Sticking together in the Figaro

The Solitaire du Figaro: No Rest for David Kenefick

Irishman David Kenefick recently took on the Soltaire du Figaro as his first solo offshore racing experience. We hear his take on the exhausting experience.
Duathlons in Ireland

7 of the Best Duathlons in Ireland 2018

Not willing to stop training outright during the winter months? Then duathlons are the perfect remedy to keep you ticking over until spring.
Road Cycling events in Ireland

11 of the Best Road Cycling Events in Ireland 2018

Ready to work off the Christmas muffin top? We’ve got ten of the best road cycling events in Ireland for you to tackle in 2018, to get you back into shape.
Tom Dolan Mini Transat

Tom Dolan Talks Highs & Lows of Racing Sailing’s 4,000km Mini Transat

Tom Dolan came 6th in the Mini Transat, Ireland's best ever result in the race. We caught up with him to talk rashes, suffering & the struggle to self-fund.
Killian Jornet scaling a mountain

Kilian Jornet Talks Training, Gruelling Victories and Summiting Everest Twice

Outsider’s Orla O’Muiri caught up with living legend Kilian Jornet to talk about his incredible achievements in 2017 and to find out what makes him tick.
The Kerry Way Ultra

16 of the Best Running & Hiking Events in Ireland 2018

Race dates for 2018 are out, time to get the calendar out and plan your running & hiking events for the year ahead. These are 15 of our favourite in Ireland for 2018
Adventure Races Ireland

11 of the Best Adventure Races in Ireland 2018

Looking for an event to sign up for that's a bit different, a bit more reckless than a triathlon? Then, why not take a closer look at adventure racing.
Outsider Awards 2017: Youth Award

Meet the 15-year-old Triathlete who Will Put your Training Plan to Shame

At 15 years old most kids won’t take their heads out of their phones long enough to walk to the bathroom, Sabian Kulczynski, on the other hand, is out training 6-7 days a week.
Jarlath McHale Inca Trail

Could you Hike the Inca Trail with 25kg on your Back?

Jarlath McHale took on the 43km iconic trail this summer weighed down with a 25kg backpack, to become the first non-Peruvian porter on the Inca Trail.
adele pennington

Interview: Adele Pennington on Her Journey From Wheelchair to 8000m Peaks

Adele Pennington was told by doctors she may never climb again. She tells us about her journey from wheelchair to conquering the world's toughest peaks.