Vermont Spartan Race Spartan Beast 2013

Sep 21, 2013

Killington Resort

133 East Mountain Road, Killington, VT, United States - View Map

Use discount code MUDRUNGUIDE15 for 15% off your registration
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Date:

Sep 21, 2013 + google calendar + ICAL export

Time:

Heats start at 8am. Enter the 8am "Elite" heat if you want to be as competitive as possible and race against the best.

Venue:

Killington Resort
133 East Mountain Road
Killington, VT, United States - View Map

Distance:

13+ miles, fastest time should be around 180 minutes. Those who can climb well will be rewarded.

Organizer:

Spartan Race

273 Past Events, 71 currently scheduled

Reviews:

Average rating: 4.07 / 5 from 55 reviews.

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Discounts:

Use discount code MUDRUNGUIDE15 for 15% off your registration

Registration:

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Who’s Attending?

If you plan on attending please let us know by providing your email address.

Cost:

SaturdaySundayUntil
$110 March 21st, 2013
$120 April 21st, 2013
$140 May 21st, 2013
$157 June 31st, 2013
$169 July 31st, 2103
$181$140August 31st, 2013
$193$155September 4th, 2103
$205$175September 18th, 2013 (registration closes)

ELITE WAVE: additional $30 - Our Elite wave will start at 8am, on both Saturday and Sunday. A portion of additional charge to enter the ELITE wave will be used to pay out our Cash Purse. Cash paid out to TOP 10 Finishers male and female, Saturday AND Sunday.
Armed forces and students receive a $10 discount during registration
Registrations are final. No changing start waves. We do not issue refunds, regardless of circumstance, nor do we issue partial refunds. We also do not allow registrations to transfer from person to person. If you are injured and cannot race, you can volunteer at the race for a future race credit.
Team Discounts are available

What You Get:

  • Spartan Race Finishers medal
  • Spartan Race T-Shirt
  • Free Mud
  • A chance to do things you would never choose to do on your own
  • Scrapes and Bruises
  • Stories, stories, and more stories
  • Maybe an unintentional bee sting

Course Description:

If you have done any race anywhere in the world: whether a mud run, fun run, olympic run, bike race, death march or any kind of event claiming to be the ""toughest race on the planet"" you will be happy to know that this is where it ends..THIS IS THE SPARTAN BEAST...Step up and get out of your comfort zone, many will arrive, but few will leave!

NOTE: If you are unsure as to if you can do The Beast we are allowing you a 'dignified exit' if you need it at mile 3. This will also serve as the ultimate test of resolve for those who plan on doing the full event. Each racer will have to confront choice between luxury and relaxation or facing 9 more miles of HELL. You are welcome to plan on only doing 3 mile section of course but price remains the same and you will not receive official time or medal.

There are some staples in our repertoire. There are also some venue specific and terrain inspired obstacles. We will not, however, spell it out for you. We do not have course maps. Each Spartan Race strives to surprise the athlete. Preperation for the unknown is a must.

There is fire, mud, water, barbed wire, and occasionally Hell on Earth. There WILL be obstacles to catch you off guard. Curve balls, so to speak. Get over it.

We’re here to rip you from your comfort zone. If you need a road map for each step of the way, then maybe this race isn’t for you.

Aid Stations:

In a Spartan Race first, this race is largely SELF-SUPPORTED. There will only be ONE WATER STATION on this 13 mile course with zero calories available to racers. It will not be sufficient for you to rely solely on this water station for your hydration needs. This additional challenge will take the difficulty of this event to the next level; you will need to plan and train accordingly.

All racers will be REQUIRED TO HAVE A WATER SOURCE ON THEM at the start line in order to start the race. Yes, you read that correctly, mandatory gear in the form of a water source (camelback, bottle, fuel belt, etc). It is up to you to determine how significant of a water source you will need. We highly recommend you also have some calories with you on the course. It will take Olympic caliber athletes 3 hours to complete this race. Most of you will take 5-8 hours. If you don’t plan your nutrition and hydration properly you will risk not finishing the event and you are putting your health at risk.

Awards:

Awards ceremony for the top finishers of the Spartan Race (varies by location, not always applicable)

Prizes:

Spartan Race prizes awarded to teams

Spectators:

Want a front row seat to all the Spartan action? Spectator tickets are available for $20 online or purchase them onsite for $25 (please bring cash). As a Spartan Race spectator, you'll receive $5 Spartan bucks redeemable at the merchandise tent, entry to the rocking festival area, a festival grounds map, access to some of the obstacles on course, not to mention the epic Gladiator pit and finish line. Enjoy the music and watch your friends and loved ones slip and slide through the Spartan course in the relative safety and comfort of the Spartan Race festival grounds! You can also test your fitness in our festival challenges including the Pull-Up Challenge, Slosh Pipe Challenge, Kaiser Challenge and Traverse Wall Challenge. Beware, the next ticket you'll want to buy might have you standing on the Spartan starting line!

Spectator Ticket:

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Parking:

$10 per car

Post Party:

Post Race Party – music, food to purchase, and beer*!
*Beer where applicable and following all drinking age laws.

Other:

The sun sets at 6:45pm on race day. As the course is developed we will be establishing cut-offs at checkpoints throughout the course. Racers will have to reach various checkpoints, BEFORE the designated cut off time. If they do not reach the checkpoint on time, they will be removed for their own safety. We are exploring all of our options to keep racers on the course for as long as possible, including the allowed use of headlamps to complete certain portions of the course.

There are 1-2 water crossings/obstacles on the course that racers must navigate. Athletes that can not swim will be given PFDs (Personal Floatation Device).

Spartan Kids Race
Jr. Spartan , 0.5 miles
Varsity Spartan , 1 mile
Spartan Race is not only limited to adult fun! Bring the kids ages 4-13 who can participate in their very own Jr. Spartan race. They will enjoy the thrill of the run, a variety of scaled down obstacles and their own mini festival area filled with games and children's challenges! Our mission is to inspire children to develop a love for fitness at an early age.
The course is about a 1⁄2 mile filled with junior obstacles for Jr. Spartans and 1 mile for Varsity Spartans. Each child will receive a T-shirt and Finisher's Medal with 100% of the Jr. Spartan Adventure proceeds benefiting the Kids Fit Foundation.
As a leader in the movement to help children learn life-long health and fitness habits, the Kids Fit Foundation strives to raise awareness and develop programs that educate, empower and inspire kids to become and stay fit.
Spartan Kids’ heats go off between 12pm and 1pm.
Pre-Register: $25 / Day of Registration: $30

Team:

Challenge Your Friends for a Spartan Race
Build a Team!
Strength comes in numbers! Become part of a team to help yourself and others get through the event, save money, and support our troops.
How does it work? Create a team or join a team! The more people on a team, the more money everyone will get back in their pocket! Each team member will receive a discount, refunded to the method of payment used, a few days prior to race day. The discount escalates as the team size increases, so get more friends to join your team and everyone saves more money!
How many people are needed to make a team?
Teams are unlimited with a minimum of four people! Team members are timed individually and are not required to cross the finish line together.
Which team takes home the prizes?
The fastest 4 times of the team will be used to calculate the team's finishing time. Prizes will be awarded to the team who finishes on top!