basketball successes in the US after moving there to further his education.
Kevin Biggar: from couch potato to world beater!
WE TALK to New Zealand television host Kevin Biggar on the accomplishments in his life which include the Trans-Atlantic Rowing Race and trekking to the South Pole.
Grahak Cunningham in training for 3100 Mile Race
AUSTRALIAN ultra-runner Grahak Cunningham will compete in the Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race which starts on June 14.
Mykel Hawke: retired Special Forces officer, TV star and inspiration to thousands
WE TALK to retired Special Forces officer Mykel Hawke on his career in the Army, life as a TV presenter and plans for the future.
Claire O’Hara: Great Britain’s champion kayaker
CLAIRE O'HARA, one of the world's most successful female kayakers, talks to us about her achievements in the sport and her journey to the top.
Never give up: the courage of swimmer Diana Nyad
LONG-DISTANCE swimmer Diana Nyad talks to us about her career highlights, including that seemingly impossible swim between Cuba and Florida, and her life motto of never giving up.
Cadi Lambert: the journey back from grief to life
WE TALK to blogger and adventurer Cadi Lambert on the challenges she's accomplished and the others she has in sight.
Amy Coppens: personal training and triathlon triumphs
WE TALK to personal trainer Amy Coppens on her journey into triathlon and Ironman and where she draws her inspiration from.
Chris Hadfield: the wonderful mind of the first Canadian to walk in space
WE TALKED to retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield on his career, books and other life achievements.
Cassie Hawrysh: chasing the Olympic dream
WE TALKED to Canadian skeleton racer Cassie Hawrysh on her triumphs in the sport to date and ambitions for the future.
Laura Kennington’s life of adventure and the Caspian Challenge
LAURA KENNINGTON talks to us about her passion for adventure and her preparation for the Caspian Challenge.
Brian Milton: microlighting pioneer and record-breaker
BRIAN MILTON talks to us about his achievements in microlighting, where his passion for adventure stemmed from and his published books.
Kim Reichhelm: the skiing legend eager to share her knowledge
LEGENDARY skier Kim Reichhelm talks to us about a lifetime on the slopes and the organisations she's created to share her passions for the sport with others.
Colin Hackett: the triathlete who won’t give up
TRIATHLETE Colin Hackett talked to us about his fight against cancer and what motivates him to keep competing while undergoing the most devastating of treatment.
Leave your daily hell with Robert Schrader
ROBERT SCHRADER is the creator and owner of leaveyourdailyhell.com. It's one of the world's most successful travel blogs and aims to entertain and inform travellers from around the world. Robert talked to us about some of his experiences on the road and explained more about the website.
Keep running faster: an interview with CJ Hitz
READ OUR interview with runner and author CJ Hitz. He talks about his successes in the sport, his books and some of the major influences in his life.
Matt Maynard: a life of adventure and the Green Bean Trails
Hiker, climber, teacher and lover of life Matt Maynard talks to us about his passion for adventure and the outdoor learning experience in South America that is the Green Bean Trails.
Kicking the corporate habit with Kim Hull
KIM HULL from middleagedskibum.com talks to us about her and husband Greg's relocation to Colorado and all the fun and adventure they've been involved in since.
Will Gadd’s life on the mountains
WILL GADD has spent much of his life hiking, climbing and caving. In this exclusive interview we asked him about some of his biggest achievements as well as what ambitions he has for the future.
So many places: an interview with career traveller Kim Dinan
KIM DINAN talks to us about her and her husband's decision to leave their city lives and travel the world.
Slow down and everything you are chasing will come around and catch you
WE RECENTLY interviewed Samantha May on her journey into the sport of triathlon and her target to compete in the Lanzarote Ironman in May. In this guest blog, despite sadness and a setback in her training, Samantha's words, positivity and continued determination are sure to leave you feeling inspired.
Sonya Looney: chasing her dreams on a mountain bike
SONYA LOONEY talks about her career in mountain biking and what gives her the motivation to keep chasing her goals in the sport and in life.
Trek Heads: connecting trekking lovers in Latvia and beyond
READ THIS fascinating interview with Aldis Tilens, one of the founders of Trek Heads, who talks us through the aims and achievements of the organisation as well as sharing more about his own journey into the world of trekking.
Bob Doucette: ambassador for the wonderful outdoors
READ OUR interview with Bob Doucette who runs, hikes, backpacks, climbs, skis and does whatever else he can outdoors.
Ellen Brennan: the world’s fastest flying woman
ELLEN BRENNAN's reputation as the world's fastest flying woman sets her above the rest in the world of BASE jumping. She took the time to talk us through her progression in the sport and spoke about some of her favourite places to jump.
Search and Rescue: Shaun Roundy’s dedication to people and the outdoors
YOU WILL be inspired by Shaun Roundy who, in this exclusive interview, talks about his early years, life with Search and Rescue and his much acclaimed about book.
Ex army Major running in the Portuguese Mountains to help homeless ex-servicemen
MARTYN BIRD has worked tirelessly to raise funds for numerous charities including Help for Heroes, Sports Relief, Cancer Research and the Poppy Appeal. His latest charity run sees him running 163 miles in the Portuguese mountains later this week with all money raised going to the Community Self Build agency which helps homeless veterans get their lives back on track. Martyn talked to us more about the run and the other marathons he's undertaken for some equally worthy causes.
Uncovering your true potential with Matt Belair
MATT BELAIR believes in seeing the possibilities in someone's life and then helping them reach their true potential. In our interview he talks more about his philosophy on life as well as his passions for snowboarding and martial arts.
An interview with champion mountain biker Gunn-Rita Dahle
BOUNCING back from motherhood to claim her spot as one of the most respected female mountain bikers in the world is just one of many of Gunn-Rita Dahle's life achievements. In this interview she opens up about her passion for her sport and what motivates her to be the best.
If you fall… the story of paralympic cyclist Karen Darke
FEELING down in life? Need some inspiration? Read the story of Karen Darke who through hard work and determination has beaten the odds to become a champion.
Ed Williams: swimming the world’s oceans for WaterAid
READ OUR exclusive interview with Ed Williams on his dedication to channel swimming and his latest challenge to raise money for charity.
JJ Yosh finds time for adventure on recent filming trip to Cape Town
WE WERE delighted when adventurer JJ Yosh gave us an exclusive glimpse into his recent travels in Cape Town, South Africa. Having been sent to film a commercial it wasn't long between JJ was exploring, hiking and climbing the mountains enabling him to give a unique perspective on the second most populated city in South Africa. Read on to find out more about the culinary delights, breathtaking scenery and opportunities of Adventure that Cape Town has to offer.
Mickey Sarraille and the Big Hawaii Kayak Adventure
READ ALL about the incredible life of Mickey Sarraille and find out more about the Big Hawaii Kayak Adventure.
Ryan Leech: sharing his passion for biking with the world
WE TALK TO Ryan Leech about his career in mountain biking, his dedication to young people involved in the sport and find out more about the RL Connection.
Swimmers race away from hammerhead shark
A VIDEO showing two swimmers racing to a beach after realising they were just metres away from a hammerhead shark re-emerged on a popular British news website yesterday.
Chris Buffalino: starting out in the world of BASE jumping
READ OUR interview with Chris Buffalino on his experiences in the world of BASE jumping and skydiving. A relative newcomer on the scene Chris' wise words and thoughtful account of his journey so far are sure to provide inspiration in abundance.
The adventures of Michal and Natalie Maderova
MICHAL and Natalie Maderova are a married couple with a passion for the outdoors and adventure. Read about their kayak around mainland Great Britain as well as their plans for the rest of the year.
The thirst for adventure and beautiful mind of rower Jamie Sparks
JAMIE SPARKS talks to us about his row of the Atlantic as well as the challenges he has set himself this year. Be prepared to be inspired by this young man's unique take on the world and all it has to offer.
Jerry Kobalenko: exploring and photographing the Arctic
READ OUR interview with explorer, photographer and writer Jerry Kobalenko. He opens up about his passion and respect for the outdoors and talks more about his two published books.
Sally Bigham: mountain biking as a way of life
SALLY BIGHAM is a dedicated mountain biker who spends much of her life on the road with the rest of her team. Here she talks about how it all began and her plans for the future.
Esther Wheeler: kayaking from the River Thames to the waters of Northern Canada
ESTHER WHEELER talks to us about her journey into the world of kayaking as well as her passion for getting more women involved in the sport.
Anne-Flore Marxer: the snowboarding champion with a smile to die for
READ OUR exclusive interview with Swiss snowboarding champion Anne-Flore Marxer.
Sean Conway: the first person to swim the length of Great Britain
SEAN CONWAY talks about his life of adventure and in particular his book, 'Hell and High Water', which details his epic swim of the length of Great Britain.
Thumbs up! The couple hitchhiking 27,000km across the world
JON BARRETT and Ania Mochnacka are a couple who have dedicated the last seven years of their lives to hitchhiking around the world. Here Jon tells us more about their website www.hitchhikershandbook.com as well as their epic adventure taking place this year.
An interview with skiing legend of the slopes Greg Stump
GREG STUMP started skiing at an early age at Pleasant Mountain when his family moved to Maine. Here he talks about the road to his success and how he has combined his passions in life to produce ski videos of the highest quality.
Paraglider Burkhard Martens on a career in the sky
FROM 1994 Burkhard Martens’ life has been inseparable from flying. He has worked for paraglider manufacturers and has also owned a paragliding school. Here he talks to us about his passion for flying, gives us some inside knowledge on the background of thermal flying and tells us more about his more recent books and ventures.
Dan Witchalls: Britain’s most daring BASE jumper
DAN WITCHALLS, or 'Dan The Man' as he is widely known, is one of the world's most celebrated BASE jumpers. He's also a daredevil who takes his sport to another level as you will find out in this incredibly open interview!
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Daniel Guerrero: the ambition to be a champion
STUDENT Daniel Guerrero has promised himself he will become the next British champion triathlete. Read our interview to find out how he plans to do it and what some of his successes in the sport have been so far.
Running beyond the marathon: an interview with Grahak Cunningham
ULTRA-RUNNER and ultra-marathoner, Grahak Cunningham, opens up about his life and gives us an insight into his book.
The darkness beckons: an interview with cave diver Martyn Farr
MARTYN FARR is a world renowned cave diver who has also had a number of books on the subject published. Here he talks to us about his life underwater and what plans he has for the future.
Toby Storie-Pugh: heading back to Everest and walking the Congo
TOBY STORIE-PUGH is an adventurer with a unique mind and a passion to change inequalities around the world. Here he speaks to us about his attempts to climb Everest and his plan to walk the Congo River this year.
Neko Catanzaro: the climber with a passion for travel
NEKO CATANZARO is a rock climber who has climbed and travelled all around the world. She talks to us about her passion for her hobby as well as her love for the outdoors.
Jamie Wheeler: 10 million metres for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust
JAMIE WHEELER has made a commitment to race 10 millions metres for The Cure Parkinson's Trust. Find out more about his challenge and how you can help in this exclusive interview.
Great Britain mountain runner Emma Clayton setting her sights high for 2015
HAVING been encouraged by her father to enter her first fell race aged ten, going on to compete in the British and English fell racing championships, Emma has now cemented her place in the GB mountain running team. Here, Emma talks about how her life as a runner began as well as her dedication and desire to encourage youngsters into the sport.
Ed Farrelly: the boy who wants to conquer the mountains of the world
YOUNG mountaineer Ed Farrelly talks to us about his record-breaking Peak Chapayev summit as well as how he manages to train and plan for his adventures while also studying full time.
Hiking heels: the journeys of Lauren Hughes
LAUREN Hughes longed for the joys of foreign lands since a child and once she turned 18 dedicated her life to travel and exploring the world.
Paul Ridley: the youngest American to row the Atlantic
AT THE age of 25 Paul Ridley became the youngest American to row across the Atlantic Ocean and he has also, with three other men, completed the first non-stop and unsupported row of the Arctic Ocean. Here he talks to us about those challenges as well as his charity, Row for Hope, which helps adventurers raise money for causes they are passionate about.
Jamie Andrew: succeeding in the face of adversity
JAMIE ANDREW has achieved many remarkable feats in the world of climbing and has raised thousands of pounds for charity. In this moving and inspirational interview he talks about the time which led to him lose his hands and feet and how he has since gone on to inspire thousands.
Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld: the author, speaker, coach and champion with an amazing survival story
A RISING star in the international world of skydiving, Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld survived a plane crash which killed 16 of the 22 people on board. He was left critically injured and woke up from a six-week-long coma with a broken neck, cracked skull, severe head trauma, a collapsed lung and other serious internal injuries. Here he shares his story.
Tri the world over: an interview with Samantha May
SAMANTHA May is currently training for the Lanzarote Ironman in May and in this interview gives us some insight into her life and the sport of triathlon itself.
Al Mennie: the big wave surfer from Ireland
AL MENNIE is one of the world’s top big wave surfers and the fact he is from a small town in Northern Ireland makes this achievement even more spectacular. Here, Mennie talks to us about his love of the sport and his book, Surfing Mennie Waves.
TV personality JJ Yosh on his passion for the outdoors and adventure
OVER THE last ten years JJ has found himself immersed in endless adventures around the world whether it be climbing mountains, backpacking through forests, or kayaking across the ocean. In this interview he talks about his love for nature and the outdoors as well as his exciting plans for the future.
Up close and personal with ultramarathon man Dean Karnazes
FIND OUT more about Dean’s latest book and how this world-renowned athlete’s career started in a bar after an order of one shot too many!
Dan Edwardes: the freerunning advocate and Parkour Generations co-founder
IN THIS candid interview Dan talks to us about his involvement in setting up Parkour Generations and shares with us some of his in-depth knowledge of the sport that has become a global phenomenon in its relatively short existence.
Your gateway to adrenalin: Nerve Rush partners with Limitless Pursuits
ON THE launch of Limitless Pursuits we are delighted to announce a working partnership with extreme sports and adventure website Nerve Rush.
James Nestor: being present in the moment
JAMES NESTOR relishes in immersing himself in nature and observing the limitless capabilities of the human body. Here he speaks to us on his philosophy of life and gives some inside information on his latest book, DEEP.
Webb Chiles: the first American to sail solo around Cape Horn
AS A SAILOR Webb Chiles has sailed five circumnavigations and set several world records. Long ago he became the first American to sail solo around Cape Horn. Also an established author and poet he spoke to us about some of his achievements and his life on the sea.
Jarie Bolander: my first Iron Man triathlon
AN ENGINEER by training, entrepreneur by nature and leader by endurance. Jarie Bolander combines leadership and endurance athletics over on his blog, 'Leading from Within'.
Samantha Larson: the journalist with a passion for adventure
SAMANTHA Larson is an avid climber, runner, and travel junkie as well as an established journalist. Here she talks about her passion for the outdoors and her plans for the future.
Wilderness, adventure, stunning landscapes, lakes, mountains, nature in its pure state, delicious meat, dulce de leche, amazing wines, alfajores, tango, cumbia, hiking, biking, kayaking, horseback riding, snowboarding, split boarding… YES! I had it all in Patagonia and I had the time of my life!
Tirana, Albania: Mother Teresa and the Dajti Express
Nerve Rush's Alan Perlman spends 10 nights in Tirana, Albania. This is his story.
Seven ridiculous adventures to experience in Jordan
Ever wondered what you could get up to in Jordan, the unofficial gut-wrenching adventure capital of the Middle East? Find out here!
The best place to skydive on every continent
A SKYDIVE is a prominent thing to do on most people’s bucket lists. It frequents itself at the top of the list so often that some say skydiving has lost its perennially #1 ranking as the world’s biggest rush.