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Squiggy Classic adventure race Reschedule date.
« on: March 20, 2010, 01:11:36 PM »
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Many of you know that the Squiggy Classic events March 13-14 were cancelled.  The adventure race has been rescheduled for April 10.  There is also now going to be a Multisport Race -- a marked course!  The parks will remain open to the public this day. Please come out and support the parks!
 
April 10
Squiggy Adventure and Multisport
Races, MorrisBridgePark
Now FOUR courses to choose from!!

Spend a few hours running beautiful trails, riding single-track bike trails and dirt roads, canoeing the Hillsborough River, navigating with map and compass, and other special challenges in a competitive adventure! Get ready for one of four races – pick the course that is best for you and your family!
 
Squiggy Quest is an off-road multisport race for those that want to push the limits of speed on a marked course. This race is for soloists only and includes river paddling, trail running and mountain biking.
 

Squiggy Classic offers 6-7 hours of challenges unique to the race location: both the “favorite trails” of the park, as well as places seldom visited! Soloists and teams of two or three can expect great challenges and great fun! The course will be primarily UNMARKED where participants will navigate with map and compass.
 
Squiggy Dash is a 2-3 hour adventure--biking, running, and paddling--on a marked course--but be prepared to use your map and compass for a challenge or two. This race is great for beginners.  It is comparable to the cancelled “Croom Quickie” but with a little more adventure.
 
Squiggy Junior is a kid's adventure race that includes all of the challenges of our other races in a 25-35-minute, kid-friendly format. Parents can even race with their kids!
 

 

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