Effingham Adventure Race @ King George V Hall, Surrey, United Kingdom on 15 April 2018

Race Info & Description

Race Information:

  • Event Name: Effingham Adventure Race
  • Date: 15 April 2018
  • Start Time: 10:00 am
  • Venue: King George V Hall, Brown's Lane
  • Organised By: Tri-Adventure
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? Yes
  • Has Water Stations? Yes - One Water station
  • Has Prizes / Awards? Yes - Has Awards or Prizes

Race Description

Trail Adventure Event – £23, £27 OTD
Trail Run only, using a 1:25k waterproof map, plan your route and navigate to as many checkpoints as possible in 2 hours. Enter more than 2 weeks before and pay £20. Minimum age to take part is 8 accompanied or 16 unaccompanied.
Canicross runners are most welcome – dogs go for free!
The nature of Adventure Racing is that anyone of any age and fitness can take part, from the very beginner to the ultra racer. You plan and run your own race, although there are prizes for the ones who collect the most points in each category.
You plan your own strategy and route, deciding how many CPs you want to visit and in what order. You will lose 1 point for each 30s you are late coming back. All checkpoints are worth 10 points each. Distance covered depends on how many checkpoints are visited. Distance covered can be anything from 8km to around 16+km, and depends entirely on your level of fitness, as well as your running and map reading skills.
Registration opens at 8.30am to give competitors time to collect their maps and to plan their strategy and routes.

Sprint Adventure Event – £25, £30 OTD
2 hours, using a 1:25k waterproof map, plan your route and navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time. Starting on foot, there will be one transition to Mountain Bikes. Enter more than 2 weeks before and pay £22. Minimum age to take part is 8 accompanied or 16 unaccompanied.
The nature of Adventure Racing is that anyone of any age and fitness can take part, from the very beginner to the ultra racer. You plan and run your own race, although there are prizes for the ones who collect the most points in each category.
You plan your own strategy and route, deciding how many CPs you want to visit and in what order. You will lose 1 point for each 30s you are late coming back. All checkpoints are worth 10 points each. Distance covered depends on how many checkpoints are visited. Distance covered can be anything from 20km to around 30+km, and depends entirely on your level of fitness, as well as your running/MTB and map reading skills.
Registration opens at 8.30am to give competitors time to collect their maps and to plan their strategy and routes.

Challenge Adventure Event £40, £45 OTD
5 hours, using a 1:25k waterproof map (Run) and a 1:50k waterproof map (MTB), plan your route and navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time. Starting either on foot or bike, there will be one transition. Enter more than 2 weeks before and pay £35.
You plan your own strategy and route, deciding how many CPs you want to visit and in what order. You will lose 1 point for each 30s you are late coming back for the first 5 minutes, then 2 points every 30s thereafter. Checkpoints are worth between 0 points and 35 points each. Distance covered depends on how many checkpoints are visited. Distance covered can be anything from 25km to around 50+km, and depends entirely on your level of fitness, as well as your running/MTB and map reading skills. Minimum age to take part is 16.
Registration opens at 8.30am to give competitors time to collect their maps and to plan their strategy and routes. We also offer a flexible start time for those who want to get off earlier than 10am. For these racers, registration opens at 7.30am, and they can set off at any time after 8.30am.

MTBO Adventure Event – £25, £30 OTD – 2 hour Off road MTB only, using a 1:25k water-proof map, plan your route and navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time. Enter more than 2 weeks before and pay £20. Minimum age to take part is 8 accompanied or 16 unaccompanied.
The nature of Adventure Racing is that anyone of any age and fitness can take part, from the very beginner to the ultra racer. You plan your own race, although there are prizes for the ones who collect the most points in each category.
You plan your own strategy and route, deciding how many CPs you want to visit and in what order. You will lose 1 point for each 30s you are late coming back. All checkpoints are worth 10 points each. Distance covered depends on how many checkpoints are visited. Distance covered can be anything from 20km to around 40+km, and depends entirely on your level of fitness, as well as your MTB and map reading skills.
Registration opens at 8.30am to give competitors time to collect their maps and to plan their strategy and routes.

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