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Eighth Annual Courtney Schilling Memorial 5K Run/Walk
Reston, Va.
Saturday, April 29, 2017, 8 a.m.
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March 2018

Sat 03/03/2018 Sky Meadows Tenderfoot Adventure Race Delaplane, VA (Sky Meadows State Park) 9:30 a.m. SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. You can do an adventure race! Our Tenderfoot Adventure Race is basically an off-road, all-terrain, high-octane scavenger hunt. It's perfect for beginner adventure racers and families of all ages--you can choose how far and how hard you race. And after this event, you're sure to be hooked! The Tenderfoot AR will be simple enough to learn and enjoy but challenging enough to be considered an adventure race. The morning of the race we'll give you a map with checkpoints and a list of "Rules of Travel." This gives you clues to checkpoints and tells you how you'll get to them--by trekking, paddling (when applicable, depending on the race), or mountain biking. Teams will have 3-4 hours to find as many checkpoints as possible. The highest point accumulation in the shortest amount of time will determine ranking. Once the teams have found all of the required checkpoints, they sprint back to cross the finish line. Distance: 6-20 miles (depending on route choice). We offer two "types" of Tenderfoot categories: Family and Adventure Class. The family team (with 2- or 3-person teams) must have at least one member younger than age 16 and participates in a shorter, easier version of the Adventure Class course. (It's still an achievement for teams but not meltdown inducing.) The Adventure Class (soloist or 2- or 3-person teams) offers a longer, more challenging course with a lot of optional opportunities to really have an adventure and hone those navigation and trail skills. Families will have 3 hours and Adventure Class participants will have 4 hours to complete the race. (Note: We have found that if the youngest team member is 13 or older, Adventure Class is a better choice, offering more of a challenge.)
Contact: Adventure Enablers info@adventureenablers.com

Sun 03/11/2018 Wilderness Adventure Tenderfoot Adventure Race New Castle, VA (Eagle Landing) 9:30 a.m. SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. You can do an adventure race! Our Tenderfoot Adventure Race is basically an off-road, all-terrain, high-octane scavenger hunt. It's perfect for beginner adventure racers and families of all ages--you can choose how far and how hard you race. And after this event, you're sure to be hooked! The Tenderfoot AR will be simple enough to learn and enjoy but challenging enough to be considered an adventure race. ​ The morning of the race we'll give you a map with checkpoints and a list of "Rules of Travel." This gives you clues to checkpoints and tells you how you'll get to them--by trekking, paddling (when applicable, depending on the race), or mountain biking. Teams will have 3-4 hours to find as many checkpoints as possible. The highest point accumulation in the shortest amount of time will determine ranking. Once the teams have found all of the required checkpoints, they sprint back to cross the finish line. Distance: 6-20 miles (depending on route choice). We offer two "types" of Tenderfoot categories: Family and Adventure Class. The family team (with 2- or 3-person teams) must have at least one member younger than age 16 and participates in a shorter, easier version of the Adventure Class course. (It's still an achievement for teams but not meltdown inducing.) The Adventure Class (soloist or 2- or 3-person teams) offers a longer, more challenging course with a lot of optional opportunities to really have an adventure and hone those navigation and trail skills. Families will have 3 hours and Adventure Class participants will have 4 hours to complete the race. (Note: We have found that if the youngest team member is 13 or older, Adventure Class is a better choice, offering more of a challenge.)
Contact: Adventure Enablers info@adventureenablers.com

Sun 03/25/2018 Tune Up Triathlon Manassas, VA (Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Ctr) 8:45 a.m. This is a ‘twist’ on the traditional order of events, designed to allow you to get an early-season triathlon fix regardless of the weather! With short distances and a pool swim, the Tune Up Tri is the perfect start to your triathlon season. Categories include: triathlon, duathlon, aquabike, tri-relay teams ages 10 through adult. CHECK WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS - 2018 info incomplete on 12-1-17. Events: Triathlon: Run 1.5 miles - Bike 4 miles - Swim 250 yards Duathlon: Run 1.5 miles - Bike 4 miles - Run 1.5 miles Aquabike: Bike 4 miles - Swim 250 yards Tri Relay: 2 or 3 person teams with each person completing 1 or 2 legs of the triathlon All distances are approximate. See website for full details.
Contact: Tri It Now 703-637-0370 info@triitnow.com

Sun 03/25/2018 OBXDUO - A Run/Bike Event Corolla, NC (The Whalehead Club) 8:00 a.m. The 5th annual Outer Banks Duathlon - a Run Bike Run Event - 5K Run/28 Mile Bike/5K Run. See website for complete details. We’ve got a new and challenging course for you this year in Corolla. A great catered post race party and unique Finisher Awards for all participants. This is an event for all ages and skill levels. The run course takes you through the historic villages of Corolla, and is set-up against a challenging and fast double loop 28 mile ride through Northern Corolla which includes the historic Currituck Lighthouse and Whalehead club. See the newly posted course maps for more details.
Contact: OBX Running - Matt Costa 252-489-8239 racedirector@theobxrunningcompany.com

Sun 03/25/2018 Conway Robinson Tenderfoot Adventure Race Gainesville, VA (Conway Robinson State Forest) 9:30 a.m. SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. You can do an adventure race! Our Tenderfoot Adventure Race is basically an off-road, all-terrain, high-octane scavenger hunt. It's perfect for beginner adventure racers and families of all ages--you can choose how far and how hard you race. And after this event, you're sure to be hooked! The Tenderfoot AR will be simple enough to learn and enjoy but challenging enough to be considered an adventure race. The morning of the race we'll give you a map with checkpoints and a list of "Rules of Travel." This gives you clues to checkpoints and tells you how you'll get to them--by trekking, paddling (when applicable, depending on the race), or mountain biking. Teams will have 3-4 hours to find as many checkpoints as possible. The highest point accumulation in the shortest amount of time will determine ranking. Once the teams have found all of the required checkpoints, they sprint back to cross the finish line. Distance: 6-20 miles (depending on route choice). We offer two "types" of Tenderfoot categories: Family and Adventure Class. The family team (with 2- or 3-person teams) must have at least one member younger than age 16 and participates in a shorter, easier version of the Adventure Class course. (It's still an achievement for teams but not meltdown inducing.) The Adventure Class (soloist or 2- or 3-person teams) offers a longer, more challenging course with a lot of optional opportunities to really have an adventure and hone those navigation and trail skills. Families will have 3 hours and Adventure Class participants will have 4 hours to complete the race. (Note: We have found that if the youngest team member is 13 or older, Adventure Class is a better choice, offering more of a challenge.)
Contact: Adventure Enablers info@adventureenablers.com

 
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