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FAQ

No, simply enter to be part of history.  You will however need to enter for the races you chose to compete in via the the race directors web page provided on our "Races" page.

points

Adventure 1's points system allocates points to teams for their chosen category as well as their overall performance.  This is then linked to allocate points to the teams individual athletes as part of the A1 Club ranking and award system.

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Footnotes:

  1. The overall teams points and ranking system ensures teams are recognised for their efforts in staying together, even if they can’t field a team in their chosen category. The premier mixed teams category rankings remains the prestigeous rankings to determine the A1 Series Champion.
  2. Half course race formats must be >24hrs in order to qualify for series points (X-Marathon half for example).
  3. 2-person race formats must be > 24hrs to be recognised for A1 Club Points and membership (WildsideAR17).
    Note members of 2-person format teams get A1 Club Individual profiles and points, but their team is not officially recognised in the A1 Series.

Rules

  1. Races must involve a mix of disciplines including (as a minimum) trekking, kayaking, mountain biking, and navigation.
  2. A team may enter the series in one of the following categories: Premier Mixed, All Male, All Female, Masters (combined age 190 years+), Youth (combined age <= 110 years).
  3. Teams may draw from a pool of up to 7 team members throughout the series. A team member nominated at the start of the season, who doesn’t end up racing does not count towards the teams total of 7.
  4. For a team to accumulate points towards the Adventure 1 series and to maintain an Adventure 1 ranking it must abide by the rules outlined for each sanctioned race (each race will have their own special rules) and use only your nominated team members throughout the Adventure 1 Series.
  5. In the event of a season tie break, the team with the highest placed race results wins (most firsts, then most seconds etc). If still tied, then whichever team has the best head to head. If still tied then the lowest total time across all 4 races wins.