Participants in four major outdoor challenges taking place during May are being urged to conquer their career ambitions in Cumbria too.
Runners pushed themselves to the limit of physical endurance when they set out to conquer 10 marathons in 10 days.
Sixteen people take first of 330,000 steps towards completing 10 marathons in as many days as they pledge to raise £91,000 for Brathay Trust.
The Lake District charity challenge returns this May.
Registration for teams wanting to take part in the 2017 Keswick to Barrow and Coniston to Barrow walks is now open.
Ben Hale from Wigton is participating in this year’s Lakesman triathlon, representing the University of Cumbria.
A super-fit teacher went for glory as he took part in a prime-time television show.
Low Wood Bay Hotel and Marina is hosting this weekend’s Big Chill Swim which will see 1,000 national and international competitors arrive in Cumbria.
A landmark year for a fundraiser has proven cause for a double celebration, as organisers prepare to give away a record-breaking amount of money.
People in Ulverston are being invited to comment on a new masterplan that outlines how leisure facilities in the town could be redeveloped.
Georgia Stanway flies to Jordan on Tuesday, September 20 with the England Women's Under-17s squad to shoot for World Cup glory.
Teams from Kimberly-Clark and University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) cycled 50 miles for the Tour De Furness.
Cyclists will complete the charity ride to raise funds for their chosen charities on Sunday, September 11.
A new project is launched today (Monday, August 1) to encourage more people in Cumbria to become more active.
A new £13m sports complex for Ulverston is a step closer to reality after the idea was deemed sustainable by experts.