REV3\Mountain Khakis Adventure Racing Team 2014

REV3 Adventure is currently looking for 1 male and 2 females to be part of our local Adventure Racing team based out of Northern Virginia. All team members receive a racing kit including bike shorts, bike jersey, team jacket, and summer racing shirt. They will also receive 50% off all REV3 Adventure races and sponsor gear from Mountain Khakis and Power Bar. Our local racers will be considered ambassadors of the REV3 Adventure brand and assist with team training sessions, race course design, race-day support, and writing race reports for posting on Facebook and our team blog.
Contact: mike at rev3adventure.com

David Ashley – Captain

Merritt Island, FL

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The Commander of the 5th Space Launch Squadron at Cape Canaveral Air Station, Florida. Responsible for the safe and successful launch of Department of Defense, NASA, and commercial satellites into space with the Atlas V and Delta IV rockets.

Why Adventure Racing?

I enjoy the outdoors and visiting parks around the country and around the world. I also enjoy trail running and mountain biking. Adventure racing joins many of my hobbies into a single event, and allows me to share it with some fantastic friends or challenge myself and go out alone into the wilderness. Paddling…well, that part of the race I look forward to ending as fast as possible!

. 2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2014 Sea 2 Sea 3.5 Day
2013 REV3 Cowboy Tough
2013 Wild & Wonderful
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2013 Swamp Fox
2013 South River
2013 Sea 2 Sea AR
2012 Checkpoint Tracker Nationals
2012 Skunk Ape 24-hr
2012 Night Crawler
2012 Missing River 8-hr
2012 Nocatee 12 hr
2012 Rev3 Epic
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National Team

Mark Harris

Front Royal, VA

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Hailing from the mountains of South Wales Mark has always had a passion for the outdoors and the recreation that it can provide. Growing up in an outdoor education center ingrained mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, and other outdoor pursuits into Mark’s body and soul. Mark’s says “I have always had a passion for outdoor sports, want to maintain a level of fitness and have fun.

Why Adventure Racing?

It is 2am, the mist is low making is hard to see further than 100 yards and your cloths are damp to the touch. No one else but your teammates are around and the long unified beam of light cast by your head lights bouncing off the section of woods that it illuminates is the only thing you can see anyway. You feel hungry, the thought of eating is nauseating but you know a necessity.  The trail mix congeals in your mouth and you sip some water to help wash it down and give the extra bit of energy you need.

. 2012 Checkpoint Tracker Nationals
2012 Odyssey Wild Wonderful
2012 Adrenaline Rush
2011 Rocky Gap AR
2011 The Fig
2011 Lionheart
2010 USARA Nationals
2010 Lionheart
2010 Sheltowee Extreme
2010 Odyssey Wild Wonderful
2009 VentureQuest
2009 Rocky Gap
2009 Krista Griesaker
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Local Team

Dennis Azato – Captain

Manassas, VA

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I started Adventure Racing because I was looking for a new challenge in my life. I spent years pushing the limits in sports like mountain biking, climbing, running and white water kayaking, and I knew that AR could bring all these elements together. Once I did my first race I was hooked, and it continues to deliver the adrenaline fix I need.

Why Adventure Racing?

Everyone has their release, the things they like to do to take the edge off. Adventure Racing is just that for me. It’s my fix, without it I’d go crazy!

. 2012 USARA Nationals
2012 Adrenaline Rush
2011 Linoheart
2011 Odyssey Efix
2011 Rev3 Epic
2010 Lycian Challenge (Turkey)
2010 Florida Coast to Coast
2010 Fat Otter AR
2009 Rev Frozen Foot Challenge
2009 Odyssey One Day
2009 Cradle Of Liberty
2009 Rocky Gap
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National Team

Greg Voelkel

Pensacola, FL

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Greg is an Air Force instructor pilot who currently lives on the beaches of Florida’s gulf coast. Whether flying F-15s, skiing a 14k peak in Colorado, or his typical bike commute to work, Greg is always planning his next adrenaline rush. Unfortunately for his students new to flying, that often means losing their lunch.

Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 Wild & Wonderful
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2013 Swamp Fox
2013 Sea 2 Sea AR
2012 Checkpoint Tracker Nationals
2012 Odyssey Wild Wonderful
2012 REV3 Epic
2010 Black Beard
2010 Sproute Adventure Race
2010 Yough Xtreme Adventure Race
2010 Odyssey Wild Wonderful
2009 Marine Corps Marathon
2009 Tucson Half Marathon
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National Team

Ernie Lawas

Simsbury, CT

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Ernie Lawas began his “adventure” career from humble beginnings as an avid rock and ice climber and mountain biker then branching into endurance sports via triathlons. The draw of a “thinking man’s” race and the element of the “unknown” along with the team nature of the
sport inspired him to begin adventure racing. Racing on a two-man team for the first few years led to his joining his current team, with which he as raced for the past 4 years.

Why Adventure Racing?

Driven to find the limits of the human body and spirit has been a key factor in his choice to go faster, harder and longer in this sport.

. 2012 USARA Nationals
2012 The Shag
2012 REV3 Epic
2011 NYARA: The Longest Day
2011 Odyssey: Endorphin Fix
2011 Equinox Traverse
2011 Rev3 Epic
2010 Yough Xtreme
2010 Odyssey: Endorphin Fix
2010 MVP Health Care Frigid Infliction
2009 AR Worlds Championship Portugal
2009 Untamed New England
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National Team

Aaron Courain

Hopatcong, NJ

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My first adventure race was a 6 hour sprint at Allamuchy in NJ in 2007.  I had wanted to try adventure racing since watching the Eco-Challenge on the Discovery Channel in the 5th grade.  After that first race, while racing with my brother John, we started doing 24 hour events, and dabbling in mountain bike racing, cyclocross and triathlons. My day job is a finite element analysis engineer for aerospace castings, and when I’m not racing or working, I’m enjoying the outdoors relative to whatever season is current.

Why Adventure Racing?

It’s so appealing to me because it involves so much more than just speed on a mountain bike, or speed on foot. It takes great amounts of endurance in body and mind, a tolerance for pain and misery, an ability to make decisions while utterly exhausted, and exposes you to courses which go far beyond taped off trails. A 24 hour AR packs into one day what most people can’t accomplish in a week.

. 2012 REV3 Frozen Foot Challenge
2012 Lionheart
2012 REV3 Epic
2011 ECAR Championship (2 man)
2011 GOALS Cradle of Liberty (2 man)
2011 NYARA Longest Day (2 man)
2011 NYARA Shag (2 Man)
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National Team

John Courain

Morristown, NJ

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I was a rower in high school and went on to row at Rutgers University on the varsity squad there for four years.  I learned everything I know about training from my years as a rower and its really translated well in adventure racing.  I found out about AR while watching a special on Discovery Channel about the ECO Challenge back in high school.  I watched that every night for 5 days while the series was running and after that I knew what I was going to be doing when rowing at the college level came to a close.

Why Adventure Racing?

I started with a 6 hour race with my brother and I at one of the NYARA events in Jersey and that was it… hooked for life.

. 2012 REV3 Epic
2011 ECAR Championship (2 man)
2011 GOALS Cradle of Liberty (2 man)
2011 NYARA Longest Day (2 man)
2011 NYARA Shag (2 Man)
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National Team

Emily McDonald

Arlington, VA

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Emily is a Cat 1 mountain bike racer who grew up camping, hiking and exploring from coast to coast. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina where she majored in Marine Science and was an active member of the university’s cycling and mountaineering and whitewater clubs.  Whether it be tackling a 100-mile mountain bike race in the Shenandoah Mountains, diving with whale sharks off the Yucatan or skiing Utah’s famous powder, Emily is always up for any adventure that comes her way.

Why Adventure Racing?

Why not? After racing the local mountain bike circuit for a few years, I’m excited to take on a new challenge and push my limits. I love being outside, cycling and running with friends and am not afraid to get dirty, so adventure racing sounded like the perfect fit for me. Adventure racing  combines problem-solving with athleticism, which is something you don’t find in in other races and something I’m stoked to embark on this coming season!

. 2013 REV3 Cowboy Tough
2013 Wild & Wonderful
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2012 REV3 Frozenfoot Challenge
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National Team

Britt Mason

Bloomington,IL

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I live in Bloomington, IL, and am a firefighter for the Champaign Fire Dept (home of the University of Illinois.) I grew up playing lots of sports, including softball, cross country, basketball, soccer, swimming, and track. I went to college at Western Illinois University, where I majored in Exercise Science and played softball. I am an avid CrossFitter, and I have started getting into adventure racing and orienteering the last couple years.

Why Adventure Racing?

For me, adventure racing is all about discovering new places and testing my mental and physical limits. When you combine all of the disciplines of ARs into a race, you can create this incredible team atmosphere unlike any other sport I’ve competed in. I’m hooked for life.

. 2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2014 Sea 2 Sea 3.5 Day
2013 REV3 Cowboy Tough
2013 Wild & Wonderful
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2013 Lighting Strikes
2013 Swamp Fox
2013 Sea 2 Sea AR
2012 Green Ridge 12 hour
2012 REV3 Epic
2012 Lighting Strikes
2011 The Fig (2 person team)
2011 Castlewood
2011 BSA Physically Strong Challenge
2010 Castlewood
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National Team

David O’Rear

Dahlonega, GA

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I’m originally from Atlanta and after spending 22 years as a US Army Ranger, I now make my home in the Northeast Georgia Mountains.  For the past 8 years I’ve worked for the Rangers as a civilian training specialist and mountaineering instructor! So you could say that even though I’m a 50 year old AR rookie, I’ve been training for AR’s my entire life. I’m an avid runner, cyclist, endurance athlete, and a fanatical single speed mountain biker!  The previous three years I was member of Trakkers/Rev3 Age Group Triathlon Team but decided I would much rather spend my days and nights in the freezing rain, mud, etc… and have made a transition to the dark side of Rev3 racing!  I look forward to a member of the AR team this year!

Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing packages some of my favorite activities together into a single grueling event and the ultimate test of one’s endurance and pain threshold.

. 2013 REV3 Cowboy Tough
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2012 Checkpoint Tracker Nationals
2012 Sheltowee Extreme
2012 Wild & Wonderful
2012 Rev3 Epic
2012 Blue Ridge Mountain
2012 Checkpoint Tracker Nationals
2012 Midnight Rush AR
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Master Team

Julie Lee

Knoxville, TN

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Julie Lee is a certified instructor with The Rush Fitness Complex in the Knoxville, Tennessee. She teaches multiple Group-X formats that include; Cycle, Swim, Pilates, Strength, Cardio and Circuit. Julie resides in Oak Ridge, TN and grew up in Marietta Georgia. She is a graduate of The University of Georgia with a degree in Environmental Health Science. While in Athens Julie raced mountain bikes at the expert level and competed in triathlon and running competitions.

Why Adventure Racing?

I enjoy mountain biking, hiking and camping with my friends and family and love anything to do with being outdoors. i am a self-proclaimed all-around outdoor enthusiast. I just completed my 1st Adventure Race in 2011 and enjoyed everything about the sport to include being outdoors, the challenge of the event, the great camaraderie of the team, and the always popular post race beer celebration.

. 2013 REV3 Cowboy Tough
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2012 Checkpoint Tracker Nationals
2012 Sheltowee Extreme
2012 Wild & Wonderful
2012 Rev3 Epic
2012 Blue Ridge Mountain
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Chris Spiller

Knoxville, TN

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Chris started adventure racing in 2004 after he was coaxed, prodded and ultimately convinced by his brother to get in shape by setting a physical goal.  Needless to say that first event was a disaster and I wound up getting lost in the woods without water for 3 hours.  8 years and 30 races later I’m still trying to find my way out of the woods.  During the week I work for The Rush Fitness in Knoxville, TN as their Human Capital Officer.

Why Adventure Racing?

I love the extreme challenge of pushing your body to the max and the camaraderie of doing something extreme with a team that relies on each member to complete the event.  I also like the fact that Adventure racing is a thinking sport that requires physical and mental skills to compete.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2012 Sheltowee Extreme
2012 Wild & Wonderful
2012 REV3 Epic
2012 Blue Ridge Mountain
2012 Rev3 Epic
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Masters Team

Chris Meewes

Leesburg, VA

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Chris started adventure racing in 2014.

Why Adventure Racing?

I love to compete and go fast.  I have always liked playing in the dirt (mud is even better).  And finally, I am a nerd/engineer at heart so combining strategy into sports is a wonderful thing.  Plus, being able to compete with and rely upon teammates adds a dynamic that is missing from many endurance sports.

. 2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
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Local Team

 Pete Cameron

Centreville, VA

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Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

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In financially supporting this fantastic organization as I participate in the 2014 Shenandoah Epic Adventure Race next weekend!

Can you match my 26-hour challenge with a $26 donation to Helping Haitian Angels?  

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 Venture Quest – Masters
2013 Delaware Adventure Race
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Masters Team

Fritz Pameijer

Hartford, CT

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Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2012 USARA Nationals
2012 The Shag
2012 Rev3 Epic
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National Team
Matt Bange Centreville, VA Races Results

Why Adventure Racing?

I have always been an outdoors type of guy.  From growing up fishing (still do a few times a week), to playing semi-pro paintball for years, rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, and ice climbing, I need to be in the outdoors and competing!  Through a friend of a friend I got an invite to run Frozen Foot O race, from then on I was hooked on endurance sports.  I love how AR and racing in general pushes me to better myself and push my limits.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2010 SPROUTE AR

2011 Soggy Bottom Boys Rogaine -
2011 Rev3 Sprint
2012 Soggy Bottom Boys Rogaine
2012 Rev3 Sprint
2012 Rev3 VaRun Triathlon
2013 Brake the Habit AR
2013 XTERRA Richmond – Sprint
2013 Adrenaline Rush 12 hour
2013 Rev3 Willowsford Mtb Race
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Alyson Courain

Hopatcong, NJ

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Why Adventure Racing?

I’ve been to countless adventure races as a spectator, and one day it clicked that I can’t watch it anymore, I need to try it.  I was warned that I’d be hooked for life.  Adventure racing is like a puzzle, and there is something really addicting about trying to be really good at putting all the pieces together.  There is way too much fun to be had when you put all the disciplines together for one event, and I really like pushing my limits to discover my capabilities.  And nothing beats a fun day exploring the outdoors!

 . 2014 Shenandoah Sprint
2013 Frozen Foot Sprint
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Local Team
Sara Goldman Arlington, VA Races Results

Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour .
Local Team

Dusty Reppuhn

Woodbridge, VA

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I’m a long distance mountain bike racer; last season I started making the switch over to AR. I’d gone as far as I could in local MTB racing, won most everything I’d entered and was just doing the same races against the same people in the same venues.

Why Adventure Racing?

Last season I entered several races of varying distances: 26-hour, 12-hour, 6-8 hour. I used what I learned to isolate the areas I needed more work in. I took some orienteering classes and went to O meets, took a whitewater and a climbing class, and got certified as a Wilderness First Responder.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2014 Sea 2 Sea 3.5 Day
2013 REV3 Cowboy Tough
2013 Wild & Wonderful
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
2013 Sea 2 Sea AR
2012 USARA Nationals
2012 Lionheart
2012 REV3 Epic
2012 Adrenaline Rush
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National Team

Scott Johnson

South Riding, VA

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Why Adventure Racing?

After many years of competing in individual focused endurance sports I was talked into trying an adventure race.  After my first cold rainy day playing in Pennsylvania countryside with a couple of friends, I was hooked.   Sealing the deal was my first 24 hour race.  A ”friend” billed the race as definitely ”doable.” I learned after the race that we were one of only three teams to officially complete the race from a field of over 50 teams.  Teamwork, pushing teammates and being pushed both mentally and physically are what like most in adventure racing.  The events make be appreciate dry clothes, a warm meal, and off course a cold beer waiting at the finish line.  Outside of racing my wife, three kids, and dog keep me grounded and out of trouble.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour .
Local Team

Joe Brautigam

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Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Sea 2 Sea 3.5 Day 1st
National Team

Jeffrey Woods

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Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Sea 2 Sea 3.5 Day 1st
National Team

Jesse Tubb

Savage, MD

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I began mountain bike racing 5 years ago and moved into endurance racing and triathlons pretty soon after.  As a child I loved to run races with my mom and dad.  I was active all throughout adolescence which ended as soon as I started college.  It wasn’t until my early 30′s that I rediscovered that part of me.  I’m now carrying on that tradition with my kids and hope they catch the flame like I did.
Why Adventure Racing?

I grew up in the mountains and have always felt at home there.  The challenge of being propelled by my own power though nature’s playground while testing my limits mentally and physically feeds me in a way nothing else can.   My first adventure race was the Epic 26 hr two years ago and I felt like I’d finally found where I belong.  Adventure racing forces me to expand the comfortable box I live in.  Soft, easy, safe, boring.  This is not the way I want to live.
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2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
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Local Team

Travis Siehndel

Washington, DC

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Ever since taking a swim in the Hudson River in 2006 for his first triathlon, Travis has been looking to the horizon for new adventures. He gives credit and occasionally blame to a great group of close friends who possess of a wacky and painful sense of ‘fun’ for pushing him to do things that fall well beyond what he had ever considered possible for himself.
For his day job, Travis is a professional heavy metal musician and can be found playing the tuba in the US Navy.

Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing began for me in 2012 at Rev3 Adventure’s Shenandoah Epic. It was supposed to be a one and done kind of thing before moving on to something else. But the excitement of navigating an unknown course and overcoming the many hurdles that are inevitably encountered when racing with heavy fatigue – like learning the hard way that I don’t know all of my navigation terms, such as “reentrant” –  has been too much of a draw. I’m looking forward to another season of getting lost in the woods!

. 2014 Cowboy Tough 3.5 Day
2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
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Chris Dobroth

Gaithersburg, MD

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Why Adventure Racing?

A mountain biker at heart, adventure racing seemed like a logical progression to me after spending much of my high school years on that fine line between “lost” and “on the right path” while exploring single track around Harrisonburg. In 2002 a friend of mine talked me into doing the 3rd Annual Western Maryland Adventure Race and I was HOOKED. While I enjoy the physical challenge of adventure racing, I think the biggest appeal is the planning and decision making. You can be the fastest team out there, but if you’re heading in the wrong direction all that speed is worthless.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
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AJ Kray

Arlington, VA

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Why Adventure Racing?

I’ve always loved the outdoors, enjoying hiking, camping, biking, paddling…anything to get outside. Adventure racing combines it all. The team aspect is awesome too, combining skills and strengths to complete some really challenging race courses. Looking forward to another great year with the Rev3 crew.

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2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
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Mary Dobroth

Gaithersburg, MD

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Why Adventure Racing?

My start into adventure racing was a Gear Junkies Treasure Hunt event in 2010 in Roanoke Virginia. I loved the freedom of blazing my own path and in an effort to fill my punch card. As an avid trail runner and mountain biker, adventure racing seems to be the perfect combination of the disciplines with a little extra planning mixed in. I enjoy racing on a team where everyone gets to contribute, instead of being limited by a single person’s weakness you become the sum of their strength!

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour .
Local Team

Ben Kunze

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

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Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
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Sheri Francis

Arlington, VA

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Why Adventure Racing?

Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Shenandoah Sprint .
Local Team

Eric Sas

Washington, DC

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Why Adventure Racing?

My first adventure race was in 2002, and I’ve been hooked ever since.  The main reason why I enjoy adventure racing is because it’s an adventure, like life!  You don’t know what is around the bend, it’s the great outdoors, you have to be prepared, you have to be versed in various types of equipment, your mind has to be able to process and overcome unforeseen challenges in real time, and your body has to be fit and capable of multiple activities.  Adventure racing is always exciting, dynamic, and fun, and so are the people that are drawn to it, which makes it that much better..

. 2014 Shenandoah Sprint .
Local Team

Rory Welch – Captain

Manassas, VA

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Why Adventure Racing?

“Rory Welch is a Colonel in the Air Force and a member of the Rev3/MK masters and local NoVA teams. He is an avid kayaker, cyclist, and runner who loves getting out in the wilderness with friends. Rory has been adventure racing for over 2 years, mainly in FL and the mid-Atlantic region.”

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour
2013 REV3 Shenandoah Epic
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Jared Goff

Manassas, VA

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Why Adventure Racing?

Why Adventure Racing?Adventure racing takes the persistence and drive required for endurance sports and combines it with teamwork, the skill of navigation and the excitement of the unknown. It is the only sport that combines all of my favorite hobbies into the perfect competition.

. 2014 Shenandoah Epic 26 hour .
Local Team