Alexander Dargatz, vegan bodybuilder

Alex shot to fame in December 2005 when he won the World Champion Fitness title with WFF (World Fitness Federation). Five years before this he had become vegan in response to the cruelty of the animal food industries.

Although the motivation was “ethical, ecological, spiritual and healthy reasons (in that order)” Alex soon found that it was easy to find enjoyable food that worked with his strength objectives. Read More... “Alexander Dargatz, vegan bodybuilder”

Christine Vardaros, vegan cyclist

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Christine ias a former US national team member with many successes including a win at the 2004 Santa Cruz Classic Criterium. 

In 2001 she made the US national team and competed at the Cyclo-Cross World Championships, and later that year she took 9th in the Heerlen World Cup (Netherlands)  and 8th in the Wetzikon World Cup in Switzerland,  The following year saw her finishing 29th in the World Championships in 2004 she took the win at Santa Cruz Classic. Read More... “Christine Vardaros, vegan cyclist”

Scott Jurek, vegan ultramarathon runner

Few athletes have made an impression on their sport like Colorado-based Scott Jurek has made on the demanding sport of ultra marathon running.

Scott has led the sport with some amazing performances including multiple wins and course records. Ultramarathon running starts at the distances beyond the standard marathon of 26.2 miles (42km), while Scott has excelled up to 246k. Read More... “Scott Jurek, vegan ultramarathon runner”