Casey Jindra and Nikki Call brave the elements in Kansas City - torrential rain, high winds, and Evan's hair nightmare made this one of the most harrowing OCR Warrior showdowns yet! Who will survive the weather and the course to come out on top as OCR Warrior Women's Champion?
In the first matchup of Knockout Round #2, the brazen young upstart Nathan "Napalm" Palmer takes on The Godfather of OCR, Hobie Call in a matchup to carve out a spot in the Finals. With the young buck Napalm advance, or does all the speed, skill, and stamina that has made Hobie an OCR superstar see him through to the championships? Find out now on OCR Warrior!
Wichita Kansas' own Troy Bruns faces off against The Godfather of obstacle course racing, Hobie Call. Does Troy have what it takes to knock Hobie out? Skull Valley may have something to do with it... only one of these guys will advance to KNockout Round #2 - which one will it be?
Mud Run Guide's Editor-In-Chief Margaret Schlachter sits down with the Godfather of OCR, Hobie Call to learn more about his future in the sport he helped put on the map - obstacle course racing. Is he hanging up his shoes and retiring, or does he have a bigger challenge in the near future?
Coverage of the 2014 Warrior Dash Men's World Championship from Esparto, CA Some of the biggest names in OCR were on-hand including reigning Worlt's Toughest Mudder Champion Ryan Atkins, Hobie Call, Cody Moat, Hunter McIntyre, and Brakken Kraker along with USA Trail 100k record-holder, Max King.
When Hobie Call went back to work last Thursday in the world of HVAC he had no idea that by the time he got home he would be the talk of the OCR community. It is no secret that over the last couple of years Call has played a balancing act as a professional obstacle racer as well as supporting himself and his wife and five kids from race winnings and sponsorship deals with race organizations.
Wrapping up the results and news from the weekend. Hobie Call retires as a professional obstacle racer. Spartans Rule the east and Midwest over the weekend.
As if it were not exciting enough with challenging obstacles and live demonstrations featuring U.S. Navy SEALs and a McDonnell-Douglas 600 Special Mission Bird helicopter, leaders of BattleFrog today announced that its NY-NJ-CT event is shaping up to be a United States of America vs. Canada challenge with top-ranked obstacle course race athletes from both nations announcing that they will compete on Saturday, August 2, 2014 in Englishtown, New Jersey.
Upon leaving my hotel for Battlefrog’s Greater DC event the receptionist said to keep an eye out for deer in the road while driving to the venue. To me, nothing else can better explain just how “out there” this venue was. And it made for an excellent race. From the race, to the festival, to the volunteers and workers, this was one very well executed event. Despite being new to the OCR scene, Battlefrog has set a very high bar.