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About Johanna Lopez

I am an average Jane that lives in Toronto, ON – Canada and an OCR enthusiast with a passion for all things mud, fitness and outdoors. I never considered myself an athlete but apparently that’s what I am now as a member of Team P4ID, Canadian Mudd Queens and the proud runner to my buddy Charlie – IRUN4CHARLIE! I am currently a Spartan Race (Eastern Canada) Ambassador and a Ragnar Relay Ambassador. I run for all those who can’t and I hope to inspire at least one person to live life to the fullest with a healthy active and compassionate lifestyle through my adventures and accomplishments.

Race Recap: Concrete Rush

By |May 3rd, 2017|

The urban obstacle course advertised as the Ultimate Urban Obstacle Challenge took place right in the heart of downtown Toronto over two days this past weekend, Friday and Saturday. On Friday the first wave went out at 5:00 pm with all heats taking place in 5-minute intervals until 6:30 pm, these were all open waves with the Elite Waves and OCRWC qualifiers taking place on Saturday morning starting at 8:30am-9:30 am with all heats taking place in 5-minute intervals as well.

Small But Mighty: Eagle’s Nest Racing Brings OCRWC Qualifier to Ontario

By |March 16th, 2017|

In obstacle course racing there are always those big races we all hear about but once in a while, there comes along a small local race that does it just right and can compete against some of the bigger names. One of those is Eagles Nest Training, in Smith Falls, Ontario – Canada.

‘Tis Always The Season to Give Back

By |December 23rd, 2016|

When I got into obstacle course racing, running and endurance events I did it for me and me alone. I did it first to challenge myself physically because growing up I wasn’t super athletic, but my parents made sure I got a taste of sports. I did gymnastics for a while until I couldn’t get any more due to financial strains on my parents. That was a sad time. I loved it, but after so many injuries I started on my fitness journey once again. It wasn’t to lose weight, in fact, I would do anything to gain weight as I was always thin. It was more to have a balance between a demanding job and life.

Mark Jones to Direct The Endurance Society’s Dark Rainbow Trail Series

By |December 12th, 2016|

Coming fresh off his 3rd Place Team podium win, with his partner Josh Fiore, at World’s Toughest Mudder 2016 in Las Vegas I had a chance to speak with my friend Mark Jones about his endurance racing history, highs and lows and his upcoming debut as race director for The Endurance Society – Dark Rainbow Trail Series in Calgary, Alberta in 2017.

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