Land Rover G4 Challenge entries called

Land Rover G4 Challenge entries called

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Do you have the mental and physical strength to enter the ultimate global race? If so, there is still time to apply for the free-to-enter Land Rover G4 Challenge – the adventure of a lifetime that combines off-road driving with kayaking, mountain biking, abseiling, climbing and orienteering across some of the most remote and extreme terrains in the world.

International Selections take place early next year, but you’ll need to have your entry in before the end of September. Successful two-strong teams (made up of the best male and best female competitors) who make it through will then battle against teams from 17 other countries over the gruelling three-week Challenge Finals in one of the most sparsely populated countries on the planet — Mongolia. A blend of terrain offering arid steppes, mountains and the extreme climate of one of the world’s largest deserts, the Gobi, makes Mongolia the ultimate test.

The 2008/09 Land Rover G4 Challenge programme is run in support of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.  This partnership aims to generate in excess of NZ$3m over the course of the next two challenges. The winning team will receive a Land Rover to donate to their National Society.

Log on to www.landroverG4challenge.com for more information.

land-rover-g4-challenge

Do you have the mental and physical strength to enter the ultimate global race? If so, there is still time to apply for the free-to-enter Land Rover G4 Challenge – the adventure of a lifetime that combines off-road driving with kayaking, mountain biking, abseiling, climbing and orienteering across some of the most remote and extreme terrains in the world.

International Selections take place early next year, but you’ll need to have your entry in before the end of September. Successful two-strong teams (made up of the best male and best female competitors) who make it through will then battle against teams from 17 other countries over the gruelling three-week Challenge Finals in one of the most sparsely populated countries on the planet — Mongolia. A blend of terrain offering arid steppes, mountains and the extreme climate of one of the world’s largest deserts, the Gobi, makes Mongolia the ultimate test.

The 2008/09 Land Rover G4 Challenge programme is run in support of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.  This partnership aims to generate in excess of NZ$3m over the course of the next two challenges. The winning team will receive a Land Rover to donate to their National Society.

Log on to www.landroverG4challenge.com for more information.

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