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Focuses on the Tarahumara, a mysterious tribe of Mexican Indians, who live quietly in canyons and are reputed to be the best distance runners in the world. This title tells their story while asking what the secrets are to being an incredible runner.
The Next Horizon, the second volume in Chris Bonington's autobiography after I Chose to Climb, picks up his story from 1962 and relates his subsequent adventures as a mountaineer, photographer, journalist and expedition leader alongside eminent climbers including Doug Scott and Don Whillans.
The Edge of the World is a stunning collection of the best photography ever published by Outside magazine, the leader in outdoor adventure photography and journalism. Covering Outside's most compelling stories from throughout the years, it offers readers an inside look through the lens of the world's top adventure photographers.
Art of Freedom, by award-winning author Bernadette McDonald, is a profound and moving profile of Voytek Kurtyka, one of the international climbing world's most respected, complex and reclusive mountaineers. Winner of the 2017 Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature.
Ride lays bare the harrowing beginnings and the tough life lessons learned by superstar John Buultjens on his rise to BMX Glory, Against All the Odds. High-octane BMX enabled John to change his destiny, carrying him from a dead-end Glasgow estate to leader of iconic US BMX brand, Haro - his white-knuckle ride now the subject of a Hollywood movie.
Eddie `The Beast' Hall is the first Brit in 24 years to win the World's Strongest Man competition, beating The Mountain from Game of Thrones. This is a visceral story of sporting achievement, an athlete pushing himself to the limits, and the personal journey of a man on the path to becoming being the best of the best.
The World Marathon Challenge-seven marathons on seven continents in seven days-is the ultimate race for adventurous runners. This book is David Gething's candid story of what it is like to compete in one of the most demanding amateur sporting events on the planet, including the sacrifices made just to get to the start and what it takes to win.
In 2014, Steve Birkinshaw attempted to set a new record for completing a continuous 300-mile circuit of all 214 Wainwright fells in the Lake District. With a foreword by Joss Naylor, There is no Map in Hell recounts Birkinshaw's preparation, training and experience, and the physiological aftermath of the feat.
With in-depth interviews from the worlds of BMX, Surfing, Snowboarding, Skateboarding, Freediving, Freerunning, Action Sports Filmmaking and Photography, this book celebrates the majesty of the natural world and those who inhabit it
One night in 1974, Philippe Petit secretly - and illegally - rigged a tightrope between the twin towers of the World Trade Center. At daybreak, he gave the high-wire performance of all time, making eight crossings over the course of an hour. This memoir tells the story of how he conspired, connived, improvised, and insisted his way to this coup.