11 miles, over 25 challenging obstacles, 4 seasons of British weather in one day - we ask why O.C.R events are continuing to enjoy huge success and how the FFA team got on at Tough Mudder!
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It has been 2 weeks since I took part in the 5th Obstacle Course Race World Championships (O.C.R.W.C.) in Essex. Find out how I got on in the World Championships of the world’s biggest growing sport.
Roel Jansen describes the incredible journey of the 50 Km Man vs Lakes. Read all the highs and lows of this awe inspiring journey through hills, water, mountains and challenging terrain . . .
It's been just over a week since I took on the test required in order to try to qualify for the 2018 World Championships O.C.R (Obstacle Course Race). In order to qualify I had to complete two laps of The Winter Nuts Challenge fast enough, and without faults. It was not the easiest of tasks.
Obstacle races are a big feature on the sporting event calendar. Their popularity is due to the diversity of the physical challenge, with many different activities in one race. Being a well-rounded athlete will absolutely help performance and will determine how much fun you have!
This Sunday I took part in the original obstacle course with a team from The Dutch Mud Men group. The event, called Tough Guy, was held near Wolverhampton and tough is an understatement!
Obstacle races were once upon a time something children did for fun and soldiers did for training. These days obstacle course racing (OCR) is a popular and involved fitness event which takes guts, training and a little bit of OCR know-how if you want to get to the end intact!Obstacle races were once upon a time something children did for fun and soldiers did for training.