Andreas takes another national title
Just a few weeks ago we added Andreas Vojta to our website and noted that the speedy vegan had an incredible haul of national titles. He’s just finished competing at the Austrian National Championships where he had the opportunity to add to them.
Vegan Ironman sets World Championship time
Vegan triathlete Sebastjan Gergoric continued his world class performances with an elite performance at Ironman Switzerland.
14 year old vegan takes double Gold at racquetball World Championships
Cody Elkins has achieved so much already. The 14 year old – vegan since age 2 – has won world titles in racquetball, and earlier this year took Silver in the Junior Olympics.
Romanian European Champs for vegan duathlete
Duathlete and vegan food supplier Lisa Gawthorne has represented Britain again, this time in Romania in the European Championships.
Is age a barrier for vegan GB Champion as he fights in Europe?
James Southwood is approaching 40. Vegetarian from birth and vegan for over half of those years, he’s also been a massive presence in the ring-based fight sport of Savate. As a coach he’s trained people to success, as a fighter he’s taken European, British and World honours.
Vegan medal at Junior Olympics
Former World Champion racquetball player Cody Elkins has won a Silver medal at the Junior Olympics. The feat was all the more impressive because he was playing in a higher age category - as well as his own.
Vegan takes Gold at National Senior Games
Senior athletics is becoming increasingly competitive, although Ellen Jaffe Jones is still making her mark. The 66 year old vegan writer and athlete has recently competed at the nationals.
Vegan on the podium in 5k Masters Nationals
Lisa’s been known as an international duathlon competitor, competing for Great Britain in the World Championships for the run–bike–run event. More recently she’s represented her country in running events (10k) and has just taken Bronze in her age group in the GB National 5k Championships.
Julia’s vegan power wins at at ANZAC
It could be argued that it wasn’t the right time for Julia Trezise-Conroy to be competing in the Nationals. A late offer to study Physiotherapy led to a relocation at short notice along with a new job and closure of her personal training business. The life changes haven’t stopped her commitment to a handstand every day (she’s past 500 days and still going) or competing in the ANZAC powerlifting competition.
Vegan National Masters champion!
Glenda Presutti put a recent history of injury behind her as she took on the Australian Masters Nationals.