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Rev 3 and Challenge Family announce Regional Championships

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Rev 3 and Challenge Family Race Series are joining forces and have announced  the Challenge Americas Championships, to be held at Challenge Knoxville, Tennessee in May 2016.

The Championships encompasses all 13 half and full distance Challenge Family races in North, South and Central America. Qualifying for the Championships will start at Challenge Knoxville on May 17, 2015.

To celebrate the launch of the first qualifying race of the Championships, Challenge Knoxville 2015 will offer all athletes who register for the race a 50 per cent discount off a second entry for a friend. This special offer is available until  November 30 and equates to two half distance entries for just $382.50.

Throughout the year, professional and age group athletes will have the opportunity to qualify in the US at:

Challenge Knoxville

Challenge Quassy

Challenge Williamsburg

Challenge Atlantic City

Challenge Pocono Mountains

Challenge Maine

Challenge Rancho Cordova

Challenge Florida

Canadian qualifiers are:

Challenge Penticton

Challenge St Andrews

The central American qualifier will be be Challenge Ixtapa in Mexico  and Challenge Florianopolis will be the South American qualifier. The regional championships announcement was accompanied by confirmation that all Challenge Family races in the Americas will feature consistent prize money across all races.

Challenge Family CEO, Zibi Szlufcik said the Challenge Americas Championships was an exciting development for athletes in the region. “With 13 races throughout the Americas and an outstanding championship venue in Knoxville, athletes will enjoy a quality race series, culminating in a grand finale and the prestige of calling themselves regional champion. Challenge Knoxville 2015 will be a test event for the 2016 Championships and all athletes are invited to test this beautiful course.”

He added, “We’re also delighted to be able to confirm a pro field with prize money at every race. We’ve had many requests for this and are extremely happy to be able to offer our valued athletes with a strong series of races paying 10 deep throughout the Americas region.”

Challenge Americas board member, Charlie Patten said, “We are excited for the 2015 Challenge Americas Age Group series and Championship race! The hard work of amateur athletes often goes un-noticed and this is our chance to celebrate all athletes. From the working mothers to the retired grandparents and everyone in between, now we get to celebrate your amazing accomplishments!”

Full details of prize money, both for the series and the Championship final will be released shortly.

For more information, visit: challenge-familyusa.com



From Press Release