Wyaralong Dam Start Sites

Adventuregaine Update

After a very successful day meeting with land managers and scoping out sections of the Rogue12 course earlier this week, I’m more excited about this race than ever. The area is purpose built for a multisport rogaine with scenic paddling, an intricate single track and trail network for biking as well as an excellent area […]

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The Rogue Adventuregaine Returns!

We’re excited to announce the return of the Rogue Adventuregaine, set for the 28th of April, 2012. Permits and land access for this event have been a long time coming, but it looks like the event should now be a green light. Although we will be sporting an all new 6hr or 12hr option format, […]

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Rescued Boat

South Pine Whitewater Paddling

by Craig Edwards. What do you do when it has been raining consistently for quite a while and you have been stuck inside going crazy? – grab a white-water boat, some mates, and head to a swollen creek of course!!! Which is exactly what we did on the weekend. After hearing glowing reports of the […]

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Samurai Sportswear

Rogue Welcome Samurai Sportswear

Team Rogue are excited to annoucne a new sponsored partnership with Samurai Sportswear. Samurai Sportswear specialise in customised multisport team uniforms, with an almost infinite range of design options in performance fabrics, enabling them to create a unique identity for any team. They’ve certainly come to the table in support of team Rogue, ensuring in […]

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Orion Health

What’s To A Name?

The very nature of adventure racing as a sport means that the composition of teams – that is, their team members, sponsors and team names – are very fluid. The physically demanding nature of AR, coupled with the high costs of travel and inherent challenges of just making it to the start line of an […]

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Adventure Junkie

Adventure Junkie Up The Ante

Exciting news on the Adventure Racing front with a whole swag of new races entering the 2012 calendar courtesy of the relatively new events company Adventure Junkie. Staging races in and around the Melbourne area, Adventure Junkie ran both an 8hr and a 24hr adventure race in 2011. According the Adventure Junkie Website, these races […]

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A Changing of the Guard

Some exciting news on the Queensland Adventure Racing scene to be announced recently is the hand over of the City Raid and Hells Bells 24hr Adventure Race series from Geocentric to the all new adventure events company Dare You Adventure. Dare You Adventure are headed up, in part, by team Rogue”s friend Robbie Andrews from […]

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Liam Knee Bursitis

Prepateller Bursitis a.k.a. An $820 Knock on the Knee

Injuries suck. I guess that is a statement of the obvious, but for me, they are probably the most frustrating aspect of adventure racing. Not so much for the pain they cause, but the time lost during recovery which could be spent running and riding around in the bush. Over the past few years, I’ve […]

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Begin Countdown…

Was just doing a quick check in at the Godzone Adventure Race website this morning when I realised it is now officially 100 days until the race starts. Time to start ramping up the training I guess. Anyone keen for a New Years Day ride?  

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2011 XPD Teams

XPD World Champs Race Report Collection

XPD in Tasmania, doubling as the Adventure Racing World Champs, certainly lived up to it”s tag line of “as much an expedition as a race”. Much has been written about the race, so instead of adding more words to the electronic cloud that is the interwebs, here is a collection of great race reports from […]

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