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Participants pack a month’s worth of adventure into a morning  March 21, 2014, San Luis Obispo – The popular Checkpoint Challenge (formerly known as the Central Coast Adventure Challenge Sprint) is set to begin at 9:00 am on Saturday, April 12 at Santa Margarita Lake. Participants will navigate themselves on course, paddle kayaks in the lake, ride single track on…

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Participants Will Travel Over 80 Miles By Bike, Foot, Kayak, and Rope in Course of Day  March 21, 2014, San Luis Obispo – The 10th Annual Dawn to Dusk All Out Adventure is set to begin at 7:00 am on Saturday, May 10th in Goleta. Participants will navigate themselves on course, paddle kayaks in the ocean, ride through Santa Barbara…

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We’ve been working with two interns this Spring, and their energy is phenomenal. We’re not exactly old fogeys ourselves, but college students are bright, enthusiastic, and they’re very much up on new trends and techonology (and quick to adopt it). I cannot stress not only finding good interns but appreciating them and working to help them get where they want…

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As you may, or may not, know, we were recently granted permits to host our ninth annual Dawn to Dusk race in the Santa Barbara area. Not only is the race in a new area, but we were able to swing a point to point course: it is a truly classic adventure race format. One of the best parts of…

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All Out Events was established in August 2010 as a for profit limited liability corporation in San Luis Obispo, CA. Prior to that it was a sole proprietorship. Its focus is on human-powered outdoor events and its lineup for 2014 will include two adventure races, an obstacle course race, and a triathlon. Other opportunities to work with partner events will…

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January 1, 2014, San Luis Obispo – After ten years of adventure sports race production on the central coast and nationally, All Out Events owners Kristin and Yishai Horowitz have self-published an event production gui de. The book is available on Amazon and other markets in both paper and Kindle form. After a few years assisting others in project and…

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For those following the rise and fall of OCR (obstacle course racing): OCR didn’t come from nowhere – traditional adventure racing (AR) came up and saw the same growth and support in about the same time frame as OCR is (but with much smaller numbers of participants). Joe Desena of Spartan was a part of that world, as well. Here’s…

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Four years ago, we finally decided to act on a permit we’d submitted to the city of San Luis Obispo years ago but didn’t follow through on, and the Mud Mash was born. When we did it, we didn’t have a really solid idea of what we were doing with it. Was it a boot-camp style event that was growing…

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We put together a really beautiful batch of images of the buildout today that you can see on our Facebook page. And, we made a little timelapse video of building the cargo crawl:

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So we actually read the surveys we send out after events, and everyone mentions not feeling like they know how to execute the six foot wall. We are happy to oblige. Kristin (in black): Event producer and author of this blog Yishai (shirtless): Event director, course and obstacle designer Kelsey (in tutu): Volunteer coordinator, kayak mover, and all around excellent…

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