AR 101

The AR 101 section is a place to lend some insight about our adventure races. Some articles are about advanced strategies and some are just about what to expect when you show up. But really this place can be about anything that could help newcomers or the rest of the community. We encourage racers to take the ball and create content for this section. If you have an article, article idea, or suggestion you would like to share, email news@pangeaadventureracing.com

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Guide to Pangea Sport Races

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Pangea's Sport Division has made adventure racing accessible to more and more people. If you are new to the game, Ron Eaglin has posted some of the basics for your first time out.
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Guide to Your First Sprint Race

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A sprint race lasts only for a few hours but that time can fly by quick. Here is a guide written by Ron Eaglin to prepare you for your first time out.
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King's Landing for beautiful paddle practice or play

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King's Landing, the Superhero AR venue, is a great place to paddle anytime. Whether you want to prepare for the race or just have a fun day.
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AR 101: Kayak Paddling

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Ron Eaglin has made a video explaining the best practices for kayak paddling.
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My First Adventure Race

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While scouting the Treasure Coast AR this year, I was reminded of my very first adventure race, which was held in Jonathan Dickinson State Park.
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The Forward Stroke

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Marty Sullivan & Greg Stamer are accomplished world paddlers local to Florida. Here is their insight on the forward stroke for kayaks.
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Adventure Racing is More About Strategy than Strength

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In Adventure Racing, it takes so much more than individual strength and persistence to get to the finish line. You need strategy as well.
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