ADVENTURE RACE

*Rescheduled due to CoviD-19
24-25 October 2020*

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WHO ARE WE?

Thought Sports are a family team with extensive backgrounds in adventure and endurance sports primarily specialising in the skill of navigation. 

We provide navigation training for Adventure Racing, Rogaining and Orienteering and will now share our love of our local environment through Explore Gippsland Adventure Race. 

Rob Preston

Rob is currently ranked #1 in the Adventure Racing World Series, with the Swedish based Team Haglofs SILVA and is Australia's most successful Adventure Racer.  With over 25 expedition length race finishes including several Adventure Racing World Championships medals, Rob has built a reputation as one of the world's best navigators.

 

This hasn't happened overnight, rather a culmination of over 35 years of competition in Orienteering and Rogaining with national representation in 22 different countries. 

Kathryn Preston

Kathryn was a junior athletics star before turning her focus to orienteering. She competed in 6 World Championships and 2 World Games with a personal best placing of 5th in 2009 Sprint Distance, and has several national titles.

 

Kathryn has also achieved great results in Adventure Racing including XPD and Geoquest wins and Top 10 placings in the AR World Championships and 3 Godzone Adventure Races. 

Together Rob and Kathryn have explored the world through sport and know the components to creating a memorable and amazing experiences. 

 

WHERE ARE WE?

 
 

CONTACT US

ADDRESS

3/28 Kay St, Traralgon
Victoria 3844 Australia

contact Rob on 0403296516

We respectfully acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and custodians of the land and water on which all Australians rely.

 

We pay our respects to the Gunai Kurnai people, their Elders past, present and future, as Traditional Owners and the custodians of the land and water on which we enjoy exploring and sharing with our participants. 

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