The Rivette QUESTars Adventure Race Series
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Mon 17th Jul 2017 | Read all about the Chilterns Race

How many teams visited all the run/bike/kayak checkpoints? Who was fastest? How many kilometres did they cover? Who had a close call by finishing dead on the hour with not even one second to spare?

Read the race report to find out all these things plus everything else that went on at the 2017 Chilterns adventure race.

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Fri 7th Jul 2017 | Family League Table Updated

The Family League Table has been updated with the results from the 2017 Chilterns adventure race - see the current Family League Table

There is no change at the top but there are lots of new additions with Andrew Woodhouse & Sarah Burgess the highest of these in 12th place.

Also congratulations to the biggest improvers Elaine Clarke & Kevin Feeney who added 137 points to their score.

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Thu 6th Jul 2017 | Series Leaderboard Updated after Race 3

The Series Leaderboard has been updated with the results from the 2017 Chilterns adventure race - see the top 100

Congratulations to the men's team of James Bennett and Scott Heys who maintain their position at the top of the table and to the many people who have improved their position since the last race - a special mention goes to Belinda Tull who climbed the most places (302) to make it into the top 100!

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Tue 4th Jul 2017 | Chilterns Race Photos Added to Website

Photos taken on Saturday of participants in action during the 2017 Chilterns adventure race have been added to the Event Gallery.

Look at the Race Photos to see those teams captured in action kayaking on the canal and mountain biking up on the Chiltern Hills, together with all the other goings on.

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Sun 2nd Jul 2017 | The Chilterns Race Results

Congratulations to Campbell Walsh who visited all but one checkpoint to win the 2017 Chilterns adventure race with an amazing score of 980 pts, and also to Helen Chapman, the ladies class winner, who scored 840 pts to finish an impressive 4th overall.

Well done to everyone that took part, we hope you enjoyed exploring this beautiful part of the Chilterns. 

View the results to discover how you got on and to compare the routes taken by other teams.

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Wed 28th Jun 2017 | Race Numbers & Kayak Times for Saturday

The start list for the 2017 Chilterns adventure race has been added to top of the Race Day Information page, together with a suggested plan if you are not sure how to fit everything in around your kayak timeslot.

If you are taking part in this adventure race, remember to take a look at the Start List and make a note of your race number, start time window and kayak timeslot - you'll need these on Saturday!

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Mon 26th Jun 2017 | Chilterns Race Info for Participants

The final details for this Saturday's adventure race have been added to the 2017 Chilterns event page

See the Kit List for advice on what to bring and the Race Day Information for timings & directions.

Also check out the Course Conditions for details about the terrain and trails, and read About the Race for a heads-up about the actual adventure race itself.

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Sun 25th Jun 2017 | See the Chilterns Course Recce Photos

The course planner has been out and about in the Chilterns this week undertaking a final recce of the course area and checkpoint locations.

If you are taking part in the next adventure race you can see all the photos from the recent course recces to get an idea of what the terrain and current trail conditions are like.

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Wed 21st Jun 2017 | New Event Base for Chilterns Race

Despite booking Tring Rugby Club back in September last year, we were recently informed of circumstances beyond our control that meant it would not be possible for us to use this venue on Saturday 01 July.

We have been working hard to find an alternative venue but as I’m sure you can imagine finding another suitable venue with availability at such short notice has not been that easy. However, we are pleased to say we have been able to do just that and the details of the event base have been updated accordingly on the event page.

We apologise for this late change and hope that it doesn’t cause you too much inconvenience. If you were planning on travelling by train: Tring is still the closest railway station and the new event base is 2.5 miles from Tring railway station - a flat 12 minute ride by bike on roads.

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Thu 15th Jun 2017 | Chilterns Adventure Race Almost Full

Nearly all the kayak places for the 2017 Chilterns adventure race have now been taken up.

There are just a handful of kayak places left. Get your entry in quick if you want one of these - enter online now

Already entered? Please check your entry to make sure it is correct and up to date as it may not be possible to make changes to entries after all the kayak places have been filled. Team leaders can check their entry details by using their email address to log in here.

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