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The following are trademarks owned by AdventureCORPS®, Inc.

"135 Mile World Championship"

"Adventure Sunday"



"Archaeoscience International"


"Badwater® 135"

"Badwater® Apparel"

"Badwater® Cape Fear"

"Badwater® Cerro Gordo"

"Badwater® Events"

"Badwater® Footwear"

"Badwater® Gear"

"Badwater® Salton Sea"

"Badwater® Skin Care"

"Badwater® Ultra"

"Badwater® Ultramarathon"

"Badwater® Ultramarathon World Championship"

"Badwater® World Cup"

"BAD135 World Series"


"Death Valley Century"

"Death Valley Double Century"

"Death Valley Ultra Century"

"Death Valley Century, Ultra Century, and Double Century"

"Death Valley by Moonlight"

“Furnace Creek 508”

"Hell's Gate Hundred"

"Mount Laguna Bicycle Classic"

"Rough Riders Rally"

"Silver State 508"

“The 508”

"The Toughest 48 Hours in Sport"

“We’re Out There”

“Where the West is Won”

"World's Toughest Foot Race"

Use of any of these trademarks and/or their associated logo(s) if any, is forbidden without the express written consent of AdventureCORPS, Inc.

AdventureCORPS®, Inc. Disaster Policy

(Adopted from the Challenged Athletes Foundation Disaster Policy)

General Policy

If an Act of God/Act of Terrorism/Community Disaster occurs leading into or during any AdventureCORPS, Inc. event, we will take the following actions:

  1. We will make decisions based upon the principle of “safety first.”
  2. The event will be altered as necessary, e.g., shortened, modified, or alternate course, or will be cancelled.

What Happens if an Event is Cancelled?

  1. Athletes participating in an event impacted by an Act of God/Act of Terrorism/Community Disaster will have first right to sign up for that same event the next year. A date will be set for them to accept their registration spot.

Financial Ramifications of an Act of God/Act of Terrorism/Community Disaster

  1. AdventureCORPS, Inc. cannot assume the risk of a disaster for everyone. Each athlete needs to accept the risk of his or her entry fee.
  2. There will be NO REFUNDS nor free entries to future events. The money you paid was spent developing the event for which you signed up.
  3. AdventureCORPS, Inc. does not save any money if you do not complete the full course. We pay for all or nearly all event supplies or services associated with an event, regardless of the outcome.
  4. This is not a policy that is unique to AdventureCORPS, Inc.. It is standard procedure in the event business. We must all share the risk.