MAPPING A COUPLE OF PLANS By Annabelle Latz When you’re looking down the barrel at a potential 10 days in the Fiordland wilderness, traversing some territory that some local wild pigs and deer would not have graced, you want your navigational plan to be a sound one. Some teams gave their final thoughts on the
It has been a beauty of a night for the teams paddling the Abel Tasman last night to the finish line. 15 teams have now finished on Kaiteriteri beach completing the journey with a couple of days to spare. Teams Old and Slow, Sneaky Weasel Gang and Seagate arrived in 9th, 10th and 11th place
Thrills and spills down the Matakiktaki river.
Teams arriving at check point 16 at D’Urville Hut on the banks of Lake Rotoroa got a good feed thanks to Absolute Wilderness. The team were handing out their freeze dried meals as teams arrived at the check point. Competitors happily sat on the banks of the lake in the sun and tucked into their
The sun came out to great the teams as they arrived at Lake Rotoroa today on stage four of GODZOne Chapter Five. Photographer Alex Socci met up with some of the teams as they transitioned from their bike and onto the inflatible boats. Team 9 Adventure Medical Kits of Kyle Peter, Rob Preston, Mari Chandler
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/n6ln7dg5ifnsaiz/Team%2027%20Happy%20With%20Course.m4a Team 37 GaryAnsderson.co.nz are happy with their progress over the course so far.
Teams assemble their bikes and negotiate the MTB orienteering on Rabbit island.
The kayaking section saw teams take to the water between Stephens Bay and Rabbit Island. They battled the surf both on the way out and especially on the way into the beach at on the island. Crowds lined the sand dunes to watch as the teams executed some killer moves on the way in.