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Team Seagate Lead Into Final Day

The Elite New Zealand adventure racing team are nearing the final stage of the 757km 2017 Adventure Racing World Championships being staged in the Parks of Wyoming, USA.

Nathan Fa'avae talks ARWC 24hrs in

We ask multiple Adventure Racing World Champion Nathan Fa'avae to share his thoughts on the ARWC. 24 hours into the race. This is the first time the worlds have been held in the United States

Trans-Tasman Adventure Racing Series Announced By Godzone & Adventure 1

Adventure 1, Australia’s leading adventure racing series has partnered with the company behind GODZone, the worlds largest expedition event, to create a new trans-Tasman adventure racing series.

Adventure Magazine Issue 203 - The XXL issue is out now

Full in depth interview with Nathan Fa’avae the world best adventure racer and a horde of other stuff form performance nutrition to mountain bike maintenance .

Interview - World Champion Team Seagate

With 30 days to go, defending World Champion Team Seagate has a new teammate. Bob Mclachan talks to host Legendary Randy Ericksen on the TA1 podcast

World Firsts! - Torpedo7 Spring Challenge sets records

2017 is witnessing Women's Adventure Racing in New Zealand reaching all new levels. Ten Events Ltd, the company behind the successful adventure sporting events and training, including the Spring Challenge events

Godzone reaches 100 teams

The world’s largest expedition adventure race has reached another major milestone with entries into GODZone Chapter 7 reaching 100 teams.

Fear Society

Sixteen southlanders have started up a new sporting society this month. It is called the Fiordland Endurance and Adventure Racing Society, or the Fear Society for short.

Red Bull X-Alps, the world’s toughest adventure race

This years Red Bull X-Alps paraglide - adventure race will see 32 starters with Kiwi Nick Neynens and Australian Che Golus representing their counties

Adventurethon Kalbarri

Adventurethon Kalbarri 2017 kicked off with some great weather. Milder temperatures than those predicted meant that competitors avoided the winter chill, and instead were treated to stunning conditions.