We’re celebrating www.AR.co.za’s 10th birthday with a metrogaine – an urban point-score navigation event – on Tuesday, 12 April 2011. Enter as an individual or pair and receive a map on which checkpoints are marked.
Last weekend was the 12th running of the Wartrail Challenge, a 250km staged multisport race in the Witteberge region of the Eastern Cape. After a four-year hiatus, Team Cyanosis’ Nicholas Mulder travelled down to compete in one of the best multi-day races in the country.
Raid the North Extreme (RTNX) has been selected as a qualifier for the 2011 Adventure Racing (AR) World Series. The internationally acclaimed expedition race will happen July 23 to 31, 2011, in the rugged and historic West Kootenays of BC.
Tasmania is looking like an adventure racing hot spot at the moment with AR World Champs there at the beginning of November. And now the Swisse Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge is back.
The City of Burnie, Tasmania, will provide the ideal host and launching point to the West coast wilderness for national and international teams in the 2011 Adventure Racing (AR) World Championship. Burnie is Tasmania’s westerly most city and is the historic service centre and gateway to the wilderness of the West coast.
After battling with the afternoon traffic out of Johannesburg we finally arrived in Lady Grey at 9pm on Friday evening, just in time to miss the briefing. So we hung around for Adrian to give a short an fast briefing seeing it would be our first Wartrail.
Today Cyanosis officially announced that they will challenge for honours at Expedition Africa, South Africa’s premier expedition adventure race for 2011. The race, which takes place in the Western Cape, will see teams cover approximately 500km non-stop.