Tame The Terrain obstacle races, mud run, and OCR information, distance, cost, dates, calendar, discounts, obstacles, reviews, and more
The T3 race is roughly four miles. It may seem longer after going up and down the hills of Jennings County, rock walls, ravines, cliffs, ponds and, oh yeah, a river.
Participants are expected to complete all the obstacles. If you are too scared, unable or just plain don't want to do an obstacle, no worries. Our volunteers will provide you with an alternative; can you say ‘burpee?” Good! Can you DO burpees? Start your training NOW!
Part of the course includes water. Since Mother Nature is determining the amount (rain or drought), be prepared for a little or a lot. However, it will NOT be necessary to swim during the race.
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Tame The Terrain Reviews from the Community
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Not Your Average ORC
This was my first race, I signed up for this race mostly because my friends pressured me into it. I didn't know what to expect, i ran this with almost no training off the treadmill and I had a blast.
It rained almost 3 inches the day of the race, so they had to delay the start to keep us out of the river, that however did not detract from the experience, if anything it added to the difficulty. Everything was soaked, mud was absolutely everywhere.
I ran 3 other "cookie cutter" race after this and almost nothing compared. This race will have you dropping into muddy ravines, climbing up rock faces, crawling over waterfalls and wadding through water. It's unique, its fun, and the atmosphere is very welcoming. I am running it again in 2016 and would recommend it to anyone looking for something different.