Best action shots from February: Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale

Best action shots of the month: 
February

Photo: IAN WITLEN 

From Florida’s top music venue and kayaking adventures in Canada to mountain bikers from all over the globe: Here are the best action photos of the month
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FORT LAUDERDALE, USA

Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale has been one of Florida’s top music venues since the 1970s. As well as hosting gigs by established acts from the worlds of punk (such as Rancid), hip-hop (Aesop Rock) and dance (Steve Aoki), its two stages have given underground artists the opportunity to step into the spotlight.

A good example of this was the recent concert (pictured) by New York indie-rock band Hunters, fronted by Isabel “Izzy” Almeida.


For upcoming gigs: jointherevolution.net

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clendinning creek, canada
Nouria Newman kayaking at Clendinning Creek in Canada

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“This place is without doubt the most beautiful I’ve ever paddled on,” says French whitewater kayaker Nouria Newman of this glacier-strewn area of British Columbia, Canada. “It takes some effort to get here – you have to take a hydroplane, paddle across a lake, and hike up with your kayak – but it’s totally worth it.”

The 25-year-old, who took up the sport at the age of five, is a silver and gold medallist in kayaking, having triumphed at the 2013 and 2014 Canoe Slalom World Championships respectively.


For more on Nouria Newman: redbull.com

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TAXCO DE ALARCÓN, MEXICO
Mexican elite rider Memo Cervantes

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Taxco de Alarcón in Guerrero, Mexico, attracts two very different kinds of pilgrim. For 364 days a year, most visitors to the small town come to marvel at the picturesque Church of Santa Prisca.

But when the City Downhill World Tour makes its annual stop in Taxco, sports fans flock to watch mountain bikers from all over the globe race along its steep, cobbled streets. Here, Mexican elite rider Memo Cervantes enters a fast, banked corner of almost 180°.


For more info: citydownhill.com

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