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First US OCR Championships Announced for 2017

By |January 12th, 2017|

Adrian Bijanada, founder of Adventurey LLC who produces the OCR World Championships announced today a new championship event for the United States. The first US OCR Championships will take place on Labor Day weekend, September 2 & 3, 2017. The first independent US-based championship will take place at Y.O. Ranch Headquarters in Mountain Home, Texas. The US OCR Championships will be another chance for racers from around the United States a chance to qualify for the 2017 OCR World Championships in Blue Mountain, Canada.

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2016 OCR World Championships Statistics – Continuing to Break the Mold

By |December 9th, 2016|

I recently spent a lot of time on airplanes so I took all the results and data from this year’s Obstacle Course Racing World Championships and calculated all the statistics for pass/fail rates. I’m going to go out on a limb and state that one of the obstacles this year has created an industry first. But first, the statistics. The numbers of competitors including pass/fail information was taken directly from the timing data gathered by Chosen USA, this year’s official timing company.

2017 OCR World Championships Location Revealed

By |November 1st, 2016|

Athletes can start booking their travel for 2017 with the announcement today of the 2017 OCR World Championships heading back to Blue Mountain, Ontario, Canada. The fourth edition of the OCR World Championships is set to take October 13 -15, 2017. Pre-registration opens today to allow athletes to reserve their spot (prior to qualifying) in either the age group divisions or pro division.

Greetings from the Blue Mountain Corral

By |October 31st, 2016|

It was a cool morning on the banks of the Gregorian Bay. However, we expected much worse from Mother Nature in October. We are in Canada! As I stood there in the start corral for the Pro Wave of the 2016 OCRWC, I found myself wondering...

The Best North American Race Series for Improving at OCRWC is…

By |October 25th, 2016|

With the 2016 OCR World Championships (OCRWC) complete athletes are already reflecting on their performances and planning on how to improve for 2017. Several comments have appeared on Facebook reflecting on which races to do to prepare for OCRWC next year. This raises the question, which race series should you fill your calendar with for 2017? That depends on your performance and areas of weakness in 2016.

How to Find Your OCR World Championship Photos

By |October 21st, 2016|

This year's OCR World Championships was once again THE event of the year for the sport of obstacle racing. With athletes from 43 countries descending upon the Blue Mountains of Canada, Adrian Bijanada and team did not disappoint - pulling together a phenomenal event with high scores in every possible category (venue, course, obstacles, awards, etc).

OCR World Championships – Day Two: The Long Course

By |October 18th, 2016|

This was THE race of the year; whether you were one of the fastest elites, an age grouper, or part of the journeyman division and regardless of whether you completed all the obstacles and kept your band or not, be proud of yourselves. You were part of something truly special.

2016 OCR World Championships Team Race Results

By |October 16th, 2016|

The OCR World Championships Team Race took place for the second year in a row. Last year the team race was a highlight of the weekend with athletes racing both for their country as well as athletes banding together to create international teams. The athletes set out in Men's Teams, Women's Teams, and Co-Ed teams in both the Pro and Open Divisions.

2016 OCR World Championship Women to Watch

By |October 14th, 2016|

Today kicks off the racing at 2016 OCR World Championships in Blue Mountain, Canada. The racing on Saturday starts at 8:00 am with the Pro Division Men, and Pro Division Women heats starting first followed by the Age Group heats throughout the rest of the day, concluding with the Journeymen division. The 15-Kilometer Course will feature over forty obstacles for racers to climb, crawl, and swing on.

2016 OCR World Championship Men to Watch

By |October 13th, 2016|

Friday kicks off the racing at 2016 OCR World Championships in Blue Mountain, Canada. After the 3-Kilometer Short Course on Friday is the 15-Kilometer Classic Distance on Saturday. The racing on Saturday starts at 8:00 am with the Pro Division Men, and Pro Division Women heats starting first followed by the Age Group heats throughout the rest of the day, concluding with the Journeymen division. The 15-Kilometer Course will feature over forty obstacles for racers to climb, crawl, and swing on.

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