Hiking with baby twins NZ

Hiking with Baby Twins in the Mountains

Ziggy is a recent mother of twins, but has stayed true to her heart and continues to explore the outdoors. Albeit a little differently... this is her story. BONUS: Read to the bottom to see her top 5 tips for exploring the outdoors in New Zealand with babies.    Hiking with the baby twins at Lake Tekapo. "It is a cold winters morning. The groun...
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Wilderness Traverse of Fiordland Race Report

Wilderness Traverse of Fiordland Race Report

WTF #3 - Jeribe Richson9 - 11 January 2021 Race Report On Saturday 9th January the Further Faster Fledglings took part in the 3rd edition of the Wilderness Traverse of Fiordland (WTF), an event run by the Fiordland Endurance and Adventure Racing Society (FEAR). This epic race is the brainchild of Adventure Racer Andy Magness and has a reputation...
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Revelling in the Routeburn

Revelling in the Routeburn

While training hard for the Coast to Coast Longest Day, Holly, found a new freedom of taking it easy when she least expected it... Written by Further Faster Athlete and friend, Holly Weston.   "An element of training is always going to be numbers focused. This part I understand, it’s a great way to gauge where you are at – power, speed, distance...
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FurtherFaster Summer Rogaine Series

FurtherFaster Summer Rogaine Series

Canterbury Summer Rogaine Series! Wednesday's 1 & 2Hr Afterwork Events and Lyttleton Bonus Event! Great views and hidden corners are always a bonus on a Summer Rogaine. Not in Chch but still keen? Check out NZ Rogaine Association for a event near you! The best thing about rogaining is the social aspect. Everyone starts at the same time, an...
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Adventure Racing Tips from the Fledglings!

Advice from the Fledglings... Adventure Racing!!! Eat real food! There's certainly a time and place for sugar and gels but it is important to have some real food in your bag. And the longer the race the more important it is to get real food in. For a race longer than two hours it's always a good idea to have a decent sandwich on hand, or a gru...
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