Questars Adventure Races
Welcome to Questars - The Adventure Race Series
Events in the Questars Adventure Race Series involve trail running, mountain biking and an optional kayaking stage.
Questars bring you the very best of adrenalin filled adventure racing, in some of the most spectacular UK locations. Questars appeal to everyone from beginners to experienced adventure racers.
Adventure Racing is one of the fastest growing adventure sports - become a part of it, enter a team and get involved today.
Thu 23rd Oct '14 | Provisional 2015 Race Dates
We’ve starting to put the details up about our plans for the first few adventure races next year - see the 2015 Events box (upper LHS).
We will be finalising the dates and locations of all the 2015 adventure races over the next few weeks. Full race details will be up and entries open by the end of November if not before. In the meantime...
Mon 6th Oct '14 | 2015 Race Dates
We hope to be able to announce the race dates for next year by the end of October (that's what we're aiming for).
It could be sooner or it might be a bit later - it depends on how long it takes us to get the green light from all the various venues, organisations and landowners etc.
Wed 10th Sep '14 | Poole Harbour Race Photos Now Up
Most of the photos taken on Saturday during the Poole Harbour adventure race are now up in the Event Gallery.
Have a look through the photos in the 2014 Poole Harbour adventure race album to see some of the participants in action and to find out just how muddy it got at the kayak transition when the tide went out!
Photos taken at the finish will be added over the next 24 hours or so.
Mon 8th Sep '14 | Final Series Scores & Positions
Congratulations to Kris Smith who, with with a maximum score of 3000 pts, was crowned the 2014 Series champion at the Poole Harbour adventure race on Saturday. It was close behind him with just 17 series points separating 2nd to 5th places.
Sun 7th Sep '14 | Full Poole Results Now Up
A full set of results for yesterdays adventure race can now be found in the results section.
Veterans Roy Sievers & Mike Bayne claimed their first race win of the year, finishing 15 points ahead of Kevin Stephens - Kevin visited all but one of the checkpoints to earn more points than anyone but was penalised for being over 13 minutes late back and so ended up in second place overall.
Do look at the results to see how you got on, how others did, what checkpoints they visited and in what order.