Utah '95
New England '95
British Columbia '96
Australia '97
Morocco '98
Argentina '99
Sabah, Malaysian Borneo 2000
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Morocco '98
The course in Morocco consisted of mountain biking, canyoneering, camel riding, sea kayaking, mountaineering, horseback riding, and coasteering. Team Stray Dogs (USA) finished the race in 10th place overall, clocking a time of 8 days, 2 hrs, and 11 min.
Patagonia, Argentina '99
In what most people consider to be the most spectacular Eco-Challenge to date, Stray Dogs finished in 19th place in a time of 7 days, 8 hrs, and 58 min. Disciplines included lake kayaking, horse back riding, trekking, mountaineering, and whitewater kayaking.
Sabah, Malaysian Borneo 2000 Team Stray Dogs (in Borneo known as Team Tactel Ispira), overcame an early capsize of its purahu sailboat on day one, to finish the adventure Racing World Championship in 12th place. The race included, jungle trekking, whitewater swimming, open ocean paddling in outrigger canoes, white water paddling in native sampan canoes and mountain biking.
New Zealand 2001
The 2001 Eco-Challenge will take place in the "Southern Alps" on the south island of New Zealand in October of 2001. The disciplines will include mountain biking mountaineering white water and ocean paddling and is once again proclaimed as the World Championship of expedition distance adventure racing. The Stray Dogs will prove to be competitive for the 8th
Eco Challenge.



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