Courtesy of DJI Architectural photographer Andy Yeung is on a mission to capture life within the densely packed high rise buildings that define Hong Kong’s city’s skyline. Within these multi-story buildings, people are living a distinct way of life, and Continue reading DJI Profiles – Urban Jungle
Courtesy of Red Bull Media Service Matt Jones on the mind games involved in pulling off world firsts for the camera. When an SAS veteran with 17 years’ experience tells you how to overcome a mental challenge, you listen. For Continue reading Mountain Bike Slopestyle / Dissecting the mind of an MTB rider
Courtesy of Beach Volleyball Major Series Media Service Just the two of us In beach volleyball it’s just you and your partner on court, so finding the right teammate is crucial to success – right? But just how far can Continue reading There’s no I in team
Courtesy of Vestas 11th Hour Racing On Monday 13th November at 10:26 UT, the blue boat crossed the equator with two Pollywogs (first-timers) on board. Jena 🇩🇰 and Martin 🇫🇷, had forgotten to tell King Neptune of their crossing, who Continue reading Beware Pollywogs!
Courtesy of AkzoNobel Team AkzoNobel’s equator crossing today saw three of our under-30 sailors, Brad Farrand, Martine Grael and Emily Nagel, make the transformation from to “Pollywogs” (first time equator crossers) to “Shellbacks”. Their new status didn’t come easy however Continue reading Equator Crossing
Courtesy of Team Brunel Sailing Team Brunel passed the equator. That means King Neptune had to come on board to turn the Pollywogs in to Shellbacks! And he had to punish the rookies for same mistakes they made. Follow Team Continue reading TEAM BRUNEL – A visit from King Neptune