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The North American Adventure Racing Series (NAARS) is proud to announce that the 2014 NAARS National Championship will be produced by Race Director Andy Magnus of ENDRacing in North Dakota. This Legendary Adventure Race will be a 30 to 36 hour test of fortitude in the Badland’s, ND, featuring some of America’s most breathtaking landscapes. Andy and his ENDRacing team joined the North American Ad venture Racing Series with the inclusion of multiple races in the 2013 season. The END racing team is committed to bringing serious adventure racing to the Great Plains. The small organization is made up of some of the best racers in the USA, and brings their wealth of knowledge to designing amazing courses. The END (Extreme North Dakota) concept began with the hosting of North Dakota’s first ever Adventure Race back in 2007.
The 2014 North American Adventure Racing Series will include 80 races from coast to coast in the U.S. along with a collection of races in Canada. The platform will include Regional Championships in Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, Midwest, West, and Canada. NAARS is currently accepting bids for each of the Regional Championships for the 2014 season. Series Founder Doug Crytzer says he is “Thrilled to be working with Andy and his organization to offer adventure racers a National Championship in a location that will challenge and “wow” participants with its beauty and terrain.”