In the obstacle course racing industry when a race organization announces it is redesigning, restructuring, or reassessing the chances that the industry will see that group again is slim based on historical events. However, this fall, Civilian Military Combine reemerged from the ashes like a Pheonix rising on the southernmost tip of Brooklyn, New York.
Civilian Military Combine stands apart from other obstacle course races because it is a true hybrid obstacle course race (OCR). The CMC heat starts in The PIT™ followed by a five-mile race with 25-plus obstacles. The goal of the event is to find the most versatile and conditioned athlete. Recently, the company relaunched in Brooklyn, New York and tonight the special filmed at the event airs on SNY channel.
With Civilian Military Combine unveiling exciting new obstacles, Savage Race crushing numbers and levels of fun, Terrain Mud Run bringing a solid good time to everyone who was lucky enough to be there, and Spartan Race at Fort Bragg raising patriotism to a level that left the burliest of men in tears, it was a an amazing weekend to be out and playing on our adult recess playgrounds.
Civilian Military Combine the first hybrid obstacle race is about to make it's relaunch at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York next weekend. Civilian Military Combine is a unique event that features "The Pit" and then goes right into the obstacle course. For many this is a new concept and Mud Run Guide connected with Garfield Griffiths to talk about the race format in this Skype interview.
The relaunch of Civilian Military Combine is quickly approaching. Today, Civilian Military Combine announces two powerhouse names in the obstacle racing world will be appearing at the CMC relaunch on September 10 at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York. "Coach Pain" Dewayne, the beloved OCR emcee has joined the team to provide his own unique and inspiring messages for participants on race day. Also joining the team on race day is OCR legend, Amelia Boone. Boone will serve as co-host for the CMC Fort Hamilton show which will air on SNY network on Sunday, September 25, 2016.
Civilian Military Combine is prepping for its relaunch this fall in Brooklyn, New York to be held at the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hamilton. The original hybrid obstacle race combines both a functional fitness pit with a traditional obstacle course offering a one of a kind experience. The television network SNY will be on hand to film the event and air the premiere on September 25th following the September 10th event.
This morning Obstacle Course Racing made a muddy splash on the popular cable morning show Fox & Friends as Civilian Military Combine graced the airwaves. The revamped organization showcased some of the obstacles and "The Pit" area during several segments this morning in New York City.
Obstacle Course Racing in North America was born just seven years ago. Exploding onto the sports and fitness scene in an unprecedented way. Becoming even more popular than marathons by 2014. This in itself was a huge change from the previous sports norms, and people are still writing epic volumes trying to explain why. So it really shouldn't come as any great surprise that Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) has been evolving continuously ever since.
Civilian Military Combine the first of the hybrid events in obstacle course racing announced today the second venue for revamped 2016 race schedule. The second event as part of the company relaunch will be held at the Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill in Flagstaff, Arizona on October 1st. Civilian Military Combine combines both functional fitness as well as obstacle racing to create a truly unique two-part event to challenge athletes on multiple levels.
Civilian Military Combine has been a fan a favorite since it began in 2011. Recently, the organization went through a revamp and is re-launching in September 2016. CMC is the original hybrid OCR, the event features both a functional fitness workout and an obstacle course. Participants are scored in each and their results are the combination of the two events. The relaunch will take place at the historic Fort. Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York.