adrenalin junkie


adrenalin(e) junkie

n (inf)Adrenalinjunkie m (inf)
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He's an all round action man and an adrenalin junkie - now he's become our Chief Constable overseeingNorthumbria Policeand the safety of those who live in the region.
Racer and adrenalin junkie Guy (left) examines the science of speed.
"I'm a bit of an adrenalin junkie." Training with Olympian Stuart Hayes, her weekly regime on the bike involves three long and two medium rides as well as an interval session, and in building up her bike handling skills she competed in local criterium races whilst training in Australia.
ADRENALIN JUNKIE: Cathy Rhatigan abseils from the Baltic with her bike to launch the Rat Race
A RACER'S life may seem glamorous but struggling to and from circuits can curb the enthusiasm of the biggest adrenalin junkie, writes PAUL MYLES.
ADRENALIN junkie Lowri Morgan has become the first Welshwoman to visit the remains of the Titanic off the Canadian coast.
The tattooed adrenalin junkie is big mates with Jane's' controversial frontman Perry Farrell and has played with the group in the past.
"I'm an adrenalin junkie and that's just the ultimate adrenalin rush.
SELF-CONFESSED adrenalin junkie Amy Williams craves a slice of the quiet life after making a mockery of the fastest and most dangerous ice chute in the world to claim a historic Winter Olympic skeleton gold for Great Britain.
We talked about his love for his five children and how he can't bare to watch Jack on the TV programme Adrenalin Junkie.
AN "adrenalin junkie" killed himself because he could not cope with his condition after an accident left him paralysed, an inquest heard yesterday.