ABF was my first race of the weekend. ABF’s owner Chad Mason knew I was also racing the NJ Beast on the same day and that I had a three plus hour drive ahead of me, so he allowed me to start the course about ten minutes before the elite heat. Even though it was around 8:20 am it was already an amazing morning with the sun out and temperatures almost perfect for an OCR race.
Did you miss any of the action over the weekend? we have the results from ABF Mud Run, Savage Race and Spartan Race Las Vegas and Tri-State.
Chad Mason is extremely busy getting ready for his event this weekend, so I am very grateful for the answers he provided about his event this weekend. An obstacle race with a cause.
Since the beginning of obstacle racing has been more like a chain of islands than a unified sport, each company working independently trying to grab as much of the market as possible. This side of our sport has been chronicled over and over again but this article is not about the infighting or which company is trying to outdo another. This article looks at what is happening at the grassroots level of the sport...