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The Boohai, Adventure Rogaine Weekend, 2008 results here
Welcome to the homepage of The Boohai Adventure Rogaining Weekend, a new event on the Rogaine calendar. The inaugural Boohai was held on the East Coast in March 2008. Over 50 competitors from around the North Island explored the varied terrain around the scenic gem of Anaura Bay. For more information check out the "news" section.
Keep an eye out for the 2009 event, to be held at some other wild and wonderful location. These events don't happen twice!
"The Boohai" originating from the old kiwi saying, "where the hella you been?...up the Boohai shooting Pukekos with a long handled shovel" is going to be an annual North Island Rogaine event moving around to various out of the way and unique places where nobody has ever rogained before. It's about the adventure!
The Boohai consists of two races, 8 hours on the first day, 5 on the second, with an overnight campsite recommended for the Saturday night. The races provide challenging, enjoyable and social experiences for everyone from beginners to experienced athletes.
Latest NewsConsider yourself boohaied!
3 March 2008
The inaugural Boohai, is done and dusted. Thanks to the fifty rogainers who journeyed from around the North Island to make the event a great success!
Spare seat from Waikato anyone and rules clarification
26 February 2008
A couple of final things.....
Final Information - Ready to Go?
21 February 2008
The inaugural Boohai is almost upon us. We are looking forward to meeting you all, and watching you explore the awesome areas we have sorted out for the event, everything you need to know follows...
The Boohai update and FAQ
8 February 2008
Earlybird entry for the inaugural Boohai is nearly upon us (15th Feb), but in the meantime the organisers are out in the hills getting things sorted! Also check for FAQ and details about accomodation.
4 January 2008
Entries have opened for the inaugural Boohai: Adventure Rogaine Weekend. The Boohai which will move around the North Island in years to come will debut in the open forests of the East Coast.