The American Association for Nude Recreation - Western Region
Volleyball is considered the “Nudist National Sport” and you will find it at almost every one of the seven landed clubs in the Western Region. Water volleyball and pickleball are also popular, with tournaments and pickup games almost every weekend. Some clubs have billiard tables, ping pong events, horseshoes, petanque, and other fun events. You don’t have to be good to participate, just bring your enthusiasm!
In addition, AANR-West sponsors inter-club competitions in many of these sports and other events. Each club has its own special sports center.
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Saturday, September 23, 2017, 10:00 AM
STREAK TO THE BORDER 5K RACE
DEANZA SPRINGS NUDIST RESORT
1951 Carrizo Gorge Road
Jacumba Hot Springs, CA 91934
Phone: (619) 766-4301
Come on out to beautiful DeAnza Springs Resort in Southern California (about 70 miles east of San Diego) and run in the first annual DeAnza Bare Booty 5K!
We are expecting a great crowd of runners and walkers from across Southern California and beyond!
Participants will navigate our 3.1 mile course and then finish in front of the DeAnza clubhouse. We will have two water stations along the course, and then have Gatorade, water, fruit and granola bars at the finish area.
Awards will be given to first overall male and female finishers and first place finishers in each M/F age group as well. Raffles will be drawn and given away after the awards conclude. All participants will be given a raffle entry.
All participants will be given a commemorative race t-shirt in their size they gave at registration. No pre-race packet pickup will be available. Vendors will be available and DeAnza has a full service restaurant/bar and grill so bring some cash and plan to spend the whole day with us in Bare-a-dise!
REGISTER NOW at the link below!
RSVPing here is only to let others in the group know you're going.
Sunday, October 8, 2017
NAKED 2.0 RACE
44444 N Shangri-La Road
New River, AZ 85087-7948
Phone: (623) 465-5959
Details not finalized.
Annual Southern California Nudist Games
Sponsored by Southern California Naturist Association
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Description of 8 Game Events
Pool Side Games:
Water Cup Relay:
Up to four teams can participate. Each team must have at least 8 people. Each team will form one line sitting down, back to front. There will be a bucket filled will water in front of the first person and an empty bucket behind the last team member. At the word “Go” the first person will fill the cup (provided by the games committee) from the bucket, and then pass it over their head to the person behind them, and so on. The last person will pass the cup over their head and empty the cup the bucket behind them then pass the cup forward so it can be refilled and the process repeated. Once the bucket is filled to the designated marking, that team is the winner. Oh, did I forget to tell you the cup has holes in the bottom. The members of the winning team receive 3 points each. The second-place team members receive 2 points each. The members of the third-place team receive 1 point each.
Hula Hoop Passing Race:
There are two teams for this event. Each team will form a line and hold hands, the first person gripping the hula hoop with their free hand. At the word “Go” they must pass it over their body (without using their hand) to the next person in line and that person has to do the same, and so on down the line. This task has to be done without letting go of the person’s hands on either side. Once you have gotten to the last person, now it’s now time to do it again in reverse order. The winning team members will receive 3 points each. The opposing team members will receive 2 points each.
Two teams for this game. Players have to hold the “Pool Noodle” between their legs (no hands aloud) and run around the pool, passing it to the next teammate using just their legs. If the noodle is dropped at any time during the race or transfer, the person must pick it up off the ground using only their feet and legs. The members of the winning team receive 3 points each. The second-place team members receive 2 points each.
Inner Tube Paddle:
Up to three teams can participate. Each team must have an equal number of people. Once the game captain says “Go”, one team member can hold the inner tube in the pool while the paddling participant gets seated on the tube. The person on the inner tube must paddle the length of the pool until the tube touches the other edge. The participants must paddle themselves, no pushing off or assistance allowed. At that point, they will jump out of the tube and hold it for the next paddler to get seated take the tube back, remember – no help. This will continue until all team members have had a turn to paddle. The winning team, of course, is the one who accomplishes this task first. The members of the winning team receive 3 points each. The second-place team members receive 2 points each. The third-place team members receive 1 point each.
Javelin Noodle Toss:
Up to three evenly numbered teams can participate. Each team member will have chances to through the noodles thru the hula hoops on a flooding frame in the pool. There will be three rounds at different distances. Each team member will get one chance at each distance. Participants will through the noodles while standing in the shallow end of the pool. For each noodle that going thru the hula hoop the team receives 1 point. The team with the most points wins. The members of the winning team receive 3 points each. The second-place team members receive 2 points each. The third-place team members receive 1 point each.
Diving for Bottles:
Up to 3 teams can compete in this game. Each team will have an equal number of players. There will be 100 plastic bottles filled with water and placed in the pool. Any type of googles, masks or swimming apparatus will not be allowed. A member of each team will dive to the bottom of the pool and compete with the members of the opposing teams to grab as many bottles as they can in one breath. They then need to successfully bring the bottles to their designated team area of the pool deck and place them on the deck without help. When all the bottles have been placed on the deck the next team member can enter the pool and with one breath, dive and collect as many bottles as they can manage and this repeats for all member until all the bottles been retrieved. Each bottle collected will be worth one point each and the bottles with straws will be worth 2 points each. The team with the most points wins. The winning team will receive 3 points each. The second-place team receives 2 points each. The third-place team will receive 1 point each.
Upper Level Games:
Paper Bag Toss:
This is an individual event. Step up to the line when it is your turn. You will be handed an empty brown paper bag, someone will fill it with approximately 16 ounces of water just prior to the toss. At this point you will need to throw the bag and try to get it hit the center of the hula hoop target on the ground. The closest to the center of the hoop wins. Your toss will be marked where the bag first hits the ground. The winning member will receive 3 points. The second-place member receives 2 points. The third-place member will receive 1 point.
Water Balloon Toss:
Get a partner, this game requires teams of two people each. Face your partner and toss the water filled balloon to them. If your partner catches it without popping or breaking it, move to the next designated line. Now it is time for your partner to toss it back to you. Repeat this until your balloon bursts. The last team to have a full water balloon wins this competition. The members of the winning team receive 3 points. The second-place team members receive 2 points. The third-place team will receive 1 point each.
Bonus Event (Not a Competition)
Before this event we ask the kids (age 12 and younger) to pick up the balloon pieces from the “Water Balloon Toss” game. For their help, they will receive a 15 second head start before anyone else can join in the mayhem. No points, but lots of fun.
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The American Association for Nude Recreation
P.O. Box 6313
Santa Barbara, CA 93160
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