Columbian Newspaper reporting on Team Fast 'n Curious
The final day of the Rebelle Rally took place in the Imperial Sand Dunes, with conditions that challenged each and every team. Rebelle founder Emily Miller purposely made Day 7 the most difficult; what she didn’t anticipate was Mother Nature upping the challenge even further for the Rebelles. Winds gusting up to 50 mph made visibility incredibly problematic for all competitors. Without the ability to site on any landmarks, competitors had to strategize about which checkpoints to pursue and which to abandon.
The Rebelle Rally is an off-road navigation rally currently in its second year. It’s open exclusively to women with teams from around the world testing their mettle navigating off-road without the aid of GPS. It’s a challenging week of driving, but it’s about more than driving and navigating. It’s about testing your own limits and pushing yourself to do more than you thought possible.
The official start to Day 1 of the 2017 Rebelle Rally began early Saturday morning.