World Masters rowing success for Ida!

The regatta in Bled, Slovenia is effectively the World Championships for competitors aged over 27 years. “To me personally it has been the main goal of the season (since October last year)” Ida told us from the regatta “and it is the biggest regatta of its kind.”

Julia aims for the top spot

“I competed at the UNBA Universe last year and won the Amateur Tall Figure, Figure Overall and won my IPE pro card” Julia explained. “I wanted to return to the event this year and compete in Pro category at the Universe. Moving up to the pro league can be tough as the standard is very high so I have spent the year working on bringing an improved package to bring to the stage.”

It’s not easy for Neil in Hong Kong

The Australian vegan didn’t have an easy challenge in the invitation-only event that selected the world’s elite, being given arguably the toughest route to the final.

Cody plays in the World Championships

He had previously won four World Outdoor Championships in the Junior divisions before 2017 and had been USA Racquetball National Singles Indoor Champion in the Juniors 8 and Under division. He's also got a black belt in karate and spoken out on the subject of veganism.

Ben’s extreme 250km Gobi desert trek

Ultra runner Ben Dame faced another extreme challenge when he travelled to China for the 250km Gobi race.

Veteran vegan races and writes

Veteran athlete Ellen Jaffe Jones has been as busy as ever with an appearance at the National Senior Games and her continued interest in writing.

Vegan wrestler fights for the future of food

Pro wrestler Austin Aries has released a book detailing his veganism, success in sport and desires to see a food revolution.

Vegan storms the powerlifting rankings

Alison, who has been vegan since 2012, currently has the 12th largest bench of all time, in the world for all weight classes. Her monster press is the eighth biggest of all time for Super Heavyweight and she is currently Number One in the USA.

Chattanooga challenges leave a vegan on the podium

The Ironman 70.3 race included a 1,9 km swim, a 90 km cycle (in this race it was 2 km longer) and a 21.1 km (half marathon) run. Part of the swim section was made even harder as it went against the current of a river. It was sufficiently tough for the organisers to revise it for the amateur athletes, who only completed half of it.

European competition and more national records

Vegan Viking Hulda B Waage travelled to Malaga, Spain, where she was the lightest of eight women in the under 84kg category of the IPF-sanctioned event.

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