Entries for the 2017 World Rogaining Championship are now open. Enter before 14 December to maximise your chance of getting in. There won't be a WRC in 2018 so this will be the last opportunity to compete with the world's best for a while.
The WRC 2017 will be held on 18–19 August 2017 in Rāzna National Park. The website is at www.wrc2017.rogaining.lv
The list of pre-qualified entrants is available at http://pqe.rogaining.org/qualified.html
The Australasian Rogaining Championship will be held on 11-12th February 2017 in New Zealand. The location is Northern Southland, near Waikaia. Queenstown is the closest international airport with frequent flights from Australia and the North Island.
The course has already been set and the locals are looking forward to welcoming athletes from all around New Zealand, Australia and the wider regions for the 2017 Australasian Rogaine Championships.
WARA hosted the 37th Australian Rogaining Championship and fourth Australasian Championship at Nannup on 17-18 September 2016. There were 315 competitors in 124 teams. Paul Williams and David Symons from WA won overall, followed by Gill Fowler and Joel Mackay from NSW, then David Baldwin and Julie Quinn from ACT. Andre Morkel and Tim Sikma were only 5 minutes behind, with the top 4 teams well clear of the field.
Winners of the open categories were:
The results are now available on the ARA website.