7 Hills 3 Rivers Adventure Race
Register NOW for 2011 7 Hills 3 Rivers Adventure Race!
To learn about the 2011 7 Hills 3 Rivers Adventure Race and register to participate, visit www.7hills3rivers.net
This year's event is set for Saturday, Sept. 24, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Downtown Rome.
This year, the event includes a Family Challenge Adventure Race for children ages 7-14 and their adventurous parents. The course features a one-mile run, four-mile bike, one-mile paddle and a cross-river swim--plus a lot of mud!
As always the adults will tackle a challenging course in which they will scale all seven of Rome's famous hills and travel on all three of her rivers, covering 12 miles on bike, five miles on foot and four miles by boat. Learn more and register NOW!
Click on the video below to learn about CRBI's wildest fundraiser.
Video production courtesy of Susan Berry and Isee Marketing Group. E-mail Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org
2010 Race Biggest & Best Yet!
On Sept. 25, 140 adventure racers tackled CRBI's 7 Hills 3 Rivers Adventure Race course through downtown Rome. This wild run-bike-paddle race covering more than 21 miles put them through the city's secret back alleys, hidden woodlands and beautiful wetlands and left them muddy, exhausted and exhilarated. The fastest finishers completed the race in a little over four hours. For complete listing of finishers visit
100-plus adventurers meet challenge of high water in Adventure Race
High water, swift moving currents and muddy floodplains highlighted CRBI's 7 Hills 3 Rivers Adventure Race held Sept. 26, just five days after torrential rains soaked North Georgia. The record rains made for a muddy course that included a Burwell Creek floodplain thigh-deep in water, a rain-swollen Silver Creek, Etowah and Coosa rivers and more fun...and grueling challenges than you could shake a rain stick at. Despite these challenges, the racers persevered to post impressive times. The fastest finishers completed the course in about three hours.The course included more than four miles of running, nine miles of cycling and three miles of paddling.Some 100 people competed in the event that helped raise funds for CRBI's education, advocacy, water monitoring and restoration programs.
2009 Results & Photos
1st Place Men's Division: Team Gut Check from Flowery Branch
2nd Place in Men's Division: Three Average White Guys
1st Place Women's Division: Team No Y
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