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Suited and booted: How Profeet made The Arctic V’s ski boots practically perfect

There are skiing boots, and then there are skiing boots for champions. Which category do you think The Arctic V’s boots fall into? A few months ago, Chemmy and Max visited Profeet, in west London, to ensure their skiing boots were the best they could be. The company specialise in creati... Read more

Chemmy Alcott and The Arctic V create a new Guinness World Record

We were delighted to witness history being made last Friday, courtesy of The Arctic V. Arriving in Hyde Park on a blustery afternoon, we had a good feeling that the five athletes would smash the Guinness World Record for fastest mile on roller skis by a linked team, but we didn't know just how we... Read more

How to get fit and fight the flab at your desk

Want to hone your body so you can look like The Arctic V, but worried your desk job will hold you back? No fear; there are ways you can improve your posture and strength, just by doing a few of these simple exercises every day. Improve your mobility - advice from SportsShoes.com expert Margarita ... Read more

Get fit fast like The Arctic V

How can you train like a pro with The Arctic V? Here's your answer - any time that you like. The gang have compiled a set of videos to help you achieve your fitness goals, so whether you're looking to tone up, lose weight or just have a bit of fun down the gym, you'll find a workout to help you.... Read more

Get the inside story on The Arctic V’s journey to the starting line

They trained. Hard. They flew. For miles. And then they smashed The Arctic Circle Race (well, as hard as the terrible weather conditions allowed). But nobody knows the inside story on their journey to the starting line...yet. Chemmy, Max, Richard, Chris and Adam left the UK on March 16 and flew t... Read more

How to help stamp out animal cruelty on your travels

When is an animal not an animal? When it's a source of entertainment at the animal's detriment. We've spoken to an expert at World Animal Protection, a charity that is doing what it can to educate and stop people using animals as entertainment for tourists. From dancing bears, trained dolphins to e... Read more

Does volunteering do more harm than good?

Volunteering is, as a rule, supposed to be a beneficial act. You’re dedicating your time and expertise to people that may have less than you, helping to build communities and strengthen bonds between people. But is volunteering ever just a case of turning up, doing the job, leaving a positive legacy... Read more

What's working as British Airways cabin crew really like?

Last week, we spoke to a member of British Airways' cabin crew, and we asked her everything about her job - the perks, the unexpected parts, the pitfalls and the intensity of her training. Here's the unadulterated truth about working with the world's most prestigious airline. What made you want to ... Read more

What’s life like as an air traffic controller?

For most of us, air traffic control is a bit of a mystery. People we don’t know sit in a tower at the airport or in a control centre, guiding planes from their parking spaces and throughout their flight. But what’s the job like? Is it stressful? What kind of people make the best controllers - and is... Read more

Travellers urged to be vigilant to stop the spread of 'cruel tourist rides'

Tourists and travellers who spot cruelty to animals and do their best to make a difference need to be vigilant of a disturbing new trend. A report issued by World Animal Protection has revealed that he cruelty inflicted upon Asian elephants used for tourist rides and shows is now spreading througho... Read more

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