Sprint Adventure Race
A sprint race is generally a race that is from 2-6 hours long.
These races require less technical skills and are designed to be easy enough for anyone to have a go. This is especially true of the kayaking stage, which might just be a short paddle on a sit-on-top.
Some sprint races will involve navigation, but others won’t. Team make up can also be much more varied with teams of 2 or 3 and sometimes solo categories. (Some would say teamwork and navigation are required to be a true adventure race, but there are ‘adventure races’ that don’t require those elements.)
Sprint events might also include teamwork challenges and obstacles – in fact some of the earliest of these kinds of races in the early 2000’s included slippery walls, mud pits and other challenges ... well before OCR took off as a sport.