GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race NZSSARC

2501 Middle Rd, Havelock North

The GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race is The Official New Zealand Secondary School Adventure Racing Championships and the New Zealand Youth Adventure Challenge. Competitors will complete a course involving up to 10 different adventure activities for 12 hours nonstop.

The race is coordinated on behalf of the New Zealand Secondary Schools Sports Council and Multisport NZ by David Tait, who created the event in 2006. It is an authentic adventure race with the core disciplines consisting of mountain biking, walking/running, kayaking, rope skills and navigation.
The teams of four will face both physical and mental challenges while covering a picturesque course designed by experienced adventure racers.

The 2018 event is limited to 40 NZSSARC teams and 10 GO-4-12 teams. This makes it the largest event of its kind in New Zealand if not the world. This is truly an event that is fast growing to be one of the most significant youth sports events in New Zealand.

What is GO-4-12?
The GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race is The Official New Zealand Secondary School Adventure Racing Championships and the New Zealand Youth Adventure Challenge.

It is an authentic adventure race with the core disciplines consisting of mountain biking, walking/running and navigation and may include rope skills and tube rafting/kayaking.

The race is 12 hours in duration, starting and finishing in a secret location and the teams of four will face both physical and mental challenges while covering a picturesque course designed by experienced adventure racers. It is a points race, the teams try to collect as many points as possible in the 12 hours.

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When

Fri 13th Apr 2018, 4:00pm

Sat 14th Apr 2018, 6:00am

Sun 15th Apr 2018, 9:00am

Where

Camp David Adventure Centre, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

2501 Middle Rd, Havelock North