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    Merrell Adventure Addicts out of rehab

    Merrell Adventure Addicts out of rehab

    Around the globe adventure racing teams are mobilising. Bike boxes are fitted, lists are checked off, bags are packed. Duct tape and cable ties. Helmets, shoes, torches, trekking poles and compass. Favoured energy bars slip in between every fold but most food will be harvested off local supermarket shelves once at the race destination.  Clothes […]

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    Haglofs Silva win the Raid Gallaecia

    Haglofs Silva win the Raid Gallaecia

    MEDIA RELEASE: Raid Gallaecia was the third round of this year’s Adventure Racing World Series and saw a return of expedition racing to Spain.

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    Tri Nations Trophy up for grabs in Western Australia

    Tri Nations Trophy up for grabs in Western Australia

    The annual 56km Augusta Adventure Race (Western Australia) sees over 1,900 competitors tackling a 12.5km coastal run, 1.9km ocean swim, 13km ocean paddle, 26km mountain bike and 2.5km beach run to the finish. It is in this event that adventure racers from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa battle it out for the Tri Nations Trophy.

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  • Dealing with foot maceration
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    Dealing with foot maceration

    Foot guru and author of ‘Fixing your Feet‘, John Vonhof, worked on feet at the 55-mile aid station and the finish line at the recent Western States 100. He saw many cases of foot maceration – something we saw  a lot of  at Expedition Africa this year. He offers some insight into the cause of […]

  • Sleep Strategy
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    Sleep Strategy

    As adventure racers, the two most common questions we ask regarding sleep are “What is the least amount of sleep we need to gain the maximum benefits?” and “Is it better to ‘power-nap’ for 15-minutes, 30-minutes or an hour?”

  • People Power
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    People Power

    Whether pairs, trios or four-person teams, it’s the ‘other person’ thing that makes team events more challenging emotionally and mentally than the event you’re entering. Yet, the person – or people – out there with you often prove to be brighter than the sun

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  • ExpAfrica: Team Life (plus video)
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    ExpAfrica: Team Life (plus video)

    Life and… more alive than ever. This year’s edition of the Expedition Africa was held in the spectacular Wild Coast where the scene was set for my wildest, most amazing adventure yet.

  • Expedition Africa announces 2015 location
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    Expedition Africa announces 2015 location

    Sibebe Rock, Gobholo Caves, Umhlanga Reed Dance, beehive huts, Malolotja Potholes and the Great Usutu River are words that speak of traditional culture, nature and adventure. They’re also features and attractions that may – or may not – appear along the 500-kilometre race course for the Expedition Africa 2015. Yes, that’s right. Next year Expedition […]

  • ExpAfrica: Race video (15 mins)
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    ExpAfrica: Race video (15 mins)

    The full-length race video from Expedition Africa is out. It’s 15-minutes and will bring back memories for both those who took part and those who followed the action unfolding day-and-night for days. Video by Steven Freitag.

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  • Custom Adventure Gaiters for Adventure Racing Club.
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    AR Adventure Gaiters

    These have been a long time in coming – but now they’re here. Yes, long, padded orienteering gaiters for adventure racing (and orienteering, of course).

  • AR Desert Gaiters
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    AR Desert Gaiters

    AR Desert Gaiters (v3) are ready! We’ve refined our stitching technique and design after intensive testing at Abu Dhabi Adventure Challenge in December 2010.

  • AR Mini Gaiters
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    AR Mini Gaiters

    The three gremlins of blister formation are heat, friction and moisture. AR Mini-Gaiters keep trail debris (grass seeds, sticks, stones, gravel and sand) out of your shoes to improve foot comfort and sock longevity.