Vegan 'Queen of the Extreme' took on her third Marathon des Sables this year. In addition to extreme heat, vast distances and terrible terrain, Fiona was faced with a new challenge when her shoes were almost unusable after three of the six days. Read more here.
After years at the top of his game, baseball pitcher Pat Neshek was asked to represent the USA in a tournament they had never won. The vegan played a key role in the success of his team, read more here.
She's only just joined our site so we're pleased to to be bringing news of Alison Crowdus' competition. It's been at no less than the Arnold XPC finals, where Ali put in a great performance. Read more about just how well she did here.
Superheavyweight powerlifter Alison Crowdus has quickly become a leading lifter in the US, qualifying for the XPC finals at the Arnold Sports Festival. Her impressive equipped total is one she fully expects to improve on and she is also starting to compete in strongman.
Mixed 300 metres relays and elimination miles were among the innovative events facing Vegan Morgan Mitchell and other athletes at the Nitro Athletics meeting. Read how she got on as she represented Australia against leding athletes from around the world.
Ivan is a natural bodybuilder who has held a Pro Card since 2009 and been vegan since 2013. He's had reached the podium several times and also finds time to compete in triathlon and duathlon races with great success.
What did vegan athletes do in 2016?
Johanna is a world recognised athlete in two seperate sports, having represented German in rugby Union and won an international series in team cycling. Vegan for half her life, she continues to train and has more competition planned in cycling.
Vegan Greg Moormann has developed an excellent physique from his love of training and an excellent diet. So far this year he's won three out of three tournaments, and then travelled to the Caribbean for a fourth.
Vlad Ixel's adventures in traoil races have taken him to extreme course where he has faced height gain and terrain few runners would contemplate. He's just returned from another challenge - the The World Trail Championships in Portugal where he faced 85km course with over 4500 metres of height gain.
Iceland is known as a nation where strength sports are popular and standards are high. Vegan viking Hulda has competed successfully in both raw and equipped competition. She has two Icelandic records.
Spencer has been established as a leading competitor for years, but a major title has elduded him. Recently he was part of a two man team who had been leading a major series, and in the final race they had an opportunity to take first place,