18 Years of Adventure

Over 75 Mass Participation Adventure Events in All Corners of the Globe

WHAT KEEPS US BUSY

The Adventure Racing (AR) World Series unites in competition the worlds best endurance athletes at premiere Qualifier events around the globe. The top two teams at each of these races gain a coveted position on the start line of the annual pinnacle of the sport, the AR World Championship.
XPD is Australia’s own Expedition Adventure Race. Teams of four competitors from around the globe trek, mountain bike, and kayak for three to six days in this world renowned expedition. These adventurers race day and night over a 450-500km course pushing themselves to the ultimate limits of human endurance.
Trackers are a great for events that have previously been hard to watch, due to participants moving over large distances in inaccessible areas. Trackers send their latest position to a google map that anyone can view on their phone, tablet or computer.
Derby, Blue Tier, Bay of Fires, St Helens – Australia’s undisputed mecca of mountain biking. The Dragon Trail is a 3 day XC stage race that will take you on a mountain biking journey from myrtle forests, to alpine plateaus and to the stunning Bay of Fires. On each of the three unique days of racing, you will experience the joys of sensational flowing single track, purpose-built by trail gurus World Trail, through some of the most remarkable landscapes in Tasmania. 

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EVENTS WE HAVE CREATED - PAST AND PRESENT

  • 2018 - XPD - Tasmania
  • 2017 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Sawtell
  • 2016 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Port Macquarie
  • 2016 - XPD - Shoalhaven (World Championship)
  • 2015 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Hawkes Nest
  • 2015 - XPD - Townsville
  • 2014 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Crescent Head
  • 2013 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Harrington
  • 2013 - XPD - Flinders Ranges
  • 2012 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Forster
  • 2011 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2011 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Nambucca Heads
  • 2011 - XPD - Tasmania (World Champs)
  • 2011 - City Raid - Brisbane
  • 2010 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2010 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2010 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Port Macquarie
  • 2010 - XPD - Cairns
  • 2010 - City Raid - Brisbane
  • 2010 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2009 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2009 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Forster
  • 2009 - City Raid - Brisbane
  • 2008 - 8 Hr Enduro - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ) x One Night in Vegas - City Raid
  • 2008 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Insomnia Mountain Bike - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Emerald Beach
  • 2008 - One Night in Vegas / City Raid - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - Rush Hour - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - Summer Storm - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - The Step Up - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - XPD - Australian Alps
  • 2007 - 8 Hr Enduro - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ) x One Night in Vegas - City Raid
  • 2007 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Insomnia Mountain Bike - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Sawtell
  • 2007 - One Night in Vegas / City Raid - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - Rush Hour - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - Summer Storm - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - The Step Up - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - XPD - Whitsundays
  • 2006 - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ) x One Night in Vegas - City Raid
  • 2006 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2006 - Insomnia Mountain Bike - South East Queensland
  • 2006 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Stuarts Point
  • 2006 - One Night in Vegas / City Raid - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - Rush Hour - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - Summer Storm - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - The Step Up - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - XPD - Tasmania
  • 2005 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2005 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Bonny Hills
  • 2005 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2005 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2005 - Teva Adventure Series - Brisbane
  • 2004 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2004 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Eden
  • 2004 - XPD - Broken Hill
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Canberra
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Brisbane
  • 2003 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Bendalong
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Canberra
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Brisbane
  • 2002 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2002 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2002 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Batemans Bay

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11 hours ago

ARWS - Adventure Racing World Series
Un año más de Huairasinchi, que en su 16ta edición ofreció una pista brutal y fascinante. 

Iniciando con una etapa de kayak a 250msnm, luego ascendiendo a un trekking en el páramo de Zumbahua con clima inclemente a 4200msnm, para finalmente volver a descender al bosque húmedo.  

Equipos experimentados como Estonian ACE Adventure Team y corredores de la talla de Albert Roca fueron víctimas de misteriosos episodios de navegación en las míticas montañas de Zumbahua. Brújulas que no funcionaban y densa neblina pusieron a más de uno fuera de competencia. 

Después de 85 horas de competencia, Vidaraid Adventure Team se proclamó campeón y suma su segunda victoria de ARWS en el año.

Un año más de Huairasinchi, que en su 16ta edición ofreció una pista brutal y fascinante.

Iniciando con una etapa de kayak a 250msnm, luego ascendiendo a un trekking en el páramo de Zumbahua con clima inclemente a 4200msnm, para finalmente volver a descender al bosque húmedo.

Equipos experimentados como Estonian ACE Adventure Team y corredores de la talla de Albert Roca fueron víctimas de misteriosos episodios de navegación en las míticas montañas de Zumbahua. Brújulas que no funcionaban y densa neblina pusieron a más de uno fuera de competencia.

Después de 85 horas de competencia, Vidaraid Adventure Team se proclamó campeón y suma su segunda victoria de ARWS en el año.
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The Magic and Myth of Huairasinchi

The Huairasinchi expedition adventure race in Ecuador is one of the longest established races of its kind in the world, it’s one of the hardest, and it’s one which teams return to again and again.

This year’s race was the 16th edition and was round 5 of the 2019 Adventure Racing World Series. Twenty five teams set off on a 438km course which provided the unique mix of varied landscapes and climates, native culture and sporting challenge which Huairasinchi is famous for.  

After more than 84 hours of non-stop racing the winners were Columbia Vidaraid (Vidaraid Adventure Team), who finished just ahead of Ecuadorian team ‘Life Adventure Imptek’.  So tough was the challenge only these two teams finished the full course.

Teams from the USA, Spain, Estonia, Brazil and France were racing against many strong Ecuadorian teams but the real test was the landscape and climate in which the course was set. 

Race Director Santiago López Iturralde said, “We had a very special Huairasinchi this year. When we designed the course we knew it was going to be one of the hardest, but also one of the most beautiful and remembered. We knew that connecting such remote and diverse areas was going to be a challenge, so we made the course and we found that it was a race of contrasts.

“In one single race teams went from a very hot and humid environment on the first paddle to the incredible and mystical highlands of Zumbahua up to 4500m high, just to go down again on a bike ride with 6000 meters of descent. This is something that we can only do in Ecuador and its geography.  Of course it was very hard, but it was an experience that teams are going to remember forever.”

Teams started on the hot coastal plains with a short run and then a paddling stage in the wetlands around the huge Daule Peripa Lake.  A long bike road then took them up into the hills where they began a mountain trek in an entirely different terrain and climate, and it is this stage the race will long be remembered for.

The 62km trek through the hills was expected to take around 20 hours for the fastest teams but it took far longer in fog, hail and even snow, and teams were lost, confused, out of food and forced to take shelter.  Most teams retired on this stage and it was here the top two teams took their chance and found the surest way through the hills to establish their lead and continue to the finish.

Going into the trek ‘Estonian ACE Adventure’ Estonian ACE Adventure Team lead the race. They are ranked #4 in the world and are a team renowned for their navigation skills, but their race unravelled in the hills in what Silver Eensaar described as an “epic fail”.  With their compass behaving erratically he described what happened.

“After going in circles in a howling wind and rain it all started to get really confusing as you would expect on the second night of the race in such a situation. We could not get a fix on our location in these conditions and found a rock outcrop for shelter. In the bothy bag we had a long shivering miserable sleep/wait for daylight … maybe it was a hasty decision, but the weather conditions were really harsh. 

“When light broke - the fog didn’t care and we were still couldn’t see. We started to wander in the hills, and even if it cleared up for a bit we still couldn’t get a sure fix.  All the valleys and mountains could have been the one’s drawn on the map. There were no distinct features like trails or signs visible. The wind was still strong and now we also got some hail in the rain.”

Eventually they regained their position only to find they were completely turned around and back in the valley they started form, so they returned to the start of the trek to be picked up by the organisation. 

Lopez has a more poetic description of what happened. “Locals say that this mountain is alive and that it decides who can come in.  When it doesn’t like to have people around it gets angry, very cloudy and it “swallows” the invaders. 

“For most of the teams, something happened on that mountain, and instead of “swallowing” people, the mountain made them go away.  The memories of their experiences on the Zumbahua mountains through the day and night will stay with teams forever.”  

The race tracking system stopped working effectively on the mountain too ... 

Around half of the teams retired on the trek and the rest took short course routes to the finish, including riding past the amazing sight of the crater lake of the Laguna de Quilotoa.  

For those teams the goal of finishing the full course at Huairasinchi remains elusive and for the Haku AR team (Ecuador) it was their 8th attempt!

For the ‘MRC MainNerve’ team (USA) it was their third attempt to finish at Huairasinchi but team captain Shane Hagerman said, “We will be back and maybe it will be 4th time to finish for us.”  He added, “Of the three times I’ve raced here, this was my favourite course.  From the lush foliage in the jungle, to the cold windy tops of the mountains the sheer beauty of the environment in Ecuador is nearly indescribable.”

For more information on Huairasinchi see www.huairasinchi.com and https://www.facebook.com/Huairasinchi 
The next race in the AR World Series is The Nordic Islands Adventure Race starting July 12th in Sweden – see https://niargames.com 
For all information on the Adventure Racing World Series see https://arworldseries.com

The Magic and Myth of Huairasinchi

The Huairasinchi expedition adventure race in Ecuador is one of the longest established races of its kind in the world, it’s one of the hardest, and it’s one which teams return to again and again.

This year’s race was the 16th edition and was round 5 of the 2019 Adventure Racing World Series. Twenty five teams set off on a 438km course which provided the unique mix of varied landscapes and climates, native culture and sporting challenge which Huairasinchi is famous for.

After more than 84 hours of non-stop racing the winners were Columbia Vidaraid (Vidaraid Adventure Team), who finished just ahead of Ecuadorian team ‘Life Adventure Imptek’. So tough was the challenge only these two teams finished the full course.

Teams from the USA, Spain, Estonia, Brazil and France were racing against many strong Ecuadorian teams but the real test was the landscape and climate in which the course was set.

Race Director Santiago López Iturralde said, “We had a very special Huairasinchi this year. When we designed the course we knew it was going to be one of the hardest, but also one of the most beautiful and remembered. We knew that connecting such remote and diverse areas was going to be a challenge, so we made the course and we found that it was a race of contrasts.

“In one single race teams went from a very hot and humid environment on the first paddle to the incredible and mystical highlands of Zumbahua up to 4500m high, just to go down again on a bike ride with 6000 meters of descent. This is something that we can only do in Ecuador and its geography. Of course it was very hard, but it was an experience that teams are going to remember forever.”

Teams started on the hot coastal plains with a short run and then a paddling stage in the wetlands around the huge Daule Peripa Lake. A long bike road then took them up into the hills where they began a mountain trek in an entirely different terrain and climate, and it is this stage the race will long be remembered for.

The 62km trek through the hills was expected to take around 20 hours for the fastest teams but it took far longer in fog, hail and even snow, and teams were lost, confused, out of food and forced to take shelter. Most teams retired on this stage and it was here the top two teams took their chance and found the surest way through the hills to establish their lead and continue to the finish.

Going into the trek ‘Estonian ACE Adventure’ Estonian ACE Adventure Team lead the race. They are ranked #4 in the world and are a team renowned for their navigation skills, but their race unravelled in the hills in what Silver Eensaar described as an “epic fail”. With their compass behaving erratically he described what happened.

“After going in circles in a howling wind and rain it all started to get really confusing as you would expect on the second night of the race in such a situation. We could not get a fix on our location in these conditions and found a rock outcrop for shelter. In the bothy bag we had a long shivering miserable sleep/wait for daylight … maybe it was a hasty decision, but the weather conditions were really harsh.

“When light broke - the fog didn’t care and we were still couldn’t see. We started to wander in the hills, and even if it cleared up for a bit we still couldn’t get a sure fix. All the valleys and mountains could have been the one’s drawn on the map. There were no distinct features like trails or signs visible. The wind was still strong and now we also got some hail in the rain.”

Eventually they regained their position only to find they were completely turned around and back in the valley they started form, so they returned to the start of the trek to be picked up by the organisation.

Lopez has a more poetic description of what happened. “Locals say that this mountain is alive and that it decides who can come in. When it doesn’t like to have people around it gets angry, very cloudy and it “swallows” the invaders.

“For most of the teams, something happened on that mountain, and instead of “swallowing” people, the mountain made them go away. The memories of their experiences on the Zumbahua mountains through the day and night will stay with teams forever.”

The race tracking system stopped working effectively on the mountain too ...

Around half of the teams retired on the trek and the rest took short course routes to the finish, including riding past the amazing sight of the crater lake of the Laguna de Quilotoa.

For those teams the goal of finishing the full course at Huairasinchi remains elusive and for the Haku AR team (Ecuador) it was their 8th attempt!

For the ‘MRC MainNerve’ team (USA) it was their third attempt to finish at Huairasinchi but team captain Shane Hagerman said, “We will be back and maybe it will be 4th time to finish for us.” He added, “Of the three times I’ve raced here, this was my favourite course. From the lush foliage in the jungle, to the cold windy tops of the mountains the sheer beauty of the environment in Ecuador is nearly indescribable.”

For more information on Huairasinchi see www.huairasinchi.com and www.facebook.com/Huairasinchi
The next race in the AR World Series is The Nordic Islands Adventure Race starting July 12th in Sweden – see niargames.com
For all information on the Adventure Racing World Series see arworldseries.com
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This film on the amazing XPD India was shot by local film makers Ronnie and Barty who joined the media crew.

They were completely new to adventure racing and the film is from that perspective. It's fair to say it blew their minds!

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Hey Guys..!! Thank you for sharing our film... we are super stoked that everyone in the Adventure Racing community has enjoyed watching it and have been so so supportive..! Can’t wait to go on more crazy adventures..!! 😁🙏🏻🌟

Congratulations to Team Columbia Vidaraid who celebrated on the finish line of Huairasinchi yesterday after winning another epic race in Ecuador. (The winning time was 84 hours 30 minutes.)

Team Life Adventure Imptek (Edcuador) chased them all the way to take a hard won second place as the only other full course team to finish.

Vidaraid Adventure Team
Life Adventure Team

Congratulations to Team Columbia Vidaraid who celebrated on the finish line of Huairasinchi yesterday after winning another epic race in Ecuador. (The winning time was 84 hours 30 minutes.)

Team Life Adventure Imptek (Edcuador) chased them all the way to take a hard won second place as the only other full course team to finish.

Vidaraid Adventure Team
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Congratulations.

Enhorabuena 🎉🎊 🏆!

Los mejores felicitaciones

Felicitaciones!!!

Congratulations 🎉 Team Columbia Vidaraid!!

🎊🎊🎊🎊👏👏👏

👍👍👏👏🍾🍾 !!!

ZORIOOONAAAKKKK!!!

TXAPELDUNAK!!!!👏👏👏💪💪

Zorionak !!!💪🏻💪🏻Grandes!!!

ZORIONAK!!!!

Zorioñak

Congrats!!! Can we expect a race report? :) I want to hear about this!

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2 weeks ago

Geocentric Outdoors

XPD Australia 2020 Announced - Cape York “Rivers of Gold”

The 2020 edition of the XPD Expedition Race is themed “Rivers of Gold”. Adventure racing teams from Australia and around the world will step back in time to follow the legendary 1870s Cape York gold rush of the Palmer and Hodgkinson Rivers.

This gold rush was described as “one of the wildest, most lawless and most dangerous gold rushes the world has ever seen. It was characterised by mountainous terrain, hundreds of kilometres of jungle track, violent aboriginal people, a dry season in which a man could die of thirst and a wet season that could wash away entire settlements to leave stranded men to starve to death”.

The harbour town of Port Douglas is 2,000 kilometres North of Brisbane and was established to service miners seeking their fortunes on the Hodgkinson River gold fields. The town has survived to the present day and will host the modern day adventurers of the 11th Edition of XPD from the 18-25th July 2020.

Detailed information on the race can be found at www.xpd.com.au

Teams of four athletes will start on the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef system, stretching for over 2,300 kilometres along the North-East Australian coast. Emulating the wild and harsh journey of a prospector heading to Goldfields, they must first paddle from the magnificent coral reefs to palm-fringed beaches of the mainland.

The intrepid adventure racers will be then confronted by the formidable and famous Daintree Rainforest, part of the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest on the Australian continent.

Teams must prevail in a journey through boulder-strewn rivers, lush rainforest, and misty waterfalls to cross the Great Dividing Range at over 1,000+m in altitude.

Flowing West to the Gulf of Carpentaria are the remote Outback Australian “Rivers of Gold”. Through the harsh interior of Cape York, bold teams will paddle these flowing and turbulent waters, mountain bike vast open spaces and hike over ancient landscapes, in search of the ultimate but elusive... XPD Gold!

Race Director Craig Bycroft said “It is fascinating to use the history of the Palmer and Hodgkins River gold rush as the backdrop to plan an expedition race course. I think many of the original miners of the 1800s and the adventure racing teams of today would share the same spark of frontier adventure. It will be like a connection across time.”

XPD attracts both experienced adventure racing teams and enthusiastic amateurs attempting their first race.

Teams arriving at the Cairns Airport on Friday the 17th July 2020 have the option of a transfer to the event headquarters at the Port Douglas Community Hall, located centrally in the resort town of Port Douglas. A gateway to the Cape York of Australia, the town is a vibrate tourist destination with average July temperatures of 17-25 degrees Celsius.

The XPD 11th Edition starts on Sunday 19th July and winning teams are expected to complete the 500km course in just over 3 days. Remaining teams are permitted up to 6 days to reach the finish line. Teams members must remain within 100 metres of each other for the entire race and complete all legs together. They should be prepared to race non-stop in the disciplines of trekking, mountain biking, ocean kayaking, snorkelling, abseiling/rope work, river kayaking and navigation.

The closing ceremony will be held on Saturday 25th July followed by transfers back to the Cairns Airport on the 26th.

Entries open on the XPD race website on the 17th October 2019 and a special Early Bird price extends for one month to the 17th November. Teams can race as Premier Mixed, All Male or All Female. There are three age groups, Youth teams with a cumulative age of less than 110, Open teams, and Masters teams with a cumulative age of 190 or greater.

The event is also seeking volunteers to assist during the race. Available roles include manning transition points, assisting with media and working with the logistics crew to move team equipment around the course. More information at xpd.com.au/enter-the-race/volunteer-race-officials/

XPD is one of the longest running and most experienced events of the Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS). The ARWS unites in competition the worlds best endurance athletes at premiere Qualifier events around the globe. The top team from each of these races gains a coveted position on the start line of the annual pinnacle of the sport, the
Adventure Racing World Championship.

Video teaser available at vimeo.com/339880003

Social media information can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/geocentricoutdoors/
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Anybody looking for a team member for this. Need to tick this off my bucket list

Julian Jones Luke Holmes Aidan Davey

WOW *** Fabulous

Barry Stevens, Kirstine Collins

I've JUST COME OUT OF RETIREMENT!!!!

Luke Johnston

Laura Marshall Michael Scicluna Chris St Jack hey guys I reckon we know that area.

Kelti - I said they’d go north. Let’s have a girls holiday 😉😉

Best get saving! 🤪

Emily Rowbotham Anthony Newman Fergus Macleod

Looks amazing!

Wow. What an environment to race in.

Katy Booth Oskar Booth

Jess Webb 😱 how awesome would this be!!

Rachel...excuse for a trip to Cairns?

Helen Clark hold my beer! Let’s go.

Owen Jones Morgan Coull Rurik Symon Beau Griffiths

I hope there is a pub TA with my name on it :)

Did that send chills up your spine Mike Hindley?

Fantastic - can't wait!!

Andrew Leith 🤔

Gareth Fuller, Geoffrey Bennett, Philip Van Gent

Rosie Shakespeare 🤗🤔

Doug Strachan

I’m in!

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4 weeks ago

Geocentric Outdoors

A sneak peak at the new trails in St Helens which are due to open in November. The Dragon Trail MTB 3 day stage race will use these. The fantastic beach shot near the end of the clip is the finish of Day 2. Can’t wait!! #dragontrailmtb www.dragontrail.com.au

St Helens Mountain Bike Trails
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Aaron Petersen Johnmark Snead

Josh Russell

Audrey van Beusichem

Andrew Sargent, commit!

1 month ago

Geocentric Outdoors
The first 100 entries are nearly gone…. get in quick to grab one of the remaining few and save $100 on a regular entry. Learn about the race at www.dragontrail.com.au or enter at https://geocentric.redpodium.com/dragon-trail-entry

#dragontrailmtb #bluederby #sthelensmtb #mtblife #mtbskills #mtbchicks #rideforlife #mtb #stagerace

The first 100 entries are nearly gone…. get in quick to grab one of the remaining few and save $100 on a regular entry. Learn about the race at www.dragontrail.com.au or enter at geocentric.redpodium.com/dragon-trail-entry

#dragontrailmtb #bluederby #sthelensmtb #mtblife #mtbskills #mtbchicks #rideforlife #mtb #stagerace
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Wow those feet must be sore! Jay, who is walking from Adelaide to Sydney to raise awareness for Melanoma, is close to the end of his journey. It’s been a pleasure to support Jay in his quest. Jay has been carrying two Track Me Live trackers that update his position every 5 minutes. To ensure we have coverage even when there is no mobile coverage, one works using a satellite. Congratulations Jay on an amazing achievement and enjoy putting your feet up! You can see him here - http://live.trackmelive.com.au/wheres-jay/

Wow those feet must be sore! Jay, who is walking from Adelaide to Sydney to raise awareness for Melanoma, is close to the end of his journey. It’s been a pleasure to support Jay in his quest. Jay has been carrying two Track Me Live trackers that update his position every 5 minutes. To ensure we have coverage even when there is no mobile coverage, one works using a satellite. Congratulations Jay on an amazing achievement and enjoy putting your feet up! You can see him here - live.trackmelive.com.au/wheres-jay/ ... See MoreSee Less

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} else { this.dropdownValidation(field, input); } } } this.htmlEmbedDropdownValidation(field); }, textValidation: function(input) { if (input.id === 'signup_email') return; if (input.value) { this.removeTextFieldError(input); } else { this.textFieldError(input); this.isValid = false; } }, dropdownValidation: function(field, input) { if (input.value) { field.className = field.className.replace(/ invalid/g, ''); } else { if (field.className.indexOf('invalid') === -1) field.className += ' invalid'; this.onSelectCallback(input); this.isValid = false; } }, htmlEmbedDropdownValidation: function(field) { var dropdowns = field.querySelectorAll('.mimi_html_dropdown'); var _this = this; for (var i = 0; i < dropdowns.length; ++i) { var dropdown = dropdowns[i]; if (dropdown.value) { field.className = field.className.replace(/ invalid/g, ''); } else { if (field.className.indexOf('invalid') === -1) field.className += ' invalid'; this.isValid = false; dropdown.onchange = (function(){ _this.validate(); }); } } }, textFieldError: function(input) { input.className = 'required invalid'; input.placeholder = input.getAttribute('data-required-field'); }, removeTextFieldError: function(input) { input.className = 'required'; input.placeholder = ''; }, onSelectCallback: function(input) { if (typeof Widget === 'undefined' || !Widget.BasicDropdown) return; var dropdownEl = input.parentNode, instances = Widget.BasicDropdown.instances, _this = this; for (var i = 0; i < instances.length; ++i) { var instance = instances[i]; if (instance.wrapperEl === dropdownEl) { instance.onSelect = function(){ _this.validate() }; } } }, updateFormAfterValidation: function() { this.form.className = this.setFormClassName(); this.submit.value = this.submitButtonText(); this.submit.disabled = !this.isValid; this.submit.className = this.isValid ? 'submit' : 'disabled'; }, setFormClassName: function() { var name = this.form.className; if (this.isValid) { return name.replace(/\s?mimi_invalid/, ''); } else { if (name.indexOf('mimi_invalid') === -1) { return name += ' mimi_invalid'; } else { return name; } } }, submitButtonText: function() { var invalidFields = document.querySelectorAll('.invalid'), text; if (this.isValid || !invalidFields) { text = this.submit.getAttribute('data-default-text'); } else { if (invalidFields.length || invalidFields[0].className.indexOf('checkgroup') === -1) { text = this.submit.getAttribute('data-invalid-text'); } else { text = this.submit.getAttribute('data-choose-list'); } } return text; }, submitForm: function() { this.formSubmitting(); var _this = this; window[this.callbackName] = function(response) { delete window[this.callbackName]; document.body.removeChild(script); _this.onSubmitCallback(response); }; var script = document.createElement('script'); script.src = this.formUrl('json'); document.body.appendChild(script); }, formUrl: function(format) { var action = this.form.action; if (format === 'json') action += '.json'; return action + '?callback=' + this.callbackName + '&' + serialize(this.form); }, formSubmitting: function() { this.form.className += ' mimi_submitting'; this.submit.value = this.submit.getAttribute('data-submitting-text'); this.submit.disabled = true; this.submit.className = 'disabled'; }, onSubmitCallback: function(response) { if (response.success) { this.onSubmitSuccess(response.result); } else { top.location.href = this.formUrl('html'); } }, onSubmitSuccess: function(result) { if (result.has_redirect) { top.location.href = result.redirect; } else if(result.single_opt_in || !result.confirmation_html) { this.disableForm(); this.updateSubmitButtonText(this.submit.getAttribute('data-thanks')); } else { this.showConfirmationText(result.confirmation_html); } }, showConfirmationText: function(html) { var fields = this.form.querySelectorAll('.mimi_field'); for (var i = 0; i < fields.length; ++i) { fields[i].style['display'] = 'none'; } (this.form.querySelectorAll('fieldset')[0] || this.form).innerHTML = html; }, disableForm: function() { var elements = this.form.elements; for (var i = 0; i < elements.length; ++i) { elements[i].disabled = true; } }, updateSubmitButtonText: function(text) { this.submit.value = text; }, revalidateOnChange: function() { var fields = this.form.querySelectorAll(".mimi_field.required"), _this = this; var onTextFieldChange = function() { if (this.getAttribute('name') === 'signup[email]') { if (_this.validEmail.test(this.value)) _this.validate(); } else { if (this.value.length === 1) _this.validate(); } } for (var i = 0; i < fields.length; ++i) { var inputs = fields[i].getElementsByTagName('input'); for (var j = 0; j < inputs.length; ++j) { if (this.fieldType(fields[i]) === 'text_field') { inputs[j].onkeyup = onTextFieldChange; inputs[j].onchange = onTextFieldChange; } else { inputs[j].onchange = function(){ _this.validate() }; } } } } }); if (document.addEventListener) { document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", function() { new Mimi.Signups.EmbedValidation(); }); } else { window.attachEvent('onload', function() { new Mimi.Signups.EmbedValidation(); }); } })(this);

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