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Cyanosis Triumph in Paraguay

The South African team Cyanosis delivered a powerful victory at the AR World Series Qualifier Expedición Guaraní in Paraguay.  Winning a prized qualification spot to the AR World Championship in August.  Clinton Mackintosh, Nicholas Mulder, Susan Carter-Brown and Rob Crichton dominated the race winning in 106 hours and 52 minutes. …

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“Now… We Just Want to Survive”

These words were spoken by Nicolas Vallejo of team Argentina Sportotal as they stumbled into the transition at the end of the second leg of the race, a 34km trek through the night.  Starting this leg in second place, they along with the many of the field, fell to the …

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The Heat is On!

Paraguay has turned up the heat for the AR World Series Qualifier Expedición Guaraní and it’s the South African’s of team Cyanosis who have stoked the fire. At 8am local time Race Director Gustavo Borgognon set 34 teams off on the first leg of the Expedicion Guarani, a 55km lake …

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Lost Bikes and Local Delicacies in Paraguay

Adventure racing teams have arrived at the small summer town of San Bernardino in Paraguay and are completing their pre race preparations for the ARWS Qualifier Expedición Guarani. The usual pre-race dramas have unfolded including all four bikes from French team DSN74 not arriving.  The race organisation have helped them …

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“Who said Paraguay was hot?”

Columbia Vidaraid win Expedition Guarani

“Who said Paraguay was hot”?  The question was asked by Team Finalin from Ecuador at the end of a testing, competitive and surprising Expedicion Gurani. The race was round 5 of the 2016 Adventure Racing World Series and the series’ third visit to South America after earlier events this year …

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Columbia Vidaraid Victorious in Paraguay

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World number 2 team Columbia Vidaraid are the winners at this years ARWS Qualifier Expedicion Guarani in Paraguay. After trailing local team Expy on the first day, Columbia Vidaraid moved into first position to dominate the 600km race and finish in 95 hours 20 minutes. Expedicion Guarani was the first …

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