Racers paddle seven miles to the finish line at Red Cliffs Lodge in the 13th Annual Moab Adventure Xstream Race. [Photo courtesy of GravityPlay]

Two hundred entrants competed in the Moab Adventure Xstream Adventure race on Saturday, April 13.

Solo racers or teams were challenged in a number of disciplines such as mountain biking, kayaking, trail running, ropes challenges, navigation and more.

“This was not your typical mud run or obstacle course,” said Will Newcomer, AXS Race Director. “Racers were challenged over a 50-mile-plus course with various multi-sport disciplines and had to navigate the unmarked course. This is a real adventure race.”

The 60-mile course included a 45-mile mountain bike section, six-mile trail run, 200-foot rappel and a 70-mile kayak leg.

Ken Boyer took first place in the solo male division, completing the course in six hours and twenty minutes. Ivan Hoag followed closely behind by one minute.

First place solo female went to Chelsea Lutrall of Colorado Springs, Colo., followed by Tiffanny Dodge and Dawn Westrum.

First place two-person open division was Team Bad Pennies comprised of Thomas McKeen and Danny Buehler. First place in the two person coed division went to Team BFC/RaceLab made up of David and Windy Marks.

Gravity Play Sports will host a 25-mile sprint and 50-plus mile sport adventure races in Buena Vista, Colo. on June 1 and a 50-mile plus sport adventure race at the Adventure Xstream Copper Challenge in Summit County, Colo. on Aug. 10 in conjunction with Copper Mountain’s Guitar Town weekend. Gravity Play Sports also offers Adventure Racing Camps and Clinics and online training programs in partnership with Boulder Performance Network.