Category: Outdoor

Riding Monsters

Portuguese big wave surfer Joana Andrade on the importance of fear: “These waves can kill you, so fear is good because it keeps you aware.”

By Sam Haddad

Strong Reins

Equestrian sport has traditionally been inaccessible for Black riders. Meet Lydia Heywood, who is determinedly setting out to change this

By Jessica Morgan

The All-Rounders

The Glorious team head to West Yorkshire to play ball with the empowered South Asian women and girls taking the rounders world by storm

By Annabel Herrick

Meet The Drummies

Photographer Alice Mann discusses her new book, Drummies, which chronicles the extraordinary discipline and beguiling aesthetics of South Africa's drum majorettes – synchronised teams of pom-pom wielding performers

By Daisy Woodward

Taking The Plunge

The ritual of a freshwater dip is healing for many. We speak to Wonderful Wild Women about community, courage and braving the cold

By Annabel Herrick

A Leap Of Faith

“I was like Bambi on ice trying to jump again.” How parkour athlete and freerunner Lynn Jung bounced back from injury and changed her lifestyle in the process

By Ellie Ross

Running On Full

Ultrarunner Fernanda Maciel on her appetite for endurance: “So much of an ultra is about suffering, you need to go through the pain”

By Sam Haddad

Sista Skate

The roller skating collective Sista Skate celebrating Black joy. We speak to the founder, Kamry James, about healing through movement, her favourite disco tracks and tips for beginners

By Jessica Morgan

Take It To The Top

Todd Antony photographs Bolivia’s marginalised female tribe fighting back in their own way – and succeeding

By Annabel Herrick