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Saturday, March 11, 2006 :: Eureka Springs, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints Day #1
2-4 miles Run, 8-12 miles MTB, and 2-4 miles Paddling
Location: Lake Leatherwood Park
Course Info: Back for 2006 the Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints will consist of three races throughout the state of Arkansas . You will find at each race location navigation clinics, rogaine events, and our adventure sprint races. Navigation/ Orienteering has now been added to the advanced category. For participants that are not ready for navigating, our sprint division will remain the same with a marked course. Two person teams or solos will hike, mountain bike, paddle, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 2 to 4 miles of hiking, 8 to 12 miles of mountain biking, and 2 to 4 miles of paddling. This is a great event for anyone interested in adventure racing.
More: Dates and Locations for 2006 are:
  • March 11 and 12 Lake Leatherwood Park , Eureka Springs , AR (NW Arkansas Area)
  • June 3 and 4 Burns Park , North Little Rock , AR ( Central Arkansas Area)
  • August 12 and 13 Lake Ouachita State Park , Mountain Pine, AR ( Hot Springs Area)
    2006 Results At: adventuresprints.com
    2005 Results At: adventuresprints.com
  • Sunday, March 12, 2006 :: Eureka Springs, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints Eureka Springs Day #2
    2-4 miles Run, 8-12 miles MTB, and 2-4 miles Paddling
    Location: Lake Leatherwood Park
    2006 Results At: adventuresprints.com
    2005 Results At: adventuresprints.com

    Sunday, April 23, 2006 ::: 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
    2006 Results At: dltmultisport.com (.pdf file)
  • Saturday May 13, 2006 ::: Benton, Arkansas : ArkanThaw 2006 Triathlon
    Swim 1500 meters, Bike 24.9 miles, Run 6.2 miles
    Location: Beach, Lake Norrell
    Course Info: 1.5 K swim, 40 K bike, 10 K run (Olympic Distance)
  • Swim: Wave start in a clean, small lake. Little to no water traffic.
  • Bike: Great roads with limited traffic. Course is not closed. VERY challenging, but not completely brutal.Loop course.
  • Run: Also challenging, but a little less so than the bike course. Out and back run.
    2006 Results At doitsports.com: Overall / doitsports.com
    Benton, Arkansas is Approx. 30 miles Southwest of Little Rock
  • Monday, May 29, 2006 :: Hot Springs, Arkansas: Du For the Parks
    Run 2 miles, Bike 12 miles, Run 2 miles
    Location: Hot Springs - Transportation Depot, 100 Broadway Terrace, Hot Springs, ARK
    email: ktntfreems@aol.com
    Course Info: Flat run(s) & rolling bike course
    2006 Results At: besttimescct.com
    2005 Results At: besttimescct.com
    2004 Results At: besttimescct.com
    2003 Results at doitsports.com: Overall / Divisions / Teams / Kids
    Great post race food

    Saturday, June 03, 2006 : North Little Rock, Arkansas: Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints
    2-4 miles Trail Run, 8-12 miles MTB, 2-4 miles Paddling
    Location: Burns Park
    Course Info: Back for 2006 the Ozark Extreme Adventure Sprints will consist of three races throughout the state of Arkansas . You will find at each race location navigation clinics, rogaine events, and our adventure sprint races. Navigation/ Orienteering has now been added to the advanced category. For participants that are not ready for navigating, our sprint division will remain the same with a marked course. Two person teams or solos will hike, mountain bike, paddle, navigate (advanced) and possibly take on some special activities throughout the course. Each racer should prepare for 2 to 4 miles of hiking, 8 to 12 miles of mountain biking, and 2 to 4 miles of paddling.
    2006 Results At: adventuresprints.com

    Saturday June 10, 2006 ::: Eureka Springs, Arkansas: Eureka Springs Off-Road Triathlon - a Nissan Xterra Points Series Race
    Swim 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.
    2006 Results At: onlineraceresults.com
    Part of the Nissan Xterra Championship Series
  • Saturday, June 24, 2006 ::: 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
    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.
    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 24, 2006 ::: Fayetteville, Arkansas: Tri-Sport Kids Triathlon #3
    Sprint Triathlon
    2006 Results At: doitsports.com

    Sunday, June 25, 2006 ::: 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.
    More: 2006 Arkansas State Championship
    2005 - 2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 Results At: doitsports.com or ozarkvalleytriathlon.com
    2003 Results At: ozarkvalleytriathlon.com or arkansasracing.com
    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, July 15, 2006 Forrest City, Arkansas: Mightymite Triathlon
    Swim 1/3 mile, Bike 13 miles, Run 3 miles
    Location: Village Creek State Park - Lake Dunn
    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)

    Saturday, August 12, 2006 ::: Conway, Arkansas: Conway Kids Triathlon
    Ages 7 - 10 ::: Swim 50 yards, Bike 1 mile, Run 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 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 13, 2006 ::: Jonesboro, Arkansas: Iron Will XC Triathlon - a Nissan Xterra Points Series Race
    Triathlon
    Location: Craighead Forest Park
    Course Info: This race is part of the Nissan Xterra Points Series
    2006 Results At: xterraplanet.com

    Saturday, August 19, 2006 ::: Arkadelphia Arkansas: CATS Half Iron Distance Triathlon
    Swim 1.2 miles, Bike 56 miles, Run 13.1 miles
    Location: DeGray Lake Spillway, Skyline Dr, Arkadelphia, AR
    Course Info: 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 - 2006 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: CATS Half Iron Distance Triathlon
    Swim 1.2 miles, Bike 56 miles, Run 13.1 miles
    Register On Line At: Active.com
    Location: DeGray Lake Spillway, Skyline Dr, Arkadelphia, AR
    Course Info: 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 - 2006 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)

    Sunday, August 20, 2006 ::: 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.
    2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 - 2005 Results At: doitsports.com
    2003 Results at: doitsports.com Overall / Age Group
    2002 Results at: doitsports.com
    2001 Results at: doitsports.com
  • Saturday, September 16, 2006 : Huntsville, Arkansas: Booger County Extreme
    approx. 40 miles of mountain biking, trekking and canoing
    Location: Madison County Wildlife Management Area
    Course Info: Second annual Booger County Extreme adventure race will take you through the beautiful and rugged terrain of Northwest Arkansas. The race will consist of mountain biking, trekking, and rope work for a total of approximately 40 miles. This years race has a short caving section (less than mile).
    2006 Results At: Click Here
    2005 Results At: boogercountyextreme.com

    Sunday, September 17, 2006 ::: Conway, Arkansas: CATS Sprint Tri
    Swim 500 yards, Bike 13 miles, Run 3 miles
    Sprint Triathlon
    Location: Lake Beaverfork
    2006 Results At: doitsports.com
    2005 Results At: doitsports.com
    2004 Results At: Click Here
    2003 Results at doitsports.com: Overall / Age Group

    Saturday October 14, 2006 ::: Glenwood, Arkansas: Rugged Man Triathlon
    Bike 8.5 miles, Run 3.5 miles, Paddle 7 miles
    Location: Glenwood Althletic Club
    email: caddoriver@canoemail.com
    Course Info: Come join us for one of South West Arkansas most fun and UNIQUE triathlons! The momentum for this event grows each and every year! For those of you who are serious "Iron Men/Women", this would be an excellent warm up for the longer events, but for those who have always wanted to do a triathlon, but may be afraid of dying along the way, this just might be what you're looking for!
  • Start with an 8.5 mile bike through the southern Ouachita Mountains from Glenwood to Caddo Gap.
  • Depending on whether you're competing as a single or as a team, you will canoe (team) or kayak (single) 7 miles down the Caddo River to the Hwy 70 bridge back in Glenwood.
  • Finally you will run the 3.5 miles back to the starting point, or, if you're a team, the person who did not bike will be the one to do the run.
    More: On top of all the awards presented we have giveaways, and drawings for all participants to have a chance at winning. Prizes in the past have included a brand new Old Town sit-on-top kayak like the ones used in the race. We're also expanding the days events to include an afternoon "triathlon" type challenge at the Glenwood Golf Club for those interested, and a Chuck Frazier Chevrolet "Cruise Night" auto show in the evening.
    Directions To Race: Glenwood is just 35 miles west of Hot Springs, or 35 miles north of Arkadelphia. From either Little Rock or Texarkana we're an easy hour and a half to get to.
  • Call Ron @ 888-300-8452 for specifics and accommodation needs.
    2006 Results At: ruggedmantriathlon.com
  • Saturday, October 21, 2006 : Little Rock,Arkansas: Raid The Rock Urban Adventure Race
    Adventure Race
    Course Info: Raid The Rock will challenge your team to see who takes home a piece of the Rock. Grab your bike, boat, and boots and get ready to raid through the streets of Little Rock, Arkansas.
    <>2006 Results At: Click Here
    2005 Results At: raidtherock.com
    2004 Results At: raidtherock.com
    2003 Results At: raidtherock.com
    2002 Results At: raidtherock.com
    2001 Results At: raidtherock.com

    Saturday, November 11, 2006 ::: Fayetteville, Arkansas: Lewis and Clark Urban Adventure Race
    40 miles
    Location: Lewis and Clark Outfitters - Springdale location
    Course Info: An urban adventure race that will consist of orienteering, mountain biking, trekking, canoeing, rappelling, and mystery events.
  • Two Divisions - Open and Masters. Three-person co-ed teams will navigate approximately 40 miles through wooded and urban terrain in the Fayetteville and Springdale city limits of Northwest Arkansas.
    More: Awards and merchandise will be given to the top-five place Open teams and top-three Masters team. Over $10,000 in awards and raffle prizes (which will include bikes, boats, clothing and cash), a pre-race pasta feed and a post-race awards dinner will make this race worth attending. See event web site for full details and registration.
    Directions To Race: Lewis and Clark Outfitters (Springdale) is located just north of the Northwest Arkansas Mall in Springdale, Arkansas. The address is 4915 S. Thompson (71B) Springdale, AR 72764. 479-756-1344.
    2005 Results At: urbanadventurerace.com
    2004 Results At: urbanadventurerace.com

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