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The sport of adventure racing is difficult to define. No two races are the same. Some take five days, or more, to complete. Some less than a day. Some are tackl…

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I DON'T KNOW whether it is serendipity or stupidity that causes my crash, but either way, the spot where I lose concentration long enough to fly over the handle…

Adventure

Australians love a body-bash in the surf. In January, during the world's biggest annual ocean race - the Lorne Pier-to-Pub - Hayden Cotter, an unknown Sunshine…

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HAVE YOU HEARD THE ONE about grown men screaming in white pain after thrashing their way through a forest full of the world's most poisonous foliage, their 'bur…

Adventure

The Track is a ferocious 500km-plus foot race from the outskirts of Alice Springs to Uluru claiming to be the toughest trail run in the world. THE DESERT OAK IS…

Adventure

Seagate captain Nathan Fa'avae reveals how it feels to lose grip of a world title. AFTER LEADING THE XPD in Tasmania - one of the most brutal adventure races th…

Adventure

Team AG Outdoor relive the pain and excitement of the 2011 XPD World Champs in Tassie. AS I COLLAPSE INTO an old, sagging lounge chair at Port Villa's Internati…

Adventure

A race that tests skill and stamina in the unpredictable island seas of the Whitsundays. THERE ARE FEW THINGS more satisfying than flying into tropical sunny Qu…

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Racing in a pool is all about streamlining your shape in the water, maintaining stroke efficiency and then, during the race, metronomic rehashing of strategy le…

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No time for a pilgrimage to Moab or Whistler? Check out these five epic MTB parks within a coo-ee of Melbourne and Sydney. When people think of a mountain biker…

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With zero bike tech knowledge and just a big dream, Henry Brydon set off on an epic cycling adventure, learning a thing or two along the way. In 2010 I quit my…

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YOU KNOW AN adventure sport is booming when it makes the New York Times. This year, the newspaper featured first the king – Spaniard Kilian Jornet – and then th…

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Lace up your hiking boots and shoulder your pack for these guided walks through our breathtaking southern State. Ask any Tassie local and they'll eagerly tell y…

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THERE ARE FEW hard and fast distinctions between what has traditionally been referred to as cycle touring and what is now being referred to as bikepacking. Both…

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THERE'S NO SINGLE perfect solution to bush accommodation – there are so many variables affecting your choice; destination, numbers camping (family or single/dou…