Dear Storm'ers, 
 
Wishing you all a happy and healthy start to 2019!   We're very much looking forward to welcoming the adventure racing community back to the Highlands of Haliburton this May, when the 18th edition of Storm the Trent returns with all-new course designs.  Registration is already at over 50% of full capacity, and while last year's event didn't fill up until late March, you won't want to wait too long to get your spot secured at www.stormthetrent.com!  
 
We've got a fantastic weekend lined up for you once again, with some fun new features and racecourse twists that we can't wait to unveil!  While the course maps won't be released until Race Weekend, we do now have the racer information packages posted.  The handy documents provide all of the event details that you'll need to know before heading up, including the Race Day itineraries, course notes, gear lists and accommodations listings:   
 
Click here for the 'Hike' package (blue cover)
 
Click here for the 'Trek' package (red cover)
 
Click here for the 'Trek Elite' package (gray cover) 
 
 
Samples of our newest souvenir headgear designs are also now available - these will be waiting for your at Check-In!  You can click here for a better view of what they look like.
   
 
 
Our Newest Event! 
   
It's been 10 years since we last launched an all-new Storm Racing event, and while this one isn't an adventure race, we're pretty excited about what we've cooked up!
 
Introducing Trail Fix - a 110km point-to-point trail run relay for teams of four, featuring 10 distinct stages designed to suit all runner types, by blending together Southern Ontario's widest imaginable range of mixed-terrain trail systems.
 
Over 90% of the race follows trail routes, but the terrain and trail elements vary completely from stage to stage.  Be it escarpment ridge running, wide open meadows, countryside rail trail, technical rock-hopping or smooth rolling singletrack, each Trail Fix stage offers an experience that is totally unique from the next.
   
Teams are entirely free to divvy up the stages as they see fit, with a typical course breakdown ranging between 22 to 32 kilometres per runner.  Teams caravan themselves between six transition points to alternate runners, moving their team vehicle across from the start to the finish, where beer, BBQ and lots of post-race chilling and chatter await!  
 
Full details are available at www.trailfix.ca  Hope that you'll check it out!  
 
As always, please feel free to contact us at info@stormevents.ca should you have any questions.   Happy training!

Your Storm Racing Team     
 
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