Vegan viking shines in Icelandic powerlifting championships

Competing equipped in the under 84kg category, she squatted 205.5 kg (452lb) which took the national Icelandic record. She already has the Icelandic benchpress record (120kg).

Third MdS throws up new troubles for vegan Fiona

World record holder Fiona Oakes has completed her third Marathon des Sables, with the ‘World’s Toughest Footrace’ living up to its reputation in providing challenges for the UK-based vegan.

Vegan helps US to their first win at the Classic

Pat Neshek has just completed participating in the World Baseball Classic where he played a key part on the successful performance of the US team.

Vegan power at Arnold!

Eight of her nine lifts were good lifts, with only one fail on her third squat. Incredibly she improved on all of her already impressive personal bests in a robust display of vegan power.

Rocky road to success on the Hong Kong trails

Next was the MSIG Sai Kung was next. This 54k course takes in an enormous height gain of close to 3000 metres. Vlad’s win in 6 hours 6 minutes and 14 seconds was four minutes ahead of the second placed runner from France.

Nitro Athletics offers new challenges for Morgan

Rising Athletics star Morgan Mitchell broadened her experience with an appearance for Team Australia in the six – team international Nitro Athletics meeting.

Meagan’s chance to make history with a sixth title

Vegan Athlete of the Year and twice World Champion Meagan Duhamel has returned to Skate Canada International with five wins behind her and the opportunity to make history.

Vegan Athlete of the Year 2016

Meagan Duhamel is Vegan Athlete of the Year 2016

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Cam fights for yet another national title

Cam has already achieved so much in boxing with over a dozen US titles. This year he faced enormous disappointment when he failed to qualify for the Olympics. It lead to a change in direction for him as he started motivational speaking – but he hasn’t forgotten boxing.

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