Please Support our Clinic Sponsors!

$35 registration includes clinic, maps, UTM plotter, lunch, and raffle entries for a gift certificate from Ultimate Fit, a copy of the book Squiggly Lines, and  one Free Entry into the 2018 No Sleep Adventure 8HR Race June 16!

Topics Covered

  • Gear Choices
  • Nutrition
  • Land Navigation (Map & Compass)
  • ​Pace Counting
  • Mountain Biking
  • Paddling
  • Team Dynamics
  • Leadership

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​Space limited to 40 participants.

Learn about the growing sport of Adventure Racing during a full-day introductory clinic hosted by No Sleep Adventures!  This beginner-oriented clinic will be led by regional race directors and experienced adventure racers. We’ll discuss the various aspects of the sport and what you need to know to get started. Skills learned will give anyone interested in trying adventure racing the basic fundamentals and knowledge to compete. Informative sessions, paired with land navigation and map & compass skills, will be put to the test in the afternoon with a volunteer-led small group orienteering experience in the woods and hills around the USI Campus.

Presenters

Location

Mad Athlete Website

April 14, 2018 - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Introduction to Adventure Racing Clinic

What is Adventure Racing?
Adventure Racing is a multi-disciplinary team sport involving navigation over an unmarked wilderness course with races extending anywhere from two hours up to two weeks in length. The principle disciplines in adventure racing include trekking, mountain biking, and paddling, although races can incorporate a multitude of other disciplines including climbing, abseiling, horse riding, skiing and white water rafting. Teams generally vary in gender mix and in size, from two to five competitors, however the premier format is considered to be mixed-gender (or coed) teams of four racers. Some races offer solo competition as well.

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