For the fourth straight year, Conquer the Gauntlet is fielding a Pro Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) team for competing at both the national and international stages. Watch for their athletes not only at the six planned Conquer the Gauntlet (CTG) events in the Midwest but also at OCRs nationwide. You’ll even find them helping out at the largest OCR series just for kids, Conquer Youth, and even a couple of international events.
On February 23, Conquer The Gauntlet Pro Team and #CTGFamily converged on the company’s gym, Conquer Fitness in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a weekend of fun and training. During this event Evan Perperis will be partnering with OCRmill 24 to raise money for Folds of Honor.
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Show up to any race in the US and you’ll see them. Teams of Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) athletes representing things like race brands, compression socks, regions of the US or even corporate companies. Depending on the type of team there may be benefits from pay to just having a good group of friends to race with.
Normally, when you do a major ultra-event, it will take you out of the competitive environment for a month, then a month to build back up to racing level. However, thanks to InsideTracker, I was able to bounce back sooner and here is how you can use their knowledge to recover quicker for your own racing.
Last year just after a weekend that included 2017’s 24-hour long World’s Toughest Mudder and Veteran’s Day I wrote an article about The Success of Military Vets at World’s Toughest Mudder. With the worse race conditions at the event in the last half-decade, not surprisingly vets did well again with one (that I know of) on every overall podium.
I feel like people are now expecting me to do a comparison every year since I started writing this post-race comparison article after 2016’s World’s Toughest Mudder (WTM) (here’s the one from last year comparing all four years of WTM Vegas: Leaving Las Vegas).