Back on the water.

XPD Rivers of Gold

In an attempt to keep things a little bit more low-key with my own racing and just enjoy the process itself, I hadn’t intended to write a race report from XPD. But I’ve just got to accept that I’m an AR tragic and with an amazing set of photographs from event photographers Margarete and Murilo […]

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Chris, Liam, Thor and Michelle

Exploring Gippsland The Hard Way

This is a long report. For those with short attention spans, check out the race video: Two weeks out from the Explore Gippsland start line, it was looking very sketchy on whether team Rogue were even going to be able to field a full team at the race. With Brisbane sent into a three day […]

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On the hunt for these

2020 Racing Wrap (and 2021 Sneak Peek)

There were times this year I didn’t think I would even really have an opportunity to write a yearly race wrap up.  Looking back to the start of 2020, we had lofty goals of a big race calendar planned with some fantastic events lined up.  I recall being pretty excited because it was a super […]

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Views out over the race course.

Giraween Rogaine Report

It’s not often that I get down to writing a race report for a foot rogaine, the last ones being the Diaper Creek Rogaine and 24 Hour Rogaine champs way back in 2014. A big part of the reason for this is that’s been almost 2.5 years since I’ve done a pure bush foot rogaine! […]

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Some classic Mojo Raid terrain.

Racing Ahead with 2020

With 2019 done and dusted and a fantastic year of adventure racing results under the belt, the Rogue team have set their calendar with all eyes on a bumper year of racing in 2020. Australian adventure racers are certainly spoiled for choice this year, with 11 adventure races that are 24 hours or longer spread […]

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The sun sets over the team for a second night at GeoQuest

A look back at 2019

Looking back over the 2019 racing season, it’s been a real mixed bag of results for myself and team Rogue.  I know we are only just now reaching the end of October, but given that I’ve effectively run my last race for the year, I thought it would be nice to get in early with […]

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Midway through the Wildside bike rogaine (Photo: Ben Cirulis).

Back-to-Back Wins at Wildside

As one of only a couple of teams to race every event in the Mountain Designs Adventure1 series this year, it had already been a big season for team Rogue.  However, with how the points system was shaping up, there was still plenty to race for at the Wildside 36 hour race: while the Alpine […]

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Team Rogue hitting the lead at Wildside in 2018

A1 Predictions Blog: Wildside 2019

After a massive year of adventure racing, we are just about to hit the fifth and final race of the Mountain Designs Adventure1 Australian series, and of course, that means it’s time for the A1 predictions blog. What looks apparent is that we are set to crown a new national champion down at Wildside: the […]

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Hells Bells Course Planning.

A1 Predictions Blog: Hells Bells 2019

With Adventure1 races across three different countries running on the same weekend, it’s officially an A1 SUPER WEEKEND. Across the ditch in New Zealand it’s the Bivouac 12 hour AR with possibly the strongest competitive field in an NZ A1 race to date including teams such as Tiki Tour, Tiger Adventure NZ, the Sneaky Weasel […]

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Yamba: race HQ for the 2019 edition of GeoQuest.

A Competitive GeoQuest

GeoQuest is set to be one of the most competitive adventure races in Australia since world champions Seagate crossed the ditch to take out the title five years ago. Since the inception of the A1 series in 2017 there have been 11 Adventure1 races with 5 different winning teams: Thunderbolt (4 wins), Thought Sports (3 […]

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