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Twenty-four hour racers will head to the Canmore Nordic Center in the Rocky Mountains of Canada for...
Twenty-four hour racers will head to the Canmore Nordic Center in the Rocky Mountains of Canada for the 24 hours of Adrenalin World Championships this weekend on July 26-27. For its 10th edition, the championship race is returning to its roots - the site of the first championship event. 200 solo racers and 1,450 team racers are expected to compete on a fan-friendly, athlete-challenging figure-eight course.
Among those registered are Tinker Juarez (Monaviecannondale.com), Gary Buxton (Rebound), Craig Peacock (Flight Center), Leighton Poidevin (Banff Lodging Co.), Johnny Waddell (Santa Cruz Syndicate), Gavin Rossouw (Specialized), Wendy Skean (Hammer Nutrition) and Margie Smith (Wilson Mountain Sports.