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Huairasinchi Movistar 2018

Proyecto Aventura will be organising the 15th edition of “HUAIRASINCHI” Movistar 2018 from the 21-25th July and welcomes you to the oldest adventure race in Ecuador. It is the adventure race with the most number of editions in the world. For the first time it will be held around the …

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Making of ARJ – First ARWS Event in Japan

Like all good things, the ARJ (Adventure Race Japan) was first conceived by a bunch of friends over a few drinks. The idea was to host an Adventure Race that both celebrated 20 years of Adventure Racing (AR) in Japan and attracted the Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS) to it’s …

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Expedition Oregon Smashing Success

Expedition Oregon was a demonstration race for the 2018 season of the AR World Series and if the comments of athletes in attendance are anything to measure by, it was a smashing success.  Smashing whitewater, smashing scenery and the smashing pace of the top teams! Lars Bukkehave of the winning …

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Expedition Oregon Underway

Expedition Oregon in the USA has started and 21 teams are racing over an eight leg course through the wilderness surrounding the town of Bend.   Race Director Jason Magness said “The teams will start with a bang (or a whimper) as they run headlong into the single hardest mile …

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ARWS Rankings May 2018 – Foundations Laid

The current cycle of Adventure Racing World Rankings have now been released and the foundations are being laid for a new wave of top ranked teams to climb the ladder.  View the full rankings online at http://arworldseries.com/rankings/  These ranking include the recent results from the Maya Mountain Adventure Challenge, XPD …

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The End is Nigh – EA2018

Preparations for the Expedition Africa 2018’s closing ceremony is in full swing, whilst the remaining 14 teams of the 52 make their way to the finish line at Letsatsi Lodge. Over the past 24 hours, 38 teams have completed this year’s gruelling 560km course, all bearing smiling faces as they …

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Who will Finish First?

As the sun set on day 3 of Expedition Africa, clouds rolled in, threatening to storm over a very dry Namaqua West Coast. Temperatures have dropped throughout the day and are expected to continue throughout the night, reaching a chilly 14°C tomorrow.  The region has experienced months of drought and …

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