39 years, Russia
From 9-12 June, 2018 the XVIII Red Fox Adventure Race will take place in Karelia. More than 500 professional athletes should conquer 395-km distance in non-stop regime.
The largest annual Adventure Race in Russia will take place in the picturesque Leningrad Region, the Karelian Isthmus on the banks of Vuoksi river. The Red Fox Adventure Race has been held by the Red Fox company annually since 2003. Polartec has supported the race since 2009.
Last year the Red Fox Adventure Race was host to the 2017 Adventure Racing European Championship (AREC2017). The RFAR series celebrates 15 years of adventure racing this year!
Russia, the Karelia isthmus, Vuoksi river.
The Red Fox Adventure Race powered by Polartec® is scheduled as part of the AREuroseries calendar for the seventh time. In addition this year’s competition will be a preparatory stage for the 2018 Adventure Race European Championship held during the Raidaran Expedition Adventure Race 2018 from 1st to 7th of July in Spain. The winning team will receive special discounts for AREC2018!
More than 500 professional athletes, including the strongest Russian and international orienteering sportsmen, cyclers and adventure seekers, will challenge themselves in the most extreme Russian race every year.The best multisport teams from different countries participate at the Red Fox Adventure Race, including Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Finland, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, and the USA.
Race format: non-stop
Race distance: 395 km
48-hour "long" course for teams of 2 or 4 racers
24-hour "short" course for teams of 2 or 4 racers
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