After a very successful debut last year, Adventure Sports Week is ready to return in 2010, bigger and better, and offering even more challenges for endurance athletes to conquer.
This year’s ASW is set to take place from June 4-13, and will once again be held in Farragut State Park, outside of beautiful Coeur d Alene, Idaho. Also like last year, the adventure racing double header of the Crux and the Crucible will be the center point of a week filled with all kinds of races, including triathlons, trail runs, mountain biking, and more.
But there will be plenty of new activities in 2010 as well, such as the Great North Woods Cyclocross, which promises a new challenge for cyclists. In addition to the already well established XTERRA Triathlon, ASW 2010 will play host to the new Bayview International & Sprint Triathlons, which will be run at Olympic and Sprint distances over a course that is described as being amongst the most scenic anywhere.
These items are just the tip of the ice berg for Adventure Sports Week. If you run, ride, or paddle, you’re sure to to find something to your liking, and if you do all three, then you’re really going to love it. Swing on by the new ASW website to get the lowdown on all the activities taking part in Idaho early in June.
Photo courtesy Rick McCharles of Best Hike.
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