Category: Professional

Fast Lane In Focus

Joe Hale is always on the move, whether running for fun, or chasing around a stadium to photograph the world’s leading athletes in his own unique way

By Glorious

Sport Vs Hair

Rugby player Simi Pam was left with no choice but to cut off her hair. In Simi’s own words she raises the important issue that Black women face, and how their hair will often deter them from playing sport

By Simi Pam

Descending Deep

Ruth Osborn swapped a career in the public sector for a life in Ibiza to follow her love of water, which led her to become one of the UK's best freedivers

By Glorious

Switching Lanes

“It’s the most hilarious thing when I tell people I'm a professional electric scooter racer. They’re just like, ‘What? That’s so crazy.” Model and adrenaline junkie Jordan Rand enthuses about her next big sporting craze

By Tomi Otekunrin

Fighting Back

“I crossed the finish line as an athlete, not a cancer patient.” In her own words, GB coxswain Erin Kennedy tells us why breast cancer won’t define her, and how she wants to raise awareness to help others

By Erin Kennedy

Shooting The Stars

“I’ve lost track of the amount of times I’ve asked an Olympian if they’re okay with another take, just to remember their entire careers are built around practising and repeating the amazing things they do.” Tom Watkins on capturing the perfect portrait

By Glorious

Hoops on Deck

From circus academy to spinning for a living on the ocean wave, hula hoop and balance artist Jess Mews talks us through her fascinating journey

By Glorious

It's Time For PUMA300

We go behind the scenes with our women-led crew to show how movements were captured that truly define the number 300 and how these will encourage more women to get moving

By Amy Sedghi

Digital Detox

Are you a doomscroller or joyscroller? Athletes Lina Nielsen and Samantha Kinghorn talk about the effects of mobile phones and social media – and how their lives have been energised by movement

By Tomi Otekunrin

Manchester Movers

“We know how easy it is to get into a scroll hole," say two PUMA employees about the overuse of mobile phones. Glorious heads to Manchester to find out how they kick a scrolling habit

By Imogen Clark