Pokémon Catch Adventure Race

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The starting point
Advert for the race

The Pokémon Catch Adventure Race (Japanese: ポケモンゲット・アドベンチャーレース Pokémon Catching Adventure Race) is an anime-exclusive competition in Alola. It was featured in All Out, All of the Time!.


The race course
Prizes for winning the race

The Pokémon Catch Adventure Race sees pairs of Trainers race across an island where they may use up to three Pokémon to assist them. Flying Pokémon are not allowed, but using moves and riding Pokémon is.

The race has three legs. Once a team has reached a certain area within each leg, they will receive a message on their smartphone, telling them which Pokémon they need to catch there. Each catch is verified at a checkpoint, which cannot be passed without catching the correct Pokémon for the leg. The Pokémon for the first leg is Alolan Geodude, the second leg Pokémon is Bruxish, and the third one is Passimian. The first team to cross the finish line wins the race.

The winner receives a trophy and a year's supply of malasadas.

Known competitors

Ash and Goh holding the trophy
Trainer Place
Ash and Goh Winners
All-Out Brothers Runners-up

Pokémon used in the Pokémon Catch Adventure Race

Ash Ketchum

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All-Out Brothers

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Other competitors

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Pokémon Catch Adventure Race Stoutland Mudsdale.png

In other languages

Language Title
The Czech Republic Flag.png Czech Pokémonový dobrodružný chytací závod
Finland Flag.png Finnish Pokémon-nappauksen seikkailukisa
Italy Flag.png Italian Avventurosa gara di cattura Pokémon
Poland Flag.png Polish Przygodowy Wyścig w Łapaniu Pokémonów
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Corrida de Aventuras Pokémon
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