Stephen Redmond Fastnet Swim

Endurance Swimmer Steve Redmond Chases Another World First (This Time in Ireland!)

Revered for being the first person in the world to complete the Ocean's 7 Challenge, Steve Redmond is taking on another epic challenge a tad closer to home.

By Orla O'Muiri

Ireland’s Best Obstacle Races for those Looking For a Muddy Thrill

If spending your day-off getting soaking wet and covered head-to-toe in mud sounds fun, we might just have the perfect Saturday plan for you!

By Brianne Doherty

UTMB 2017 Gallery

UTMB: Everything You Need to Know

Europe’s toughest and most famous ultra, Columbia UTMB is less than a month away, so we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about this iconic race.

By Orla O'Muiri

Quest participant

6 Reasons Why Quest Killarney Should be on Your Must-Do List  

Are you looking to push your boundaries this summer? To get out into the great outdoors, see some awesome scenery and gain a sense of achievement you’ve never felt before? We have just the ticket.

By Outsider

Paul Gosney

Attacking Ireland’s Longest Triathlon: Paul Gosney on Blisters, Bruises, and Barrelling Through Pain

Five Ironman's in a row, continuously. An outstanding challenge indeed — one only equipped for a man with a passionate cause and a stubborn mentality.

By Brianne Doherty

Nikki Bradley on Mt. Errigal

Interview: Nikki Bradley on her Upcoming Four Peaks Challenge

Adaptive adventurer and public speaker Nikki Bradley is about to push herself to her limits yet again in a bid to raise €50,000 for key cancer charities.

By Outsider

Pedal to Peak

Pedal to the Peak: 24 Hours to Bike & Climb from Ireland’s Lowest Point to Its Highest

A group of eight from Herbertstown NS in Co Limerick came together for one awesome challenge which they dubbed Pedal to the Peak.

By Orla O'Muiri

damian browne

Damian Browne: The Rugby Player Who Rowed Across The Atlantic Ocean

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.

By Orla O'Muiri

Don Hannon

Don Hannon: The Ultra Runner Who Became a Running Donor

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.

By Orla O'Muiri

Barkley Marathons

Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats its Young

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.

By Elsa Anderling


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