Fiona Oakes’ Casablanca Marathon

Fiona’s preparation for the Casablanca leg of the record attempt was not ideal as it followed close behind her Atlantic City marathon and she had just caught a flu bug. Her duties at the sanctuary meant she was unable to rest.

Fiona Oakes takes another step towards a World Record

Fiona travelled to Atlantic City USA for her 4th marathon in 7 weeks.

Helen’s success in UK and British Fell running championships

Helen Fines is the joint winner of the British Fell Championship series after a four race series against the best of British runners. She has also won the English championships.

Jake Shields’ Brazil fight night with Demian Maia

Jake Shields was included as a featured athlete, although we now recognise that he is not vegan. Please read more about this here.

Fiona in Russian marathon success

Fiona Oakes flew to Russia to complete her fourth marathon of the eight she needs for her world record attempt.

World record yoke walk at Veg Fest by Vegan Patrik

Image courtesy of Rich Roll on Flickr

Tennis victory for Vicki Cosio

Tennis amateur Vicki Cosio travelled to Seattle to enter the Washington State Open National Senior Tournament in August. She was an unseeded player in the women’s over 45s which meant she had a tough route to the final including matches against the 3rd and second seed, with the top seed waiting for her in the final.

Third in Adelaide for Oakes

The Adelaide Marathon was the next part of Fiona Oakes’ attempt to complete her world marathons record attempt

Extreme distance hike record for Josh

Image courtesy of Mercy for Animals

Vegan win in the IOM marathon

‘Queen of the Extreme’ runner Fiona Oakes followed her Saharan and North Pole adventures with a relatively mild marathon in the Isle of Man (UK). The pressure was off because it was just part of her attempt to complete a marathon on all continents plus the Arctic in a short period – the race time itself didn’t matter.

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