About Alexis Haddad

Alexis has been competing in OCR's since 2014, prior to this she grew up play field hockey and dancing since the age of two competing regionally and nationally. She earned her degree in Political Science/Dance Performance from Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI. When she is not running through mud pits she works as a Senior Recruiter for Nutanix.Alexis resides in Massachusetts and cannot function without copious amounts of coffee.

Race Recap: Savage Race Boston

By |July 20th, 2018|

Carter & Stevens farm hosted Savage Race last year and began hosting Spartan races in 2015, they have parking, festival area and clearing of the course down to a science. Prior to racing Savage on Saturday (say that five times fast) I've raced at this location about five times in the last three years. However, this was my very first Savage Race

Op-Ed Spartan Kids World Championships

By |June 27th, 2018|

Last week Spartan announced they would hold a World Championship Race for Kids. The event will be held in Laughlin, NV in November this year. Children between the ages of 10-13 who have placed in the top three at any kids events qualify to compete. So far so good right? Great opportunity for kids to challenge themselves in this sport just like any other sport.

Race Recap – Spartan Boston Sprint

By |May 22nd, 2018|

Recently, the Spartan train rolled into Treasury Valley for Boston Sprint Weekend.  It was the second year Spartan hosted it's New England event in Rutland, Ma and the race did not disappoint.

Race Recap – Blizzard Blast

By |February 5th, 2018|

On Sunday, January 28th I had the opportunity to experience Blizzard Blast up in Lowell, MA. For those who are unfamiliar with this event, it has been around for the years put on by SmithFest Events. The company who puts on numerous New England Spahtens #racelocal events.

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November Project – How it’s made me a stronger, faster OCR Athlete

By |November 30th, 2017|

As we enter into the final weeks of 2017 many of our OCR seasons are coming to an end, if they haven’t already.  This is a great time, as many of us do, to reflect on the goals we set out to accomplished. Did we meet those goals? Did we exceed those goals? Did we come up short and if so why? For me, it’s also about looking forward. I like to set goals for the offseason as well. Where can I improve?

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