Event Organizer: Bob Miller
I've been involved with multisport racing for the past 12 years, initially as a participant, then as a coach, and now an event director. As a competitor, I began with a few marathons & triathlons, but switched to adventure racing in 1998. To date, I've participated in hundreds of adventure races, including over 30 international expedition-length events. This allows me to draw from a vast array of experiences when creating courses and organizing events. I've designed over 35 adventure race and multisport courses throughout Ontario, including; the 4-Day 2006 National Adventure Racing Championships, the 2-Day Keen Adventure Sports Games, as well as numerous events for both Frontier Adventure Racing and Adventure Racing Canada. I also organize the Snowshoe Raid, which is part of the DONTGETLOST Adventure Running Series (adventurerunning.ca) and Logs Rocks and Steel (www.logsrocksandsteel.com) a multisport race in Muskoka.
Assistant Race Director: Barb Campbell
Barb has paddled, trekked, skied and biked in wild places from the High Arctic to Nepal. Addicted to adventure racing and orienteering since 2002, she is captain and navigator of the Tree Huggers and has competed in over one hundred adventure events ranging from expedition races to mountain marathons. Barb has acted as course designer and race director for a range of navigation events and has worked on Wilderness Traverse since its inception in 2010.
Event Photographer: Luis Moreira
Beginning his career in the early days of Canadian adventure racing Luis has covered numerous adventure events around the world. Over the years he's been involved with events like the Eco-Challenge NAC, numerous Primal Quests and various Adventure Racing World Champs to name a few. His focus has also expanded into ultra running events such as the Rock & Ice Ultra, other multi sport events and even expedition rally racing. During this journey he started working with Breathe Magazine as a photographer and their photo editor. Luis is committed to staying true to his extreme & intimate photography style. To see some of Luis' amazing work, feel free to visit his website: www.luismoreira.ca
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