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About Warrior Race
The Warrior Race burst onto the scene in 2013 and spearheaded the sudden rise of obstacle course racing in South Africa. It quickly grew to up to 9000 participants per event and remains at the forefront of the growth spurt in the fledgling sport of obstacle racing with its larger than life obstacles and innovative courses to challenge South Africans.
One of the reasons why obstacle racing is so popular, is because anyone can participate. All you need is a pair of old running shoes and a sense of adventure. What makes obstacle racing unique is that it is one of only a few opportunities for athletes from different sporting codes to compete against each other on a level playing field.
What is obstacle course racing?
Obstacle course racing (OCR) is a sport in which a competitor completes a course on foot, encountering physical challenges/obstacles along the way.
At Warrior Race, competitors are challenged by world-class obstacles that will involve jumping off a 6m or 4m platform into water, crawling through mud under a wire fence, battling up slippery slopes and running or swimming across water obstacles, hanging off ladders and ropes across distances and more.
Upcoming 2017 Toyota Warrior Series events:
#Warrior3 22-23 April Van Gaalen, Gauteng
#Warrior4 27-28 May Kwanyoni Lodge, Mpumalanga
#Warrior5 19-20 August Venue TBA, KwaZulu-Natal
#Warrior6 16-17 September Tierpoort Adventure Farm, Gauteng
#Warrior7 21-22 October Meerendal Wine Estate, Western Cape
#Warrior8 25-26 November Riversands Farm, Gauteng
To find out more about the Toyota Warrior Series, go to www.warrior.co.za
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