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Running with Wolves / Men’s Running

In late August 2017, I travelled to Västmanland Sweden for the BBC and spent five days researching the behaviour of wolves with the help of local scientists and wildlife experts. 

I also managed to squeeze in five great runs through the wolves’ forest territory. A whole load of exercise, beautiful scenery and just a sniff of danger also proved to be the right kind of angle for Men’s Running magazine.

Here is the feature story and photos from running with the pack.

You can read it below.

MR83_026-027 (running with the pack)

 

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Getting fit in winter / Red Bull

Whipped this guide up for Red Bull online to inspire night time adventures this winter. Popped in a photo from our 98.5 hour run along the 156mile North Downs Way below.

Read the article here.

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Desert Island Survival / Get Out There

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)

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Cover Story / Men’s Running

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.

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Air pollution: Facing the music / Geographical

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 of rush hour traffic; I knew I would have to join them to tell the story properly.

Continue reading at Geographical