Youngest Adventure Racer World Record Holder

Hunter Leininger has completed some of the hardest challenges around the world, and he doesn't plan on stopping!

Hunter Leininger set 3 World Records and 7 National Records in Adventure Racing. Holds 8 Endurance Mountain Bike Records. 

Hunter started racing at the age of 7 with his first 6-hour race and has gone on to set more records than any other young endurance athlete in the World.  He broke the World Record at the age of 12 for the youngest racer to complete a 3-day (72 hour) non-stop expedition race and set the world record at the age of 14 for completing a 4-day (96 hour) expedition race. Hunter has influence hundreds of kids to go for big goals in life and never let anyone tell you that you can't do something. 

What's next for Hunter? Time will tell. Hunter also started his own backpack company last year. KAPACKS.COM  

Third WORLD RECORD in the Books!

Hunter sets new World Record at the World Championship of Adventure Racing in Wyoming (6 day) on August 10-16, 2017. The youngest ever to complete the ARWS World Championships.

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We are extremely excited to announce that Hunter is competing in the World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji! Get ready to root for us and tune in to @PrimeVideo!
#TeamARGeorgia @ToughRaceTV #WorldsToughestRace#ecochallengefiji

What's Next for Hunter?

FKT (Fastest Known Time) 

Attempting to set new speed records. 

1. October 13th, 2020 Benton MacKaye Trail (286 Miles)

2. December 3rd, 2020 Pinhoti Trail (350 Miles)

3. September 2021 Appalachian Trail (2,193 Miles)