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Adventure Racing World Championships 2006 and 2007

Adventure Racing World Championships 2006 and 2007

With the finish of the PQ Adventure Race in the USA the international athletes will now focus their attention on the Adventure Racing World Championship 2006 which will take place on 16th-23rd August in Sweden and Norway.
For information go to http://www.arwc2006.com or contact info@exploresweden.se

We have also just received the first press release for the ARWC 2007 to be held in Scotland and this follows.


Also note Kiwi results in the Primal Quest held in the USA
2nd Golite /Timberland Aaron Prince / Marcel Hagener / Sara Wallen / Chris Forne Chch
aaronprin@gmail.com

3rd Merrell / Wigwam Neil Jones / Jeff Mitchell / Ian Edmond Chch
jeff.mitchell@paradise.net.nz

8th OrionHealth Wayne Ovenham / Sonja / Brent Edwards / Stuart Lynch Akld

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