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RachelLeVega:
Here's 1/6 of a race design for the first two legs! :lol3:

STARTING LINE: Manly Oceanworld
Leg 1 (Australia --> Chile) / Sydney to Antofagasta via Santiago [First 5 teams on Qantas, last 6 on LAN Airways to Santiago; teams must book their own flights to Antofagasta from Santiago]
• ✈ Sydney (Sydney Int'l Airport) to Antofagasta, Chile (Cerro Moreno Int'l Airport)
• Antofagasta (Plaza Colón)
• Antofagasta (Club Hípico de Antofagasta) (DETOUR)
• Antofagasta (Playa La Chimba)
• ⛵ Antofagasta (La Portada National Monument) (PIT STOP)
In this Detour, teams have to choose between Train My Horse or Groom My Horse. In Train My Horse, teams have to teach a yearling the basics in horse racing by leading it through an elaborate obstacle course. Once their horse eats the dangling carrot at the finish point, a horse racer will give teams their next clue. In Groom My Horse, teams have to become farriers and clean, sweat scrape, brush, and rehydrate a horse after its big day. Once all the chores have been completed, another farrier will give teams their next clue.

Additional tasks
• Upon arriving at Plaza Colón, teams have to search under the kiosk retreat to find their next clue in the form of a picture (horse racing).
• At La Chimba, Teams have to ride a boogie board against the currents to a boat which will transport teams to the Pit Stop at La Portada National Monument.

Leg 2 (Chile) / self drive to Colama & Atacama Desert
• Estación La Negra (Truck Stop)
• Atacama Desert (Cerro Armazones) (ROADBLOCK)
• Atacama Desert (Paranal Observatory - Very Large Telescope)
• Pan de Azúcar National Park (Copiapoa cacti field) (DETOUR)
• Pan de Azúcar National Park (Playa Amarillo) (PIT STOP)
In this Roadblock, one team member has to carry a sandboard to the peak of a flagged dune and from there, slide down the dune to receive the next clue. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Agua and Roca. In Agua, teams have to collect half a cup of water by the taproot of cacti. Once they have collected enough water, they must give the water to a naturalist which he will trade them for the next clue. In Roca, teams have to shovel a wheelbarrow full of large rocks and deliver them to a pit about half a mile away. After filling up the pit, teams must break open the rocks with a pickaxe to divide them into two parts. Once all rocks have been split, they will receive their next clue from a native desert local.

Additional tasks
• Upon arriving at the truck stop, teams have to operate one of 10 dump trucks and dump the load of sand and gravel onto the ground. They must search through their pile to find a flag which teams must trade for their next clue.

Leafsfan:

--- Quote from: supah on February 10, 2013, 01:46:55 AM ---Leg 1 (Australia - Japan)

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NICE!  :)

georgiapeach:
Good job Rachel!

tarauslover:

--- Quote from: RachelLeVega on February 10, 2013, 08:22:37 PM ---Here's 1/6 of a race design for the first two legs! :lol3:

STARTING LINE: Manly Oceanworld
Leg 1 (Australia --> Chile) / Sydney to Antofagasta via Santiago [First 5 teams on Qantas, last 6 on LAN Airways to Santiago; teams must book their own flights to Antofagasta from Santiago]
• ✈ Sydney (Sydney Int'l Airport) to Antofagasta, Chile (Cerro Moreno Int'l Airport)
• Antofagasta (Plaza Colón)
• Antofagasta (Club Hípico de Antofagasta) (DETOUR)
• Antofagasta (Playa La Chimba)
• ⛵ Antofagasta (La Portada National Monument) (PIT STOP)
In this Detour, teams have to choose between Train My Horse or Groom My Horse. In Train My Horse, teams have to teach a yearling the basics in horse racing by leading it through an elaborate obstacle course. Once their horse eats the dangling carrot at the finish point, a horse racer will give teams their next clue. In Groom My Horse, teams have to become farriers and clean, sweat scrape, brush, and rehydrate a horse after its big day. Once all the chores have been completed, another farrier will give teams their next clue.

Additional tasks
• Upon arriving at Plaza Colón, teams have to search under the kiosk retreat to find their next clue in the form of a picture (horse racing).
• At La Chimba, Teams have to ride a boogie board against the currents to a boat which will transport teams to the Pit Stop at La Portada National Monument.

Leg 2 (Chile) / self drive to Colama & Atacama Desert
• Estación La Negra (Truck Stop)
• Atacama Desert (Cerro Armazones) (ROADBLOCK)
• Atacama Desert (Paranal Observatory - Very Large Telescope)
• Pan de Azúcar National Park (Copiapoa cacti field) (DETOUR)
• Pan de Azúcar National Park (Playa Amarillo) (PIT STOP)
In this Roadblock, one team member has to carry a sandboard to the peak of a flagged dune and from there, slide down the dune to receive the next clue. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Agua and Roca. In Agua, teams have to collect half a cup of water by the taproot of cacti. Once they have collected enough water, they must give the water to a naturalist which he will trade them for the next clue. In Roca, teams have to shovel a wheelbarrow full of large rocks and deliver them to a pit about half a mile away. After filling up the pit, teams must break open the rocks with a pickaxe to divide them into two parts. Once all rocks have been split, they will receive their next clue from a native desert local.

Additional tasks
• Upon arriving at the truck stop, teams have to operate one of 10 dump trucks and dump the load of sand and gravel onto the ground. They must search through their pile to find a flag which teams must trade for their next clue.

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This is amazing! Please do up the whole 12 legs and send it in to a Channel 7 representative to persuade them to greenlight a 3rd series! :)

RachelLeVega:

--- Quote from: tarauslover on February 11, 2013, 07:41:13 PM ---
--- Quote from: RachelLeVega on February 10, 2013, 08:22:37 PM ---Here's 1/6 of a race design for the first two legs! :lol3:

STARTING LINE: Manly Oceanworld
Leg 1 (Australia --> Chile) / Sydney to Antofagasta via Santiago [First 5 teams on Qantas, last 6 on LAN Airways to Santiago; teams must book their own flights to Antofagasta from Santiago]
• ✈ Sydney (Sydney Int'l Airport) to Antofagasta, Chile (Cerro Moreno Int'l Airport)
• Antofagasta (Plaza Colón)
• Antofagasta (Club Hípico de Antofagasta) (DETOUR)
• Antofagasta (Playa La Chimba)
• ⛵ Antofagasta (La Portada National Monument) (PIT STOP)
In this Detour, teams have to choose between Train My Horse or Groom My Horse. In Train My Horse, teams have to teach a yearling the basics in horse racing by leading it through an elaborate obstacle course. Once their horse eats the dangling carrot at the finish point, a horse racer will give teams their next clue. In Groom My Horse, teams have to become farriers and clean, sweat scrape, brush, and rehydrate a horse after its big day. Once all the chores have been completed, another farrier will give teams their next clue.

Additional tasks
• Upon arriving at Plaza Colón, teams have to search under the kiosk retreat to find their next clue in the form of a picture (horse racing).
• At La Chimba, Teams have to ride a boogie board against the currents to a boat which will transport teams to the Pit Stop at La Portada National Monument.

Leg 2 (Chile) / self drive to Colama & Atacama Desert
• Estación La Negra (Truck Stop)
• Atacama Desert (Cerro Armazones) (ROADBLOCK)
• Atacama Desert (Paranal Observatory - Very Large Telescope)
• Pan de Azúcar National Park (Copiapoa cacti field) (DETOUR)
• Pan de Azúcar National Park (Playa Amarillo) (PIT STOP)
In this Roadblock, one team member has to carry a sandboard to the peak of a flagged dune and from there, slide down the dune to receive the next clue. In this Detour, teams had to choose between Agua and Roca. In Agua, teams have to collect half a cup of water by the taproot of cacti. Once they have collected enough water, they must give the water to a naturalist which he will trade them for the next clue. In Roca, teams have to shovel a wheelbarrow full of large rocks and deliver them to a pit about half a mile away. After filling up the pit, teams must break open the rocks with a pickaxe to divide them into two parts. Once all rocks have been split, they will receive their next clue from a native desert local.

Additional tasks
• Upon arriving at the truck stop, teams have to operate one of 10 dump trucks and dump the load of sand and gravel onto the ground. They must search through their pile to find a flag which teams must trade for their next clue.

--- End quote ---

This is amazing! Please do up the whole 12 legs and send it in to a Channel 7 representative to persuade them to greenlight a 3rd series! :)

--- End quote ---

Here's a concept route for this route:
STRTING LINE: Manly Oceanworld
Leg 1 (Australia --> Chile) / Antofagasta
Leg 2 (Chile) / desert region
Leg 3 (Chile --> Peru) / Lima & out-of-city cultural leg
Leg 4 (Peru --> United States) / Dallas & Fort Worth area (ranch leg)
Leg 5 (United States --> South Korea)  (DOUBLE-LENGTH LEG) / Seoul with hi-speed tram to Busan
Leg 6 (South Korea --> Russia) / to Vladivostok
Leg 7 (Russia) / Trans-Siberian Railway to Novosibirsk
Leg 8 (Russia --> Kyrgyzstan) / to Bishkek
Leg 9 (Kyrgyzstan --> India) / to Pune via taxi from Mumbai (transportation repairs & stunts leg)
Leg 10 (India --> Antarctica) :hearts: / Maitri Station (research preparations theme)
Leg 11 (Antarctica) :hearts: / helicopter charter to Casey Station, Wilkes Land (scientific studies & research help theme)
Leg 12 (Antarctica --> Australia) / to END CITY: Hobart, Tasmania (Tassie)!
FINISH LINE: Partridge Island

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