Wheelchair Rugby might just be the biggest crowd-puller at the Paralympic Games. Ahead of this year's events, we look back on our time spent with Team GB during London 2012.
In 2012, Huck caught up with Tim Von Werne, whose career was cut short under a veil of ‘controversy’, to find out why there's so few openly gay skaters.
Jamaica’s greatest export is being tailored to India’s ears, thanks to a party-starting deejay crew who preach the reggae gospel.
In a country founded on ancient belief systems, tattooist Lokesh Verma is battling traditional mindsets with modern body art.
In the shadow of music meccas Seattle, Olympia and Portland, a new wave of all-inclusive, female-led punk is bursting out of small-town, blue-collar Tacoma.
To mark the centenary of Ireland's uprising, award-winning photographer Seamus Murphy revisits the country he left behind in order to capture the nation's true character.
He’s almost 50, he's got asthma, he’s about 235 pounds, and he's also a world-class athlete. Meet 'Kraken', the sea monster – a Finnish freediver who only realised he had the makings of a national champion in his late 30s.
Over two weeks, Adam Patterson travelled with refugees making the harrowing journey across Europe to shoot a powerful new documentary.
The subversive movements of the '60s and '70s are still a lifeline for outcast kids across America.
New documentary wingmen follows leading pioneers of wingsuit flying including Jokke Sommer as they attempt to conquer every jump on the planet.
Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson may well be climbing’s first household names. But not everyone knows the demons they stared down when they completed the world’s toughest free climb.
Photojournalist Ozier Muhammad has captured some of the most important political pinch points of our times. But, he explains, he was simply driven by a desire to document the everyday.