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THE 2007 ARKANSAS TRIATHLON CALENDAR
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* * * 2007 Triathlon and Duathlon Races in Arkansas * * *

Saturday, February 24, 2007 : Hot Springs, Arkansas: Assault on the Spa Adventure Race
Adventure Race
Location: Start location will be announced Friday the night before the Race.
Phone: (870) 246 6686
Course Info: This event will take you out into some remote reaches of the the Ouachita Mountains and Lake Ouachita. Competitors should be prepared for Orienteering, Mountain Biking, Canoeing, some ropes, but no repelling or hard core climbing.
  • Individual and Three-person teams will navigate using a map and compass
    More: The 2006 event has been moved to February 24 2007.
    2007 Results At: dltmultisport.com -(.pdf file)
    2006 Results: No Race
    2005 Results At: dltmultisport.com
  • Sunday, March 11, 2007 ::: Hot Srings, Arkansas: DU it in the Dirt - Off-Road Duathlon
    Run Trail 2.3 miles, Mountain Bike 10 miles, Trail Run 2.3 miles
    Location: Cedar Glades, Remote Control Fly Field, Wildcat Rd
    Course Info: Cedar Glades is a very well maintained Mountain Bike Trail System, that's a total Blast! Hope to see you there.
    More: Cedar Glades trail voted #1 by the AMBCS. This exciting event is a great kick off to your multisport season.
  • There will also be a 6 and 12 Hour Mt Bike Race
    Directions To Race: See web site for maps and other detials
    2007 Results At: dltmultisport.com
    2006 Results At: dltmultisport.com (.pdf file)
  • Saturday, March 17, 2007 :: Fayetteville, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints
    Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Location: Devils Den State Park, Fayetteville, AR
    Course Info:
  • In 2007 Ozark Extreme Adventure Racing continues our sprint race series in Arkansas. With the addition of a separate Rogaine event, the sprint series will remain the same races as this past years races.
  • At each sprint race you will find our adventure sprint races where you will run, hike, bike, paddle and, in our advanced categories, navigation. New for this year we are offering a new stand alone Rogaine event.
  • Our Advanced category incorporates Navigation/ Orienteering as an additional challenge for more experienced racers. Our Sprint category is for participants who are not ready for navigating, but want to experience an adventure race, our sprint division will have a fully marked course.
  • Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Race Dates::
  • March 17, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Devils Den State Park near Fayetteville, AR
  • June 2, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Burns Park in North Little Rock, AR
  • July 7, 2007 ROGAINE Event near Little Rock, AR
  • August 25, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Lake Ouachita State Park near Hot Springs, AR
  • Registration is $75 per person for the Sprint, $85 per person for the Advanced Sprint, $35 for the ROGAINE. Participants who pre-register are automatically entered into a drawing for one of two free race entries.
  • Information is available at www.adventuresprints.com or just email us at admin@ozarkextreme.com.
    2007 Results At: adventuresprints.com
    2006 Results At: adventuresprints.com
    2005 Results At: adventuresprints.com
  • CANCELLED - Saturday April 14, 2007 ::: Alexander, Arkansas : The ArkanThaw 2007
    Swim 1500 meters, Bike 24.9 miles, Run 6.2 miles
    Location: Lake Norrell Boat Ramp, Alexander, Arkansas
    Course Info: 1.5 K swim, 40 K bike, 10 K run (Olympic Distance)
  • Swim: Point-to-point swim in a small, clean lake.
  • Bike: Little traffic on well paved roads. On really significant hill.
  • Run: Ugly. This will most likely be the hilliest 10 K you have ever run.
    2007 Results: Race Cancelled
    2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    Benton, Arkansas is Approx. 30 miles Southwest of Little Rock
  • Saturday, May 05, 2007 ::: Jonesboro, Arkansas: Mr. Trophy Triathlon
    Swim 500 yards, Bike 13 miles, Run 3 miles
    Location: Craighead Forest Park
    email: jowens@jonesboro.org
    Course Info: The swim takes place in Craighead Forest Lake. The swim is a triangle swim. The bike course is made up of mostly the Fergus Snoddy Half-Marathon course, and the run course is a loop around Craighead Forest Park.
    More: Race begins and ends in Craighead Forest Park.
    2007 Results At: TriFind.com

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 ::: Jonesboro, Arkansas: Jonesboro Kids Triathlon
    Ages 7 to 10 ::: Swim 50 yards, Bike 1 miles, Run .5 mile
    Ages 11 to 15 ::: Swim 100 yards, Bike 3 miles, Run 1 mile
    Location: Craighead Forest Park
    email: jstroud@jonesboro.org
    Course Info: Course Info: Swim is in a lake, bike is out and back with a few hills, and the run is a loop in which spectators will be able to see most of the run.
    More: This is a great course for a first kid’s triathlon.
    2007 Results At: jonesborosports.org

    Monday, May 28, 2007 ::: Hot Springs, Arkansas: Du for the Parks
    Run 2 miles, Bike 12 miles, Run 2 miles
    2007 Results At: besttimescct.com
    2006 Results At: besttimescct.com

    Saturday, June 02, 2007 ::: Arkadelphia, Arkansas: Arkadelphia Kidz Triathlon
    Distances: Varies on Age; See Website
    Location: Arkadelphia Aquatice Center, Twin Rivers Drive
    Course Info: Pool swim with wave/time trail starts, Flat and fast bike and run courses. Lots of support, Post race chow, awards, and giveaways....
    Directions: From Interstate 30 exit 73. Turn east on to pine street, Proceed to 3rd traffic light at 26th street, Turn left onto 26th street, Proceed approx 1/4 mile to next cross street and turn right into the Aquatic Center.
    2007 Results At: Click Here

    Saturday, June 02, 2007 : North Little Rock, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints
    Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Location: Cooks Landing / Burns Park
    Course Info:
  • In 2007 Ozark Extreme Adventure Racing continues our sprint race series in Arkansas. With the addition of a separate Rogaine event, the sprint series will remain the same races as this past years races.
  • At each sprint race you will find our adventure sprint races where you will run, hike, bike, paddle and, in our advanced categories, navigation. New for this year we are offering a new stand alone Rogaine event.
  • Our Advanced category incorporates Navigation/ Orienteering as an additional challenge for more experienced racers. Our Sprint category is for participants who are not ready for navigating, but want to experience an adventure race, our sprint division will have a fully marked course.
  • Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Race Dates::
  • March 17, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Devils Den State Park near Fayetteville, AR
  • June 2, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Burns Park in North Little Rock, AR
  • July 7, 2007 ROGAINE Event near Little Rock, AR
  • August 25, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Lake Ouachita State Park near Hot Springs, AR
  • Registration is $75 per person for the Sprint, $85 per person for the Advanced Sprint, $35 for the ROGAINE. Participants who pre-register are automatically entered into a drawing for one of two free race entries.
  • Information is available at www.adventuresprints.com or just email us at admin@ozarkextreme.com.
    2007 Results At: adventuresprints.com
    2006 Results At: adventuresprints.com
  • Saturday June 09, 2007 ::: Eureka Springs, Arkansas: XTERRA Eureka Springs
    Swim ½ mile, Mountain Bike 13 miles, Trail Run 5 miles
    Location: Lake Leatherwood City Park, swimming area
    Course Info: 0.5-mi swim, 13-mi mtn. bike and a 5-mi trail run
  • The swim will take place in the clear waters of Lake Leatherwood.
  • The mountain biking and trail runnning will take place on the trail within the boundaries of the park.
  • The trails which are a mixture of single and double track are semi-technical and include challenging rocky terrain, steep climbs and severeal fun and fast descents.
    2007 Results At: xterraplanet.com
    2006 Results At: onlineraceresults.com
    This race is part of the XTERRA America Tours
  • Saturday, June 23, 2007 ::: North Little Rock, Arkansas: Dawg Dayz Off-Road Triathlon - a Nissan Xterra Points Series Race
    Swim 800 yards, Mountain Bike 11 miles, Trail Run 3.5 miles
    Location: Victory Lake, Burns Park
    Register On Line At: Active.com
    Course Info: Off-Road Triathlon (The Dawg Dayz Off Road Tri is now in its 5th year.)
  • The Swim is in Victory Ski Lake.
  • The Mt Bike and Trail Run use the Scout Trail system with in Burns Park.
  • The Course offers a bit of all that Arkansas has to offer.
    More: Burns Park is a 1500 Acre park Located only minutes from the Down Town Areas of Both N. Little Rock and Little Rock. The tral systems are well established. Course will be marked for preride by Friday Mid Day.
  • Well Run well established Management.
  • Don't forget about the NORBA AMBC Mountain bike race the next day at sanme location.
  • Come on over for a Full Weekend of Off-Road Madness!!!!
    Directions To Race: Burns Park is less then 10 minutes from Downtown Little Rock AR. Take Exit 150 on Interstate 40. Follow the signs to the Race Site.
    2007 Results At: dltmultisport.com or xterraplanet.com
    2006 Results At: dltmultisport.com or xterraplanet.com
    2005 Results At: xterraplanet.com
    2004 Results At: xterraplanet.com
    2002 - 2005 Results At: dltmultisport.com
  • Saturday, June 23, 2007 ::: Fayetteville, Arkansas: Tri-Sport Kids Triathlon
    Kids Triathlon
    2007 Results At: doitsports.com

    Sunday, June 24, 2007 ::: Fayetteville, Arkansas: Ozark Valley Triathlon
    Swim 1,000 yards, Bike 19 miles, Run 4 miles
    Location: The Lake Wedington Recreation area
    Course Info: The swim will take place inside the park in the very clean and clear Wedington lake. Swim course will be point to point in the shape of an upside down V. One single transition. Bike course is 95% outside the park on lightly traveled roads with flat and rolling terrain and one fairly significant climb. The run course which is completely inside the park is a two-loop course with a very tough hill on each lap, but with the remainder of the course on rolling, partially shaded terrain.
    Directions To Race: From Fayetteville / proceed west on Hwy 16 for 10 miles to Lake Wedington Park
    2007 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 - 2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    2003 - 2006 Results At: ozarkvalleytriathlon.com - (.pdf files)
    Unique awards, goodie bags, prizes, free food, raffles, chip timing and one of the most beautiful areas of the country to compete in a race.

    Saturday, June 30, 2007 ::: North Little Rock, Arkansas: Cool Kids' Duathlon
    Ages 7 - 10 :: Run .41 miles, Bike 1.83 miles, Run .41 miles
    Ages 11-14 :: Run .80 miles, Bike 3.68 miles, Run .80 miles
    Location: Soccer Fields 9-12, Tournament Drive, Burns Park
    email: CoolKidsTri@yahoo.com
    Course Info: Run around 2 soccer fields, Bike on paved park trails. No city streets! 7-10 years old 1 run, 2 bike laps, 1 run. 11-14 years old 2 run, 4 bike, 2 run.
    More: Tri Right Corporation is applying for 501 (3)(c) non-profit status. Our mission is to promote a lifetime of healthy habits with a focus on children & families. To promote & foster amateur athletic competition. We want to host kids' & adult triathlons & duathlons and kids' camps.
    Directions: I-40 to Burns Park exit (150), go north on Championship Drive Right on Tournament Drive to soccer fields 9-12 at parking areas 3 & 4.
    2007 Results: Race Cancelled

    Sunday, July 01, 2007 ::: North Little Rock, Arkansas: Rock Du Tri Festival
    Olympic Triathlon
    Olympic Aquabike
    Sprint Triathlon
    Sprint Duathlon
    Location: Victory Lake, Tournament Drive, Burns Park
    email: CoolKidsTri@yahoo.com
    Course Info: Sprint 2 Loops Bike & Run, Olympic 4 Loops Bike & Run. Swim is flat, Bike is Hilly, Run is Flat & Shaded. Beautiful Burns Park overlooking scenic Arkansas River.
    More: Tri Right Corporation is applying for 501 (3)(c) non-profit status. Our mission is to promote a lifetime of healthy habits with a focus on children & families. To promote & foster amateur athletic competition. We want to host kids' & adult triathlons & duathlons and kids' camps.
    Directions: I-40 to Burns Park exit (150), go north on Championship Drive Right on Tournament Drive to soccer fields 9-12 at parking areas 3 & 4.
    2007 Results: Race Cancelled

    Saturday July 07, 2007 ::: Little Rock, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Rogaine Event
    Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Location: Near Little Rock.
    Course Info:
  • In 2007 Ozark Extreme Adventure Racing continues our sprint race series in Arkansas. With the addition of a separate Rogaine event, the sprint series will remain the same races as this past years races.
  • At each sprint race you will find our adventure sprint races where you will run, hike, bike, paddle and, in our advanced categories, navigation. New for this year we are offering a new stand alone Rogaine event.
  • Our Advanced category incorporates Navigation/ Orienteering as an additional challenge for more experienced racers. Our Sprint category is for participants who are not ready for navigating, but want to experience an adventure race, our sprint division will have a fully marked course.
  • Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Race Dates are:: March 17, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Devils Den State Park near Fayetteville, AR
  • June 2, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Burns Park in North Little Rock, AR
  • July 7, 2007 ROGAINE Event near Little Rock, AR
  • August 25, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Lake Ouachita State Park near Hot Springs, AR
    2007 Results: Postponed
  • Saturday, July 14, 2007 ::: Forrest City, Arkansas: Mightymite Triathlon
    Swim .03 mile, Bike 13 miles, Run 3 miles
    2007 Results At: besttimescct.com
    2006 Race Results at: besttimescct.com
    2005 Race Results at: besttimescct.com
    2004 Race Results at: besttimescct.com
    2003 Race Results at: besttimescct.com
    2002 Race Results at: besttimescct.com
    (Forrest City is in eastern Arkansas, on Interstate 40, 45 miles west of Memphis, and 85 miles east of Little Rock)

    Sunday, July 22, 2007 ::: N. Little Rock, Arkansas: Big Dam Bridge Duathlon (Formerly the Riverside Duathlon)
    Run 2.5 miles, Bike 12 miles, Run 2.5 miles
    Location: Burns Park Soccer Complex, N. Little Rock
    Course Info: Run Course uses the river trail and the roads with in Burns Park. Bike Course will prove you with the opportunity to race across the Big Dam Bridge. Bike Course is an out and Back starting and finishing in Burns Park crossing the Big Dam Bridge (BDD)and flowing through Murray park.
    Directions: To get to the race start location: From Interstate 40 take exit 150. follow signs for burns park soccer complex. Race start is at fields 14-17
    2007 Results At bigdambridge.org: Overall / Age Group - (.pdf files)

    Saturday, August 11, 2007 ::: Bentonville, Arkansas: Little Sharks Sprint Triathlon
    Kids Triathlon
    Location: Memorial Park, Bentonville Public Pool
    email: racedirector@sharksprinttriathlon.org
    Course Info: Swim in outdoor pool, bike and run in and around Memorial Park.
    2007 Results At: sharksprinttriathlon.org
    Bentonville is in northwest Arkansas, 80 miles north of Fort Smith, 25 miles north of Fayetteville, and 8 miles west of Rogers

    Saturday, August 11, 2007::: Conway, Arkansas: Conway Kids Triathlon
    Ages 7 - 10 ::: Swim 50 yards, Bike 1 mile, Run ½ mile
    Ages 11-14 ::: Swim 100 yards, Bike 3 miles, Run 1 miles
    Location: Hendrix College
    Course Info: Each competitor will receive a t-shirt. A medal goes to all who complete the course. Post race food & drink and lots of door prizes. Drawing for two bikes donated by "The Ride" (Conway's full service bicycle shop).
    More: The Conway Kids Triathlon... where every kid is a winner.
  • All participants receive a t-shirt, finishers medal, an excellent race packet and the opportunity to win one of many super door prizes including two new bikes.
  • Great race for veteran or first-time triathletes.
    Directions To Race: Take exit 125 in Conway, South on Hwy 65. 65 turns into Harkrider. Hendrix is ѕ mi from the interstate. Park on the East side of Harkrider next to soccer field. Use the pedestrian bridge to cross Harkrider. Do not cross Harkrider - this is a very busy street!
    2006 - 2007 Results At: doitsports.com
    2005 Results: doitsports.com or conwayrunning.org
    2004 Results: conwayrunning.org (.pdf file)
    2003 Results: conwayrunning.org / 7-10 / 11-14
  • Sunday, August 12, 2007 ::: Jonesboro, Arkansas: XTERRA Iron Will
    Swim 800 yards, Mountain Bike 10.6 miles, Run 3 miles
    Location: Craighead Forest Park
    Course Info: 800 yard swim course is in Craighead Forest lake and is a triangle swim. The mountain bike takes place on the trails of Craighead Forest Park, and the run is also on the trails of Craighead Forest Park
    More: Entire Race takes place in Craighead Forest Park
    2007 Results At: xterraplanet.com
    2006 Results At: xterraplanet.com

    Sunday, August 12, 2007 ::: Rogers, Arkansas: Sharks Sprint Triathlon
    Swim 800 meters, Bike 15 miles, Run 3 miles
    Location: Horseshoe Bend Park, Beaver Lake
    Course Info: 800 meter swim in Beaver lake, Hilly 15 mile road bike, Flat 3 mile running loop inside of park.
    More: Transition area opens at 5 am. Camping available at race start.
    Directions To Race: I540 to hwy 94/New Hope Road, go west on 94 until deadends into park. Follow signs for Horseshoe Bend Park.
    2007 Results At: onlineraceresults.com
    Rogers is in northwest Arkansas, 80 miles north of Fort Smith, 25 miles north of Fayetteville, and 8 miles east of Bentonville

    Saturday, August 18, 2007 ::: Arkadelphia Arkansas: CATS Iron Mountain Man Half Tri and Aqua Bike
    Swim 1.2 miles, Bike 56 miles, Run 13.1 miles
    Location: DeGray Lake Spillway, Skyline Dr, Arkadelphia, AR
    Course Info: This race was the 2005 USAT National Championship Long Course Triathlon.
  • Swim: DeGray Lake: rated as one of the top 10 cleanest fresh water lakes in America by the Army Corp of Engineers. You can actually drink it, and some do during the swim. The Swim is a clock wise, with a deep water start. The Entry and Finish area is on a large concrete boat ramp. Be careful when you stand up at the end of the swim. USAT rules will apply.
  • Bike:. Well, here's the honest truth, is it's not a totally flat course! The Bike Course is a deceptively fast out and back course with several short steep climbs and a 5 mile gradual climb to the top of Iron Mountain from both directions. The first and last 20 miles contain several climbs and fast descents. From mile 20 - 35 it's fast and flat. For the most part if there is any wind you will be shielded from it by the trees. Most of the bike course travels through uninhabited timber land in the foot hills of the Ouachita (Wash-she-ta) Mountains If you take a few seconds along the way you will see some absolutely beautiful vistas. • Aid Stations are at the following locations: 8 miles, 14 miles, 23 miles, 33miles, 42 miles and 47 miles.
  • Run: The course is two loops of a tree lined route. Between 11pm and 2pm there will be very little shade. • Aid Stations will be approximately every mile. They will be stocked with ice, water, sports drink, energy gel, a salty food, bananas and oranges.
    Directions To Race: From I-30 take exit 78 (Hwy 7 north) Go approx 2.5 miles turn left onto Skyline Drive. Spillway area is 1mile on your right.
    2001 - 2007 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 Results At: doitsports.com
    2003 Results At: doitsports.com
    2002 Results at: doitsports.com
    2001 Results at: doitsports.com
    (Arkadelphia is in southwest Arkansas, 63 miles southwest of Little Rock)
  • Saturday, August 18, 2007 ::: Arkadelphia, Arkansas: Tri Arkansas
    Swim 1500 meters, Bike 24 miles, Run 6.2 miles
    Location: DeGray Lake Spillway
    2007 Results At: doitsports.com

    Sunday, August 19, 2007 ::: Arkadelphia, Arkansas: Degray Lake Sprint Triathlon
    Swim 500 yards, Bike 14 miles, Run 3.2 miles
    Location: The Spillway at Degray Lake
    Course Info:
  • Swim: DeGray Lake: rated as one of the top 10 cleanest fresh water lakes in America by the Army Corp of Engineers. You can actually drink it, and some do during the swim. The Swim is a clock wise, with a deep water start. The Entry and Finish area is on a large concrete boat ramp. Be careful when you stand up at the end of the swim. USAT rules will apply.
  • Bike:. Well, here's the honest truth, is it's not a totally flat course! The Bike Course is a deceptively fast modified out and back course. Large portions of this course are closed to traffic. If you take a few seconds along the way you will see some absolutely beautiful vistas.
  • Run: Yes, this is a tough run. 1.6 miles up the side of Iron Mountain and then turn around and come back down. The view as you cross the DeGray Lake Dam is absolutely incredible. Aid Stations will be approximately every mile. They will be stocked with ice, water and sports drink.
    Directions To Race: From I-30 take exit 78 (Hwy 7 north) Go approx 2.5 miles turn left onto Skyline Drive. Spillway area is 1mile on your right.
    2007 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 - 2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    2003 Results at: doitsports.com Overall / Age Group
    2002 Results at: doitsports.com
    2001 Results at: doitsports.com
  • Saturday August 25, 2007 ::: Hot Springs, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints
    Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Start Time: 10 AM
    Location: Lake Ouachita State Park, Hot Springs, AR
    Phone: (501) 612-1045
    Price: Registration is $75 per person for the Sprint, $85 per person for the Advanced Sprint, $35 per person for the Rogaine.
    Course Info:
  • In 2007 Ozark Extreme Adventure Racing continues our sprint race series in Arkansas. With the addition of a separate Rogaine event, the sprint series will remain the same races as this past years races.
  • At each sprint race you will find our adventure sprint races where you will run, hike, bike, paddle and, in our advanced categories, navigation. New for this year we are offering a new stand alone Rogaine event.
  • Our Advanced category incorporates Navigation/ Orienteering as an additional challenge for more experienced racers. Our Sprint category is for participants who are not ready for navigating, but want to experience an adventure race, our sprint division will have a fully marked course.
  • Two person teams or solos are will trek or run, mountain bike, paddle, swim, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 4 to 6 miles of hiking, 8 to 16 miles of mountain biking and 1 to 2 miles of paddling.
    Race Dates are:: March 17, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Devils Den State Park near Fayetteville, AR
  • June 2, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Burns Park in North Little Rock, AR
  • July 7, 2007 ROGAINE Event near Little Rock, AR
  • August 25, 2007 Sprint Adventure Race at Lake Ouachita State Park near Hot Springs, AR
  • Registration is $75 per person for the Sprint, $85 per person for the Advanced Sprint, $35 for the ROGAINE. Participants who pre-register are automatically entered into a drawing for one of two free race entries.
  • Information is available at www.adventuresprints.com or just email us at admin@ozarkextreme.com.
    2007 Results At: adventuresprints.com
  • Sunday, September 16, 2007 ::: Conway, Arkansas: CATS Sprint Triathlon
    Swim 500 yards, Bike 14 miles, Run 3.1 miles
    Location: Lake Beaver Fork, Hwy 25
    2007 Results At: doitsports.com
    2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    2005 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 Results At: Click Here
    2003 Results at doitsports.com: Overall / Age Group





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