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Got a team for the Great Adventure Race to Cure Kids?

07 Feb 13

Got the team together for the Great Adventure Race to Cure Kids?

Great, now’s the time to front up for the training day, which is being held this Sunday, February 10.

The training will be held at Camp Adair in Auckland’s Hunua Ranges and Cure Kids recommend all racers, whether new or returning attend.

The training session is mandatory for anyone new to the event and ‘a worthy refresher’ for those returning, providing know-how on succeeding in the event.

The full day seminar includes training and race preparation along with information on map reading and compass work, route planning and risk management.

Those wanting to attend should rsvp to

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