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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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Why New Zealanders should walk Te Araroa trail this summer

Why New Zealanders should walk Te Araroa trail this summer

  Still no plans for summer? Thinking you need a change in your life? Always wanted to go on a big adventure but never got the chance to do it? Well.. let me tell you a few reasons I believe Kiwis should walk Te Araroa this season. Daniel Nogueira shares his and others experiences of thur-hiking the Te Araroa.  With the first walkers already hit...
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Multi-Sport Training on the West Coast

Multi-Sport Training on the West Coast

The Wet (West) Coast, a hidden paradise only a mountain range away from Christchurch. And a great place to head for a weekend to train (and have fun) for multi sport racing. Further Faster athlete Ryan O'Connor is a West Coast local. He and his whanau have raced Coast to Coast and other multi sport events over the years, so have loads of great ...
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Banks Peninsula Adventure Race!

Banks Peninsula Adventure Race!

We are super proud to be partners with Banks Peninsula Adventure Race, an exciting event run as a fundraiser for junior orienteering in Canterbury! Join us 29th November in a mystery location, 1 hrs drive from Christchurch on the stunning Banks Peninsula! Adventure Racing is an exciting & challenging team sport. It involves travelling on f...
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te araoa new zealand's trail

Te Araroa - New Zealands trail- Running from Cape Reinga to Bluff

Running the Te Araroa, yes, running! Brook van Reenen, shares his journey and adventures while running New Zealand’s Long Trail, the Te Araroa, as he fundraises for the New Zealand Mental Health Foundation. Almost a year to the day, I left Cape Reinga in the North Island, en-route to Bluff, in the South Island, for what was to be one massive lif...
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