Check out our new site at openwaterswimming.com

ENDracing

From Openwaterpedia

ENDracing is an organizer of adventure racing in the Great Plains in the United States of America. The small organization is made up of some of the best adventure racers in the USA, and brings their wealth of knowledge to designing amazing courses.

The END (Extreme North Dakota) concept began with the hosting of North Dakota's first ever Adventure Race back in 2007, a brutal 12-hour course tackled by 19 teams.

ENDracing Calendar in 2010[edit]

  • END-IT - IceMan Triathlon, a winter multisport race
  • END-SPAR - Spring Primer Adventure Race, a 4-6 hour "beginner friendly" adventure race
  • END-AR - 10-12 hour race to put all teams to the test

ENDracing Calendar in 2011[edit]

  • END-IT - IceMan Triathlon, a winter multisport race
  • END-SPAR - Spring Primer Adventure Race, a 4-6 hour "beginner friendly" adventure race
  • END-AR - 24-hour race to put all teams to the test
  • END-TOMBED - 12 hour mountain bike race

ENDracing Calendar in 2012[edit]

  • END-IT - IceMan Triathlon, a winter multisport race
  • END-SPAR - Spring Primer Adventure Race, a 4-6 hour "beginner friendly" adventure race
  • END-AR - 24-hour race to put all teams to the test
  • END-TOMBED - 12 hour mountain bike race
  • END-WET - 26-mile swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, surfski race down the Red River

External links[edit]