Athlone’s Patrick McDonnell has become the first Irish man (and second person ever) to swim the length of the Shannon. He did so in 14 days.
Sixty-three days, six hours and 25 minutes Damian Browne spent alone at sea, as he completed the 4800 km Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge rowing race.
Don Hannon donated half of his liver to his sister, 2 years after that he ran from Cork to the Causeway Coast to encourage others to become organ donors.
Just 15 people have crossed the finish line in the Barkley Marathons. Irish Eoin Keith is one of the arguably crazy folk that has taken on the challenge.
If you are more of an armchair adventurer & the thought of a marathon makes you feel queasy then you should consider signing up for a fun run this summer!
Think you are too late to the game to take up sailing? Think again! Claire McCluskey took it up in her late 20s and has sailed across the Atlantic and back.
Polar explorer Helen Turton will be at the Basecamp Store on Middle Abbey St, Dublin on Wednesday 23 May 2018 at 7 pm to talk all things polar exploration.
Adventure racer Dave Gowan tells his story of how signing up to Gaelforce West four years ago transformed him from a couch potato to a bit of hero on the Irish adventure scene.
Triple Olympian in the 10k marathon swimming event, Keri Anne Payne shares her top open water swimming tips with Outsider.ie.
On the 10 May, Irish Sailing Regional Development Officer Ciaran Murphy will be cycling from Malin Head to Mizen Head in aid of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.