Adventure racing wouldn’t happen without the volunteers that turn up race in, race out to do all the behind the scenes and front of house jobs that racers often take for granted. Volunteers are a special bunch that we treasure at SARS towers.
Perhaps your other half, brother/sister/mother/father or other keeps going on about this adventure racing thing and you’re curious to see what it’s really all about, then why not come along and see first hand. Helping with the running of a race can be a really fun and rewarding way of getting to know the ins and outs of how it all works and what on earth they keep gibbering away about when they come home all covered in mud.
The jobs are varied but can involve manning checkpoints, helping with results and scoring, assembling the kayak fleet or any number of other things. If you have a love for the outdoors and don’t mind getting stuck in to help solve problems but don’t feel ready to race yet, then volunteering as a marshal may be a great day out. To feel the race without doing the race, or maybe to support your friends on a sunny summer’s day, marshalling is great fun.
If you’d like to volunteer please email firstname.lastname@example.org