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Entries in adventure sports (8)
From the original David Attenborough, a polar bear fighting pilot, the shaper of Iran and the creator of the first National Day of Adventure, Frontier breaks down the Top 10 most inspiring female adventurers!
Who doesn't like a little bit of adrenaline and adventure in their life? Well, with today's quiz you can find out exactly that! Have a run through it and find out which Adventure Sport you should have a go at!
On the back of the current 2012 Olympics furore, I would like to draw peoples’ attention to one little story that may have slipped through the media net. Kiteboarding, a major passion of mine, has made it into the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
Our Hox-Pop questions on Tuesday brought up some interesting adventure experiences: sky surfing, extreme ironing and freerunning were amongst the extraordinary activities people were eager to try out. To conclude our week of adventure sports, today we present our top five weird and wonderful experiences from around the world:
Today we are profiling extreme adventurer and environmentalist Alain Robert, dubbed as the ‘human spiderman’ for his love of climbing urban skyscrapers, usually without safety equipment or climbing aids.
Here at Frontier HQ we love nothing more than getting out and about in the streets of Shoreditch to find out what people are thinking. This week’s theme of adventure sports lends itself perfectly to a spot of street-side questioning, and today’s little adventure didn’t disappoint. Here’s what we gleaned.
Whether it’s throwing yourself from somewhere high, swimming with something deadly, or embracing the extreme elements, backpacking has long been associated with adrenaline-inducing activities. This week we’ll be going truly Into the Wild on the Frontier blog, launching things with a look at some of the best places in the world to get your bungee kicks.