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Racing? Read "Into" the Instructions: GODZone Hints
Written by Pete Dobos

News - Events ::: Friday, 28 February 2014 15:32
Racing? Read

A favourite passtime/obsession among adventure racers is to try to figure out ahead of time what the course will be like: disciplines, terrain, distances, locations, etc. An equally favoured passtime of race directors is to divulge as little of the aforementioned information as possible until the course reval and map distribution, which is usually just 24 hours before the start. Let's play along with the racers for a bit and take a close look at the mandatory gear list for Godzone Chapter 3.

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Food, Gear and Beer in the Grand Canyon
Written by Dana Clark

Lifestyle - Travel ::: Wednesday, 26 February 2014 16:33
Food, Gear and Beer in the Grand Canyon

Tired of waiting for spring to be sprung? Does the thought of giving Old Man Winter a punch in the face warm the cockles of your heart? Perhaps you'd prefer to give the polar vortex a swift kick in the axis.

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Expedition Adventure Racing Returns to Canada
Written by Pete Dobos

News - Events ::: Wednesday, 26 February 2014 15:47
Expedition Adventure Racing Returns to Canada

Endurance Aventure's multi-day, non-stop stage race (yes, I know that's an oxymoron...I'll explain later) is back in 2014! The Raid International Gaspésie (RIG) will be held in the Carleton-sur-Mer sector from September 10th to 14th.

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5 Tips to Help You Get Ready for an Arctic Ultra
Written by Joel Perrella

News - Ultra Running ::: Thursday, 20 February 2014 14:18
5 Tips to Help You Get Ready for an Arctic Ultra

There's no doubt that Ultras are hard, physically hard, that they are mental game and that some require months of preparation. But from some of the most difficult ultras we can learn the most valuable lessons.

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Volcanic Potential of Mount Hood
Written by Joel Perrella

News - News ::: Tuesday, 18 February 2014 15:58
Volcanic Potential of Mount Hood

Mount Hood, in the Oregon Cascades doesn't have an explosive history but that could all change quickly, sending mountain bikers, trail runners and skiers "racing," geologically speaking, for shelter.

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