Subaru Adventure Racing Series
The Subaru Adventure Racing Series was the first adventure race series in Canada. It was developed for Subaru Canada, who were a national television sponsor for the Eco-Challenge (10 day extreme race), and wanted a national grassroots event that could be linked with their dealers across the country. The series included 5-8 hour Enduro and 24-36 hour Overnight adventure races.
Merrell Outventure Races
The Merrell Outventure Series was created to help promote the new line of Merrell trail running footwear. It was an entry level 'adventure race' that could be completed in 2-3 hours; and participants could compete Solo or as teams of two. Events took place across Ontario in conjunction with Merrell retailers.
Eco-Challenge Canadian Championships
In 2002, the town of Golden, British Columbia, Canada, served as the Eco-Challenge regional qualifying race for North America. The top two Canadian, and a single US team would qualify to enter Eco-Challenge Fiji. This video was shot over the 5-day race, and was presented by the closing ceremonies.