Anna Gasser lands world-first Cab Double Cork 1260

Austrian follows historic November trick with new feat in Obergurgl. Anna Gasser's rollercoaster winter season continued with another women's world-first trick as she landed a Cab Double Cork 1260 in Obergurgl to follow the Cab Triple Underflip 1260 that she produced back in November. Here is all you need to know: - The 2018 Pyeongchang big […]

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Courtney reigns in Albstadt rain for first UCI XCO win

Kate Courtney and Mathias Flückiger win in extremely muddy XCO season opener. The USA’s Kate Courtney and Switzerland’s Mathias Flückiger took their respective elite class victories at the first round of the Mercedes-Benz UCI XCO World Cup in Albstadt, Germany. Here is all you need to know: -  In the women’s race, reigning overall title holder Jolanda Neff and the defending UCI […]

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Victory for Martin Kozelj in the first European stop of the 2019 season

With over 1,000 participants, the second Red Bull 400 of the season landed in Lahti, Finland – a venue known for attracting huge names from athletic circles. Cross-country skier and Olympic gold medalist Iivo Niskanen and high-intensity athlete Jonne Koski were among those taking part in Lahti this year. Fitness and strength can only take you so far in any competition […]

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The Toughest 5-day Mountain Running Race in the World .... Happening Now!

Photo by asoggetti on Unsplash The legendary Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race® follows the mountainous spine of Wales from north to south. This incredible 5-day journey is 315 kilometres long with 15,500 metres of ascent across wild, trackless, remote and mountainous terrain. The original Dragon’s Back Race® happened in September 1992, and ever since it has been whispered about with a mixture of awe and trepidation. Its […]

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Alistair Brownlee and Sophie Coldwell make it a day to remember for GB in Cagliari

Two-time Olympic and World Champion Alistair Brownlee and compatriot Sophie Coldwell delivered two incredible performances in Cagliari to take the gold medals back to Great Britain. It was a first race over the sprint distance since 2015 for Brownlee, who was able to summon a final drop of power to out-sprint Justus Nieschlag (GER) to the tape, USA’s Kevin McDowell third. In contrast, […]

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Where Am I At With Okhane ….?

Photo by Val Vesa on Unsplash Okhane is a massive project, covering so many different areas but all under the banner of helping us to improve our quality of life through better health, wellbeing and getting involved in sport .... but where am I, in terms of getting all of this working? It is a s**t load of […]

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Ironman 70.3 World Record for Norway

...and check out his time splits below! Most would be over the moon if we got close to those in just one event! Norwegian Triathlete Kristian Blummenfelt stormed into world record under Ironman 70.3 in Bahrain on 8th December 2018. He was flanked by two countrymen on the podium. The Ironman record in the 70.3 format is […]

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Merry Christmas from Okhane!

Right, the Okhane Christmas message!   First and foremost! Have a fan-bl**dy-tastic time!   Secondly, I was trying to think of a special message, some subtle piece but nothing I wrote captured the sentiment I was looking for. I’m not a religious man. I’m not part of a fully functional family! I sat thinking about […]

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Nicky Spinks Runs Double Ramsay Round

Nicky Spinks has become the first person to complete a double Ramsay Round in a time of 55:56:38. The Ramsay is a classic 24-hour challenge which begins in Glen Nevis and takes in 58 miles and 28,000ft of ascent over 24 peaks. It is far more technical than the Bob Graham Round and involves some […]

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Sir Roger Bannister - Redefining What The Human Body Can Achieve

'I gave it everything' It is over six decades since he became the first man ever to run a mile in less than four minutes. As with so many moments in British history, it came down to the weather. On the morning of May 6, 1954, it was raining steadily across the south of England […]

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It’s Here …. The UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) 2018 Calendar.

UCI calendars for the 2018 road season. The sport's governing body also revealed the mountain bike, 'cross and BMX calendars for the new year. There are no new men's World Tour races in 2018 although the Women's World Tour calendar has been expanded with the introduction of the Driedaagse De Panne in March, Emakumeen XXX. […]

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British Triathlon Events In 2018 To Look Forward To

There is a host of key dates to look forward to in 2018, including the Commonwealth Games and a home European Championships as well as the season potentially ending with a huge multi-sport ‘party’ in Ibiza.  We’ll once again be able to enjoy the ITU World Triathlon Series on the BBC, and there are plenty […]

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