Obstacle Australia

Adventure 1 and World Obstacle Partnership and the Founding of “Obstacle Australia” An Association being created to represent and promote adventure and obstacle athletes and events. All parties of interest are invited to join (for free!) and volunteer to promote and help guide the sports. A new era for Adventure Racing has begun with the partnership between Adventure 1 and World Obstacle and the establishment of an Adventure Racing Governing Body in Australia: Obstacle Australia. The background and reasoning behind this initiative are detailed below. To register for free membership or become more actively involved, click on the link below.                                         Membership Registration Link About Adventure 1 Adventure 1 (A1) is the premier not-for-profit event promoter for adventure racing worldwide.  With the goal of assisting the growth and management of the sport of adventure racing, it coordinates a series of national and […]

Adventure 1 The Official World Cup

World Obstacle has recognised Adventure 1 (A1) as the official World Cup partner for adventure racing. The international governing body for ninja, obstacle course racing and adventure racing said the support of the adventure race producer was an important moment in its growth. “The Adventure 1 World Cup fulfills a demand from adventure athletes throughout the world to compete in truly world-class events,” said World Obstacle President Ian Adamson. “The races have a proven record with excellent reviews from athletes and event producers globally and is a natural fit with World Obstacle. “Our collaboration with Adventure 1 provides an accessible format for athletes to compete in this exciting sport. “We are thrilled to assist the growth of adventure racing as we expand the series worldwide.“ World Obstacle was granted observer status by the Global Association […]

A1 World Cup Announced

A new era in adventure racing is set to begin, with Adventure 1 (A1) excited to announce the launch of the 2022 A1 World Cup. A1 is adding races on all five “sport” continents, including events in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the Philippines, with additional races in Europe, Africa and the Americas to be announced in the coming months. The A1 World Cup builds upon the grassroots of the A1 National Series where teams compete for the opportunity to qualify and race at selected World Series events around the globe.  A1 World Cup races vary from 24 to 48 hours, testing teams in the Exploration format disciplines of trekking, kayaking, mountain biking and outdoor skills all while navigating wilderness courses using map and compass. A1 World Series events are non-stop, challenging and fast […]