Warrior Dash is celebrating 10 years of challenging people all over the United States to get off the couch and play in the mud.
Warrior Dash kicks off their 10th anniversary season February 2019, w/over 20 stops nationwide! Sierra, the official outdoor retail partner of Warrior Dash, breaks down the essentials with “Gear Up: Your One-Stop Warrior Shop.”
With 17 obstacles in the Warrior Dash arsenal, each 2019 course is uniquely comprised of new obstacles and variations on signature obstacles including Up Slide Down, Alcatraz, Get a Grip, and Kiss My Grass. New in 2019, Warrior Dash will feature the industry’s first zip-line obstacle, Super Fly, along with the 3-story El Capitan.
The weather has been unseasonably warm in Colorado during the month of September and that set things up for a beautiful day for Warrior Dash. Even the competitive wave that set off at 8 am was greeted by temperatures in the mid-70s and anyone who ran between 12-2 had to deal with temperatures reaching almost 90. This made all the water obstacles and the mud pit at the end feel so much better.
On Saturday, August 11th, 2018, Warrior Dash brought it's Elements Tour to High Point Farm in Clarksburg, Maryland. Not even a weekend dominated by the renowned North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships (NorAm) could distract Warrior Dash faithful.
I took a trip up to Minnesota to check out Warrior Dash in between binge-shopping at The Mall of America. As a bonus, they now offer a kids race for ages 3-9, which means my daughter (who is three) would get a chance to play on some obstacles.
Sierra Trading Post named the official retail partner of Warrior Dash 2018. Sierra Trading Post is known as the off-price retailer where you can often get amazing deals on some of the top brands in the outdoor industry. Sierra Trading Post will provide the changing tents, photo booths, and be on-site at events with prizes and activities for participants to take part. The full press release below.
Freshly cleared by my physical therapist to return to racing in the non-competitive heats, I jumped at the chance to mark my return to obstacle course racing with the fun and fast Warrior Dash. Though there was no hope of a repeated podium performance from last year’s effort at Warrior Dash, I approached the day eager to return to the open waves for a fun run. In the realm of fun, Warrior Dash never disappoints.