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RELAY FORMAT

In this format teams will complete the Challenge Course/Mountain Course in a relay fashion.  Unlike the team competition, where both team members will be performing all of the tasks, in the relay format each team member will complete a portion of the task list.

Challenge Course/Mountain Course Task List

20 Over the Box Step Ups holding a sandbag

200-400 yard run loop (distance depending on what is available)

Shoot one arrow at 30 yard deer target

10 Burpee Over the Box holding sand bag

200-400 yard run loop (distance depending on what is available)

Shoot one arrow at 30 yard deer target

10 Sandbag Log Tosses

200-400 yard run loop (distance depending on what is available)

Shoot one arrow at 30 yard deer target

10 Sandbag Get ups / Over the Box Step Ups

200-400 yard run loop (distance depending on what is available)

Shoot one arrow at 30 yard deer target

1-2 mile trail run/walk with a weighted pack (Pack weight depends on age/See Below).  This portion of the course will have 2 shooting stations along the way where teams will have to stop and shoot a 3D target.

Men’s Divisions / Women’s Divisions / Co-Ed Divisions

Teams of 2

Teams of 3 or 4 (Co-Ed Team must have a minimum of 1 women)

Teams of 5 or 6 (Co-Ed Team must have a minimum of 2 women)

Sandbag Weight by Age

*Competitors must bring their own pack weight.  (Includes the weight of the pack)
*Packs will be weighed before each heat starts.
*Challenge Course sandbags will be supplied by TTH.
*Box is 20″ for all divisions
Men ages 16-39
Challenge weight: 50lbs
Pack weight: 50lbs
Men ages 40-49
Challenge weight: 50lbs
Pack weight: 40lbs
Men ages 50-59
Challenge weight: 30lbs
Pack weight: 30lbs
Men ages 60+
Challenge weight: 30lbs
Pack weight: 20lbs
Women ages 16-39
Challenge weight: 30lbs
Pack weight: 30lbs
Women ages 40-49
Challenge weight: 30lbs
Pack weight: 20lbs
Women ages 50-59
Challenge weight: 20lbs
Pack weight: 15lbs
Women ages 60+
Challenge weight: 10lbs
Pack weight: 5lbs

Frequently Asked Questions

Where Can Exchanges/Tags Be Made?

Teams can only make exchanges or tag the next person up at The Physical Challenge Box or Any Shooting Station.  Here is a break-down of the spots where exchanges/tags are allowed.

After each of the physical challenges performed at the challenge box

After each run loop

After each shot is taken at the challenge course target

At the two Mountain Course Target shooting stations

Once a person tags a teammate are they allowed to be tagged back in?

Yes. Just because you complete one portion of the task list, and tag someone else to complete the next task does not mean that you are not allowed to be tagged back in.

Example:  Team of 2

One person could complete the box step overs, the first run loop, and shoot the first arrow before tagging their partner who then completes the burpees over the box, run second run loop, and the second arrow and then tags their partner back in to complete the log tosses, the third run loop, and the third shot, and so on.

How does the Mountain Course Exchanges/Tags work with the different size teams?

Teams can have multiple members go on the Mountain Course to take turns carrying the weighted pack, but the pack can only be exchanged at the shooting stations. Not everyone who starts the Mountain Course has to finish it.  Just the pack has to make it to the finish line.

Teams are allowed to start the heat with members already at one or both of the Mountain Course shooting stations.

Does everyone on the team have to be shooting the same style bow or can some members shoot a traditional bow and others a compound?

Not everyone has to be shooting the same style of bow, however, your team must decide before the heat starts what style of bow will be shooting at the Challenge Course Target.  The challenge course target will be set at either 30 yards for compound bows or 15 yards for traditional bows and it can not be moved once the heat starts.

The Mountain Course shooting stations will have both designated compound targets (20-40 yards) and traditional targets (10-20 yards) allowing for either style.

What is the maximum number of Non-Shooting members you can have on a Team?

All shots can be made by the same person on the Challenge/Mountain Course.

IMPORTANT:  READ DO ALL MEMBERS OF THE TEAM HAVE TO SHOOT THE 3D COURSE?

 Do all members of the team have to shoot the 3D Course?

Everyone on the team is allowed to shoot the 3D course on Sunday.  Here is how the teams final 3D scores will be decided.

Teams of 2: Average the two scores

Teams of 3 or 4:  Average the top two scores

Teams of 5 or 6: Average the top three scores

Make sure to check the Train To Hunt Overview Tabs at the bottom of the Events Page for additional information.

If you have any other questions about this format please send an e-mail to Kenton@traintohunt.com and I will get them answered.

 

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