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Contact the 2018 POCAR Team

December 5, 2017 | Mitchell Duncan

For any POCAR related questions, feel free to contact a member of our POCAR team (Click Read News) ... Read News

POCAR 2018 Team Finder

December 5, 2017 | Lucas Shanker

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POCAR 2017 Results

December 5, 2017 | Lucas Shanker

Click here to view POCAR 2017 results!

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POCAR Video | Edited by Charles Bellville
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pocar2A map is supplied to each team which they use to navigate point-to-point in a specified order (expedition style). Once all valid points (yes, there are decoys) are visited, you have completed the course. At each check point (control) the team would sign in their name, the time they arrived, and any comment, serious or otherwise. This allows the race organizers and volunteers to track the progress of teams and supply assistance if a team was in jeopardy. A system of punches and punch cards is set up to verify a team has indeed found a checkpoint

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