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A Full Field and a Big Course For the Florida Sea to Sea

Press Release / 25.02.2021Live TrackingSee All Event Posts Follow Event
Paddling during the Florida Sea to Sea Race
Paddling during the Florida Sea to Sea Race / © Legendary Randy Ericksen

The 22nd Annual Florida Sea to Sea 3-Day Expedition Race takes racers through the best areas that Florida has to offer, with the start and finish being located in the oldest city in the US; St Augustine, Florida. 

The Race is a non-stop expedition race where teams will load buses in St. Augustine, Florida, and then be dropped off somewhere on the West Coast of Florida, only to return to St. Augustine by way of trekking, paddling, and biking on their own power.

Teams will be provided with a set of maps and instructions they will use to navigate to a series of checkpoints or ‘flags’ on their way across Florida.  The goal is to get as many checkpoints as possible in the 72 hours and make it to the finish before the cut off on Sunday.

Teams can choose to skip checkpoints along the way to reduce the time spent in each section and help their team get to the finish line in time. There will be many (TAs) Transition Areas during the race where teams will transfer from one discipline to another as well as have the opportunity to refuel with food and water.  The race organisation will move the team's gear and bikes forward to the next TA for the start of the next discipline.

Each section of the race will be between 6-15 hours and teams will pack their gear, food, and water, based on the information provided at the start of the race.  Biking will be the most used discipline during the Sea to Sea race due to this being the fastest way to move teams to the finish.

This year's route will from Chassahowitzka, FL to St. Augustine, FL.  As always the route will include some of the best mountain biking through Croom, Wekiwa Springs, and on some great bike paths.

There will be amazing paddling down the Withlacoochee River, Wekiwa Springs, and Tomoka River, plus trekking across Florida's best wildlife areas, all combined into 300 miles of fun.

The race is full and the Strong Machine team is back to defend their title. There is also live tracking from Adventure Enablers and during the race there will be regular video reports from Randy Ericksen on the race Facebook page.

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