Check In Registration For AR Malaysia
Location : Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
9 - 16 July 2023 AR Malaysia Qualifying World Series (500KM ++)
(RACE DAY 11-15 JULY 2023)
Registration CHECK-IN HOTEL: 8 - 10 July 2023
Gear Check : 10 July 2023
Special Competency Check (Tree Climbing) : 10 July 2023
Open Ceremony Dinner :10 July 2023
Race Briefing : 11 July 2023
Flag off Race Ceremony : 11 July 2023
Closing Ceremony : 15 July 2023
16 July 2023 : Pack & Go / City Tour / Hotel / Airport
(REGISTRATION and FEES
The registration will open on the 11 NOV 2022
The registration is complete once the team pays the fees.
Early bird entry: valid from 11 NOV 2022 until 31 DEC 2022
(RM 8,000 Local Team and USD 3200 International Team)
Standard starting fee: 1 January 2023 until 31 May 2023
(RM12,000 Local Team and USD 3800 International Team).
LAST DAY REGISTRATION : 1 APRIL 2023
By bank transfer only. Any bank fees to be paid by the sender – so the amount invoiced is the amount recieved. Pay USD 1000 as deposit, and end of Feb 2023 for balance full amount.
- race organization
- race bibs
- race T-shirt
- 3 boxes for transitions ( approx. 100 Liters each)
- live GPS tracking
- kayaks for kayak sections
- ropes for ropes sections
- transfer of bikes and gear
- closing ceremony lunch
- open ceremony dinner
- 3 nights stay at Official Hotel (Twin Sharing)
- International Team (Airport Pickup and Return)
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org / via WhatApps at 012-3253198 (Brandon)
REGISTER HERE :
Adventure Racing World Series Rules of Competition
Download – here: https://arworldseries.com/resources/
Team of 4 members of any combination (males and or females) only mixed teams of four with at least one member being female will be eligible for the ARWS World Ranking, Asia Ranking and Malaysia Ranking Point system
-Adventure racing is a multi-discipline endurance sport where competitors compete in teams, navigating from control point to control point in a number of disciplines.
-Disciplines include: mountain biking, trekking, technical ropes, tubing and orienteering.
-Teams are expected to navigate using a map and landmarks.
-Teams must be able to operate in harsh remote environments in all weather conditions.
-Teams travel throughout the night. They can decide if, when and where to rest.
-The first team to complete the whole course, with all the control points visited will be declared the winner.
-Teams are required to complete the entire distance together (always within hearing and visual distance of each other -100meter is the maximum), helping and assisting each other.
-Teamwork and team dynamics are essential. A detailed understanding of your teammates and of your own capabilities is essential.
At least two members of the team must be capable of navigating by compass and map during the day and night. The team must be able to orientate a map, identify grid references on a map, take a bearing between two points on a map, and understand the impact of magnetic declination.
- The teams must be able to describe what your team will do if it became lost.
- At least one member of the team must hold a minimum qualification of Level One First Aid.
- All team members must be suitably competent in all the disciplines included in the event as specified by the race organizer and be able to complete the event without any assistance from any person other than their own team members.
- Swim 100 m of any stroke with PFD /LIfeJacket
- Teams must able to do cycling, tubing, technical ropes and trail running
By entering this event, teams acknowledge that they are competent in all skills as stated above to complete such an event.
Gear Box Supply by Organiser
Life Jacket / PFD - Not provided by Organiser.
Paddle- bring own Paddle Gear or wet suits you will have to have a bag for them and we will transport it for you to the beginning of paddle stages. Only things allowed in paddle bags are things related to water activities - no food, water or extra clothes
This is a standard ARWS mandatory gear list. Items marked with red X are not mandatory for this race.
- Mountain Bike
- Technical Rope Section (Abseiling & Crossing & Tree Climbing)
Teams will copy route on to maps from a master map as Expedition progresses. Information on this will be given at briefing.
Google maps / Garmin Basecamp Maps may also be supplied for navigation on certain legs.
Waterproofing of maps is essential.
Stationary to prepare route on map is needed.
Maps will not be replaced if team misplaces maps
OUTDOOR PRINCIPLE and WASTE MANAGEMENT
The Seven Principles of Leave No Trace provide an easily understood framework of minimum impact practices for anyone visiting the outdoors.
Click for the Leave No Trace - Outdoor Principle
- Any hotel in Kuala Lumpur City Centre
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Finisher medals will only be awarded to runners, upon completion of race within cut off time.
Registered participants who do not turn up in person on Race Day will be disqualified and will not be entitled to a finisher medal
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