Athletes and Ranking

AR World Rankings – May 2017

The next cycle of Adventure Racing World Rankings have now been released online at  These ranking include the recent results at Godzone Adventure in New Zealand, Expedicion Guarani in Paraguay and Huairasinchi in Ecuador. The unstoppable New Zealand Seagate remain on top, but there is just one point separating …

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ARWS Rules of Competition 1.4 Update

The ARWS rules have been updated after a review of penalties and protests in 2016, extensive discussion at the 2016 Athlete Forum and a community review process. The new version 1.4 rules of competition can be found at :  

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Swedish Skylotec Adventure Team Announced

Skylotec Adventure Team is a Swedish adventure racing team with high ambitions. Team members Mårten Svensson, Jonas Andersson, Johanna Wallensten and Simon Niemi have collected experiences from different team configurations in the past and are now united to perform on the highest level with focus on the AR World Series. The team said “It’s …

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Inside the Athlete Forum 2016

The first Adventure Racing World Series Athlete Forum was held after the 2016 World Championship in Australia.  Moderated by AR World Series Director Craig Bycroft, a large audience of athletes and media enthusiastically discussed a number of topics suggested by the adventure racing community. SAILS IN AR.  Should teams be permitted …

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Final 2016 AR World Ranking Released

Not unexpectedly, top of the AR World Rankings is team New Zealand Seagate with a maximum of 700 points. Having won the last 3 World Championships and a bunch of Qualifiers it is difficult to see any other team contending for the top ranking.  This is despite team Captain Nathan …

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ARWS Introduces Race Referees


Race Referees will adjudicate this year’s AR World Championship and also 2017 Qualifiers.  Referees will be independent of the race organisation and their role will be to check that ARWS Rules of Competition are followed by teams and issue penalties if they are not. Over time the ARWS will develop a …

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