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If you are intending to complete a journey that will set or surpass a record you must record all details pertaining to your record claim.Read more
Start, end, duration, distance, daily camp locations etc. must be recorded either on a device or remotely, and should be verifiable by a third party.
You may be asked to provide a GPX file, photocopy of your written log, photos and video identifying milestones (start, end and significant midway points, GPS screenshots).
Kite and sail journeys should submit their tracker file.
A speed record claim must be:
1. a faster repeat of a journey with same margins, route, distance and mode of travel, or..
2. an original journey that has been repeated in a slower time
The original and repeated journeys must be same gender but can be awarded as fastest ‘person’ if fastest overall
A speed record is measured using elapsed time between start and end eg. 47 days, 3 hours, 48 minutes
The original and repeated journeys must be Unsupported
Minor alterations to margins are permitted provided they are not selected expressly to gain a distance advantage
An age record (eg. youngest female) requires you to verify your route, age and end date/time.
Any journey that is illegal, unauthorised, environmentally reckless or unnecessarily endangers the lives of others will not be recognised by PECS