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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🔴 Sound ON, Volume UP! 🔊⏫. This is ITERA Scotland, 2019 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴.

Teams took on a 600km course with 13,000m ascent, by pedal, paddle and foot. 🎵Stomp your foot to the music and re-live an epic adventure over some of the most spectacular and remote parts of Scotland.

🙌 Big shout to all the teams, volunteers and staff who made this event!

😁The race might have finished but the stories shared will last for a lifetime.

🌍 ITERA 2019 was part of ARWS - Adventure Racing World Series.

#Adventureracing #ITERA2019 #Scotland
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Awesome Race!!! Huge thank you Open Adventure

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The ITERA Expedition Race attracted 37 international teams from 12 nations to Scotland for the latest round of the 2019 Adventure Racing World Series and they travelled from as far as Brazil and South Africa to race in the wild mountain terrain of the Highlands.

The scenery, the weather and the course lived up to all their expectations. After 565km of racing, on a course designed to challenge both the world’s best and novice teams, all but 3 teams crossed the finish line, but only 2 teams were ranked as ‘Full Course’.  

Lozere Team2raid of France took the win in a time of 93 hours 38 minutes and claimed a free place in the 2020 AR World Championships (details of which will be announced very shortly).  In second place was Team SWECO of Sweden in 108 hours 04 minutes, with Team Endurancelife of the UK finishing third overall by topping the ‘Short Course’ rankings in a time of 108 hours 05 minutes.

Lozere Team2raid were lead by Nicolas Rambier, who has twice been on ARWS winning teams before (in France and Chile) and the team included Benjamin Monier, Camille Defer and Maxime Brajon.
   
On the finish line in Inverness city centre Monier said, “It was a good, tough race and we think Scotland is a perfect place for adventure racing.  The landscape was amazing and we had every kind of weather.  We raced well, especially with Camille who was with us for the first time and is only 25.”

The team kept the title in France, taking over from Team FMR who won ITERA Ireland and were late withdrawals this time due to injury. It was a strong performance from France all around with 5 teams finishing and with Adeorun Adventure taking the ‘Masters’ category in 7th place and the Adeorun Young Team taking the ‘Youth’ category as well.

Crossing the finish line Maxime Brajon was overcome, with his head in his hands and shedding tears of elation and relief. Monier explained, “Max had a very difficult time on the last night. We had to stop many times for short sleeps so we could keep going to the finish. It was really tough.” 
The final push for the finish line had taken all they had to give after sleeping only a few hours in the whole race and competing closely with SWECO and Team Columbia Vidaraid in a hard fought race.  All three teams lead for significant periods but it was the French team who finished the strongest and made the least mistakes.

The course they completed offered a grand tour of iconic Scottish locations, mountains and landscapes.  From the start at the magnificent Dunrobin Castle teams paddled to the Glenmorangie Distillery and after riding right across the country some were scaling the unforgettable summit of Suilven by sunset on the first day.

A sea kayak on the West coast was weather affected forcing teams into difficult and long portages and some had to turn back and be rerouted when the wind became too strong.  Over 5 days of continuous racing they visited several castles, the Pharaoh canyon, crossed the most remote area of the whole highlands, rafted and paddled down the River Garry and finished riding alongside Loch Ness in the Great Glen. There were storms and a night of heavy rain as well as sunshine and vivid sunsets over epic mountain and coastal views. Typical Scottish weather in fact!

The course was designed to move teams to the finish on the 5th and final day and they could opt to short course by missing some sections and taking time penalties to manage their own race and achieve as much they felt capable of.  

This made it a very tactical race and allowed some novice teams who made smart decisions to finish high up the rankings, and the mentored ‘Endurancelife Development Team’ with two novice racers, to finish 4th overall.   
At the end of an emotional final day 34 out of 37 starting teams crossed the finish line, all with 5 full days of racing behind them and memories and experiences of Scotland which they will never forget. 

Open AdventureSleepmonsters - The Adventure Racing Website

#arws #arworldseries

The ITERA Expedition Race attracted 37 international teams from 12 nations to Scotland for the latest round of the 2019 Adventure Racing World Series and they travelled from as far as Brazil and South Africa to race in the wild mountain terrain of the Highlands.

The scenery, the weather and the course lived up to all their expectations. After 565km of racing, on a course designed to challenge both the world’s best and novice teams, all but 3 teams crossed the finish line, but only 2 teams were ranked as ‘Full Course’.

Lozere Team2raid of France took the win in a time of 93 hours 38 minutes and claimed a free place in the 2020 AR World Championships (details of which will be announced very shortly). In second place was Team SWECO of Sweden in 108 hours 04 minutes, with Team Endurancelife of the UK finishing third overall by topping the ‘Short Course’ rankings in a time of 108 hours 05 minutes.

Lozere Team2raid were lead by Nicolas Rambier, who has twice been on ARWS winning teams before (in France and Chile) and the team included Benjamin Monier, Camille Defer and Maxime Brajon.

On the finish line in Inverness city centre Monier said, “It was a good, tough race and we think Scotland is a perfect place for adventure racing. The landscape was amazing and we had every kind of weather. We raced well, especially with Camille who was with us for the first time and is only 25.”

The team kept the title in France, taking over from Team FMR who won ITERA Ireland and were late withdrawals this time due to injury. It was a strong performance from France all around with 5 teams finishing and with Adeorun Adventure taking the ‘Masters’ category in 7th place and the Adeorun Young Team taking the ‘Youth’ category as well.

Crossing the finish line Maxime Brajon was overcome, with his head in his hands and shedding tears of elation and relief. Monier explained, “Max had a very difficult time on the last night. We had to stop many times for short sleeps so we could keep going to the finish. It was really tough.”
The final push for the finish line had taken all they had to give after sleeping only a few hours in the whole race and competing closely with SWECO and Team Columbia Vidaraid in a hard fought race. All three teams lead for significant periods but it was the French team who finished the strongest and made the least mistakes.

The course they completed offered a grand tour of iconic Scottish locations, mountains and landscapes. From the start at the magnificent Dunrobin Castle teams paddled to the Glenmorangie Distillery and after riding right across the country some were scaling the unforgettable summit of Suilven by sunset on the first day.

A sea kayak on the West coast was weather affected forcing teams into difficult and long portages and some had to turn back and be rerouted when the wind became too strong. Over 5 days of continuous racing they visited several castles, the Pharaoh canyon, crossed the most remote area of the whole highlands, rafted and paddled down the River Garry and finished riding alongside Loch Ness in the Great Glen. There were storms and a night of heavy rain as well as sunshine and vivid sunsets over epic mountain and coastal views. Typical Scottish weather in fact!

The course was designed to move teams to the finish on the 5th and final day and they could opt to short course by missing some sections and taking time penalties to manage their own race and achieve as much they felt capable of.

This made it a very tactical race and allowed some novice teams who made smart decisions to finish high up the rankings, and the mentored ‘Endurancelife Development Team’ with two novice racers, to finish 4th overall.
At the end of an emotional final day 34 out of 37 starting teams crossed the finish line, all with 5 full days of racing behind them and memories and experiences of Scotland which they will never forget.

Open AdventureSleepmonsters - The Adventure Racing Website

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“The Pantanal ARWC would be one of my most treasured Adventure Racing experiences. Without a doubt, it’s the remotest I have ever been in an event, in part of the planet very people have been or will go. I remember an extraordinary adventure with my team, just us and the wilderness, coexisting with thousands of creatures. For me it was an Adventure Race with no comparison, it took things to a new level” Nathan Faavae, winner & 6 x Adventure Racing World Champion

4 years ago, the Adventure Racing World Championship was hosted in the Pantanal, a vast wetland in the heart of South America. The region is around 210,000 square kilometres in size, has almost no roads, few inhabitants, a humid tropical climate and is bursting with wildlife, some of it potentially dangerous. 

The trip to the start line was 12 hours overnight on 3 navy boats as it was staged in an area with virtually no infrastructure. (The race organisation and media were on another river boat for the first 4 days of the race and light planes were used to access the course later in the race.)

NZL Seagate (now Avaya) lead the race all the way to record another victory when they paddled under the finish arch in a time of 6 day 16 hours and 44 minutes with two Swedish teams behind them, Team Haglöfs Silva and the Swedish Armed Forces Adventure Team. The other full course finishers were Vidaraid Adventure Team and Estonian ACE Adventure Team, who proved at this race they were a force of the future. 

All of the teams which took part had an experience they will never forget, and probably never come close to repeating. ARWC Pantanal was a one-off, a race for the record books and one which really took expedition adventure racing into unknown territory.

4 Days to Go until we announce the location of the 2020 Adventure Racing World Championship (ARWC). 

Huairasinchi
Raid in France
Geocentric Outdoors
Adventure Race Croatia
ARJ
Kinetic Events Africa
Bend Racing
Open Adventure
Nordic Islands Adventure Race
Raid Gallaecia
Expedición Guaraní  
Xtrail Expedition
PC12 Adventure Race
Adventureracemalaysia
Sleepmonsters - The Adventure Racing Website
Eco Challenge

#arws #arworldseries #arwc #arworldchampionship #arwc2020

“The Pantanal ARWC would be one of my most treasured Adventure Racing experiences. Without a doubt, it’s the remotest I have ever been in an event, in part of the planet very people have been or will go. I remember an extraordinary adventure with my team, just us and the wilderness, coexisting with thousands of creatures. For me it was an Adventure Race with no comparison, it took things to a new level” Nathan Fa'avae, winner & 6 x Adventure Racing World Champion

4 years ago, the Adventure Racing World Championship was hosted in the Pantanal, a vast wetland in the heart of South America. The region is around 210,000 square kilometres in size, has almost no roads, few inhabitants, a humid tropical climate and is bursting with wildlife, some of it potentially dangerous.

The trip to the start line was 12 hours overnight on 3 navy boats as it was staged in an area with virtually no infrastructure. (The race organisation and media were on another river boat for the first 4 days of the race and light planes were used to access the course later in the race.)

NZL Seagate (now Avaya) lead the race all the way to record another victory when they paddled under the finish arch in a time of 6 day 16 hours and 44 minutes with two Swedish teams behind them, Team Haglöfs Silva and the Swedish Armed Forces Adventure Team. The other full course finishers were Vidaraid Adventure Team and Estonian ACE Adventure Team, who proved at this race they were a force of the future.

All of the teams which took part had an experience they will never forget, and probably never come close to repeating. ARWC Pantanal was a one-off, a race for the record books and one which really took expedition adventure racing into unknown territory.

4 Days to Go until we announce the location of the 2020 Adventure Racing World Championship (ARWC).

Huairasinchi
Raid in France
Geocentric Outdoors
Adventure Race Croatia
ARJ
Kinetic Events Africa
Bend Racing
Open Adventure
Nordic Islands Adventure Race
Raid Gallaecia
Expedición Guaraní
Xtrail Expedition
PC12 Adventure Race
Adventureracemalaysia
Sleepmonsters - The Adventure Racing Website
Eco Challenge

#arws #arworldseries #arwc #arworldchampionship #arwc2020
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Huhuuu.... CP 17 show!

Sólo de imaginar caminar por esos humedales , sentirte observando por la naturaleza salvaje.. Divino 😍

And Patagônia RAID 2020

5 Days to Go … until we announce the location and dates of the 2020 Adventure Racing World Championship (ARWC2020). To celebrate, we are going to count down by reliving some of the incredible moments of the last 5 World Championship Races. 

In 2014, AR World Championship saw teams head to Ecuador to tackle an epic 700km course. The course covered all types of extremes. Up to 4,500m in the Andes, through the Amazon jungle, from the Southern to Northern Hemispheres and finally down to the tropical beaches of the Pacific Ocean.

Team New Zealand Seagate (now Avaya)
 crossed the finish line in first position to become the Adventure Racing World Champions of 2014, after 4.5 days of racing.  As a team this was their second world championship win, having previously won the championship in France in 2012.  Second place was Vidaraid Adventure Team 4:30 hours behind, notching up another 2nd place to match their second at the previous AR World Championship 2013. The excitement through the country of Ecuador however was palpable as their home team, Ecuador Movistar, carried their national pride across the line to take the third place podium position.  

As with any race, there are many stories that lived on in the memories of all who attended. Perhaps the most famous was that of Arthur, an Ecuadorian street dog who attached himself a Swedish team and now lives in Sweden. He has inspired a foundation to help other Ecuadorian street dogs. 

Huairasinchi
Raid in France
Geocentric Outdoors
Adventure Race Croatia
ARJ
Kinetic Events Africa
Bend Racing
Open Adventure
Nordic Islands Adventure Race
Raid Gallaecia
Expedition Africa Lovers
Expedición Guaraní
Xtrail Expedition
PC12 Adventure Race
Adventureracemalaysia
Eco Challenge
Lindnord & Arthur Venture and Society

#arws #arworldseries #arwc #arworldchampionship #arwc2020

5 Days to Go … until we announce the location and dates of the 2020 Adventure Racing World Championship (ARWC2020). To celebrate, we are going to count down by reliving some of the incredible moments of the last 5 World Championship Races.

In 2014, AR World Championship saw teams head to Ecuador to tackle an epic 700km course. The course covered all types of extremes. Up to 4,500m in the Andes, through the Amazon jungle, from the Southern to Northern Hemispheres and finally down to the tropical beaches of the Pacific Ocean.

Team New Zealand Seagate (now Avaya)
crossed the finish line in first position to become the Adventure Racing World Champions of 2014, after 4.5 days of racing. As a team this was their second world championship win, having previously won the championship in France in 2012. Second place was Vidaraid Adventure Team 4:30 hours behind, notching up another 2nd place to match their second at the previous AR World Championship 2013. The excitement through the country of Ecuador however was palpable as their home team, Ecuador Movistar, carried their national pride across the line to take the third place podium position.

As with any race, there are many stories that lived on in the memories of all who attended. Perhaps the most famous was that of Arthur, an Ecuadorian street dog who attached himself a Swedish team and now lives in Sweden. He has inspired a foundation to help other Ecuadorian street dogs.

Huairasinchi
Raid in France
Geocentric Outdoors
Adventure Race Croatia
ARJ
Kinetic Events Africa
Bend Racing
Open Adventure
Nordic Islands Adventure Race
Raid Gallaecia
Expedition Africa Lovers
Expedición Guaraní
Xtrail Expedition
PC12 Adventure Race
Adventureracemalaysia
Eco Challenge
Lindnord & Arthur Venture and Society

#arws #arworldseries #arwc #arworldchampionship #arwc2020
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4 Days to go until the 2020 Adventure Racing World Championships in announced. Below we remember 2015 - “The Pantanal ARWC would be one of my most treasured Adventure Racing experiences. Without a doubt, it’s the remotest I have ever been in an event, in part of the planet very people have been or will go. I remember an extraordinary adventure with my team, just us and the wilderness, coexisting with thousands of creatures. For me it was an Adventure Race with no comparison, it took things to a new level” Nathan Faavae, winner & 6 x Adventure Racing World Champion

4 Days to go until the 2020 Adventure Racing World Championships in announced. Below we remember 2015 - “The Pantanal ARWC would be one of my most treasured Adventure Racing experiences. Without a doubt, it’s the remotest I have ever been in an event, in part of the planet very people have been or will go. I remember an extraordinary adventure with my team, just us and the wilderness, coexisting with thousands of creatures. For me it was an Adventure Race with no comparison, it took things to a new level” Nathan Fa'avae, winner & 6 x Adventure Racing World Champion ... See MoreSee Less

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The count down is on .... 5 days until we find out where the Adventure Racing World Championship is heading in 2020! Bring it on. Great memories here from the ARWC 2014 in Ecuador.

The count down is on .... 5 days until we find out where the Adventure Racing World Championship is heading in 2020! Bring it on. Great memories here from the ARWC 2014 in Ecuador. ... See MoreSee Less

In a true testament to the kinsmanship of the competitors who race XPD, multiple people who participated in XPD Edition 1 - Broken Hill, are helping plan the course for XPD 2020, Rivers of Gold. This video has been dragged out of the archives as a tribute to those who competed in this first epic challenge with a special mention to Nigel Aylott and Greg Parr, who will always be missed. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Nothing like a little portage to mix it up. 🙄

Adam Carter is that a young you I see?

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Hal Warren

When are you coming back for another one Muz?

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While created for the ARWC 2011, most of the footage taken in this video was from XPD Cairns 2010. Fittingly, XPD 2020, Rivers of Gold, is heading to similar terrain. Entries Open October 17th - learn more at xpd.com.au ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Hi Rae we need a girl to enter a team keen

A very diverse range of landscapes up there.

Deanna Blegg Sharon Blegg Clare Weatherly 😃😃😃😃 here we go! 😻😻

Cairns - toughest race I've ever done

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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 - live.trackmelive.com.au/wheres-jay/ ... See MoreSee Less

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'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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