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The SABRE Shines its Light On...

This week, Skribe features the awardees of the 2016 South Asia SABRE Awards.

The SABRE Awards is the world’s largest PR awards program, running across six continents. 455 more words


Storytelling gets a Digital Twist

Today, Skribe features mobile journalist, virtual reality filmmaker, and snapchat storyteller, Yusuf Omar from Hindustan Times to take the stage on Podium. He recently joined Hindustan Times as Mobile Editor, aiming to make HT a success on small screens. 667 more words

Hindustan Times

2016 Vineman 70.3 Race Report

Vineman 2014 was an unexpected 70.3 PR, still to this day, with a 4:25 overall time and 1:21 run split, one of the fastest amateur runs on a hilly course. 1,095 more words

Technique - Securing the Capoeira Pass with Adam Adshead

To kick off a new regular feature on techniques, Adam Adshead  has contributed with this method of securing the Capoeira when your opponent inevitably tries to counter. 16 more words


Foot lock mastery- a digital download from Oliver Geddes

Words: Matt Jardine

It seems that there are two camps: those that do it, and those that don’t.

If you are in camp ‘do’, you are rubbing shoulders with greats such as Gary Tonon, Dean Lister, Rodrigo Cavaca, Victor Estima, Felipe Pena, Marcus Almeida and Caio Terra; if you are wading in camp ‘don’t’, you are mixing with the majority of athletes who are missing a major weapon from their BJJ arsenal. 589 more words


Immodium did not quite lead to a podium

Days before the Lake Zurich Triathlon, I had not even registered for the race. There was a very good reason. The only races I was doing last week were to the bathroom to make it on time before calamity. 1,206 more words

A Competitor's Checklist

Follow this checklist to help ensure you enjoy competitions and that the organisers enjoy having you there…