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Tri-Adventure Trail – A 2 hour Adventure Racing Taster – £20 – Solo entries

A 2 hour time limit to navigate around 15 available checkpoints for £20 (£25 on the day)

The Tri-Adventure Trail is a taster. Come and run for 2 hours, collecting as many as possible of the 15 check points available.

The Trail will start along with the other events.  You will receive a marked map and dibber.  Minimum age to enter alone is 16.  Under 16, see below.

Date: Next event – Shere, Sunday 18th September

Time: Registration opens at 08:30am.

  • Start at 10am
  • Visit the registration desk to collect your marked map and SPORTident dibber.
  • The event is 2 hour long.
  • Using your map, navigate to as many checkpoints as possible, and cover as much distance as you can within the 2 hours limit.
  • There is a maximum of 15 checkpoints that can be visited in any order.
  • Each checkpoint is worth 10 points.
  • Competitors will incur a penalty of 1 point for every 30 seconds they are late back.
  • After the event, download your dibber at the registration desk, collect your statistics and check the instant results service, while enjoying a cup of tea/coffee and a cake.

Young Adventures – We like to encourage young Tri-Adventures to take part in our 2 hour events.  At the moment we allow 8-16 year old to take part with an accompanying, responsible, fee paying adult.  A waiver form will be signed by the adult at registration.  The option of an additional map and hire of a dibber will cost £5 on the day.  Please enter the adult as normal then a drop us an email.

Series Calculations – When the event is part of a series, the competitors score is calculated on a percentage of the winning score at the same event. The resulting percentage from each event is then culminated across the Series.  A minimum of 2 events in the series must be entered to qualify, this highest total percentages wins.

Why is it done in this way?  Well, if one event is a wash out with really sticky mud, the winner may only visit 10CPs and therefore be awarded 100%.  Someone who collects 5CPs at the same event will achieve 50%, etc.  If the next event is dry and fast, the winner may visit all 15CPs and be awarded 100%.  Someone who only visits 10CPs will be awarded 66%.  10CPs at a dry event could be far easier that on a wet day.  This makes for a fair calculation over all the events in the series.  Entering all the events will be a significant advantage over someone who misses one as all events count in the total.

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