This April I survived 8 days fishing (+ writing and photographing) for my supper in Panama. Get Out There magazine ran it as their cover story, and it is now being distributed across Canada. You can read it online here (opens in new tab)
For the October issue, Men’s Running magazine commissioned a lovely big introduction to trail running feature. Inside I get to discuss dodgy lycra, use a dubious fruit salad analogy and generally talk dirty for a good six pages. Out now across the UK + digital subscription.
On Tuesday I went to a road block disco in central London. I was writing a story for the Royal Geographical Society magazine about the new environmentalism activism group Stop Killing Londoners. I could have told the story from the sidelines. But when they initially walked out and sat down in front of three lanes […]
Every month I write the trail running section for Men’s Running magazine UK The articles draw on my own experiences running mountain races around the world and in my home in Chile – Here’s the story in the current issue –
Some people go in search of danger in the near-mythical Darién province of Panama. I went for the adventure. In this article I explain how I reduced risk along the way – such as travelling in these infamous single-hull piragua boats. Click to open in a new tab.