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Spartan World Championships Returns To Lake Tahoe for 2019

By |November 20th, 2018|

Spartan announced today a return to North Lake Tahoe for the 2019 Spartan World Championship, their 5th year at this beautiful and historic location.

Pre-Black Friday Deals from Mud Run Guide

By |November 20th, 2018|

This week for those of us in the United States is about joining with family and giving thanks. It also is a way for those in the obstacle racing industry to snag some incredible deals. Annually Mud Run Guide puts together a Black Friday and Cyber Monday page. Our aim is to help you get the best deals in OCR.

Training Tuesday: Preventing Ankle Injuries

By |November 20th, 2018|

The ankle is the most frequently injured joint of the human body.  Unfortunately, ankle injuries are all too common in the world of obstacle course racing.  The amount of ankle stability needed to maneuver the various terrain encountered during an obstacle course race is remarkable. 

Part 3 – Trying to Find Balance between life and OCR – Daniel Ludwig

By |November 19th, 2018|

This is Part 3 in my mini-series regarding finding Balance between life and OCR. I know that this is something most of us work on, most often on a day to day basis. It's not easy to find a one size fits all approach to and balance things out, and I am hoping by sharing Daniel's story, it might help someone figure out a plan on how to make it all work.

Make women’s sports more accessible, say 46% of fans

By |November 14th, 2018|

Last year saw a massive shift for women’s sports, with the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 watched by around 150 million people. The rate of change within women’s sports has since become an exciting trend in the sporting world, encouraging new opportunities to engage a wider audience and develop interesting commercial propositions; creating a stronger sense of equality. Is this true in the sport of OCR?

Badass Women of OCR – Lisa Lindley (BEASTS OCR)

By |November 14th, 2018|

Lisa Lindley is a 38-year badass a momma has embraced the sport of OCR with a passion. She is hardworking, strong, determined but proves anyone can overcome fears one steps at a time.

Part 2- Trying to Find Balance between life and OCR – Julie Palamar

By |November 12th, 2018|

Next up in my three-part mini-series on how to find a balance between life and OCR, I would like to introduce to you Julie Palamar. Not only is she the nanny to triplet girls, but she also has her own child that she is raising.

How Road Racing Relates to OCR (Obstacle Course Racing)

By |November 8th, 2018|

Aaron Singleton and I had been chatting online this summer quite a bit and decided it would be neat to collaborate on an article. I wanted to show how it felt to go from road runner to obstacle course racer, and how it felt to go from obstacle course racer to road runner.

Race Recap: Terrain Race-Chandler, AZ

By |November 6th, 2018|

The Terrain Race in Chandler, Arizona was 3.2 miles of pure mud! This race was held on the grounds of Raw Hide, a special event venue located about 20 miles south of Phoenix.  Terrain has changed a few things up over the last few months and one of the first things that I noticed was that the starting line no longer took place in the infamous pools. 

Part 1 – Trying to Find Balance between life and OCR – Hillary Greene

By |November 5th, 2018|

Everyone understands how tough it is to find balance within our lives for general "adulting" (paying bills, going to work) and being able to train to be our best in the Obstacle Course World. I don't want to say anyone person has more challenges in achieving balance than another, however, I find being a parent adds an extra level of difficulty to this equation.

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