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GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race coming in April

The thirteenth SPOT NZ GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race is being held in Hawkes Bay on the weekend of the thirteenth of April 2018.

Springbok Vs All Black Rivalry Set For A Showdown At Godzone

Former Springbok rugby great, Stefan Terblanche, is looking forward to representing South Africa and competing against All Black legend Richie McCaw at this year’s GODZone.

X-Adventure Dunsborough ITU world champs qualifier

Competitors will be racing for extra kudos at the 2018 X-Adventure Dunsborough off-road triathlon with the race newly slated as an official qualifying event for the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Cross Triathlon World Championships

Southern Lakes Multisport Club Adventure Race

The countdown is on for the start of the Southern Lakes Multisport Club Adventure Race at midnight tonight (Friday 17th Nov 2017) in Central Otago.

Whangamata Adventure Race all go

The Whangamata coastline is abuzz this morning with 77-adventure racing teams competing in the Bivouac Outdoors Whangamata Adventure Race.

A big turnout for a Big Bang Adventure

Record numbers stood on the bank of the Ohau River to the South East of Levin on Saturday morning waiting in anticipation to find out what lay ahead of them at the 7th annual Big Bang Adventure Race.

Richie McCaw visiting Fiordland College

All Black legend Richie McCaw and his PwC Adventure Racing team are heading to Te Anau next week for some exploration in the Fiordland bush and to meet with students from Fiordland College.

New A1 Adventure Website

“The fact is that most adventure racers compete locally or within their country, breaking the perception that you have to travel overseas to be an adventure racer.

Gadsdon and Baker make it two in a row at Augusta Adventure Fest

Hardy Inlet sparkled as almost 800 paddlers hit the water for the 12th Act-Belong-Commit Augusta Adventure Race this morning in Augusta, with 57kms of off-road adventure up ahead through the wilds of south-west Western Australia.

A call for inspiring explorers to join iconic polar journey

New Zealand’s Antarctic Heritage Trust is looking for three Kiwis or Australians (aged 20 to 35) who
are resilient, able to work in a team, motivated to challenge themselves and have a sense of humour