Route cause: How Londoner Alec Briggs is challenging the norms of competitive cycling – with a sprinkling of cheek and charisma – Red Bulletin UK, February/March 24

High achiever: When a BASE-jumping accident left Florida-born thrill-seeker Jay Rawe with life-changing injuries, he used his mental strength and positive outlook to find a new, adrenaline-fuelled calling – Red Bulletin UK, December 23

Fields of dreams: Jamaican-born, London-raised adventurer Dwayne Fields escaped the estate of Hackney to embark on expeditions to both poles. His message: if I can do it, anyone can – Red Bulletin UK, November 23

Turning it around: To level up his mastery of the double flair and nail a world-first triple flair, the British BMXer first had to send his thinking on a full 360 – Red Bulletin UK, May 22

Calling the shots: The future star of Britsh tennis has used mental tenacity to his advantage on his rise from council-estate kid to sporting ace – Red Bulletin UK, July 21

“It was terrifying”: How The Slate Line pushed Gee Atherton to his limits –

How Chris Froome has got back to his best –

On the edge: Danny MacAskill on why The Slabs is his “wildest”-ever project –

Q&A With ‘Wild Croc Territory’ Presenter Matt Wright – Men’s Fitness

Nomadic warrior — Baigalmaa Norjmaa is making an unprecedented trip around the world. All that stands in her way is 12,000km, 14 massive countries and the kind of extreme conditions that few other humans could tolerate. But this 30-year-old nomad is pressing on undeterred, determined to realise her long-held dream – Huck