Spartan Race is the world's best obstacle course race, with over 165 races in 39 countries around the world this year. Spartan Race is not your everyday running race - expect to run, climb, push, pull, throw and crawl through walls, hills, trees, mud, barbed wire and other challenging but fun obstacles.
All Spartan courses are designed to challenge you physically. We can’t spell out what exactly you will face, what fun would that be. However, we can assure there will be fire, mud, water, barbed wire, and occasionally Hell on Earth. Spartan Race is designed to pull you from your comfort zone and challenge you.
Check out some of our more common obstacles here.
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ELITE: The Elite Male and Female Heats are the first heats of the day, and they are for our most competitive racers who want to test themselves against the best and stand the chance to win prize money.
AGE CATEGORY: formerly known as “Competitive” is a series of heats placed immediately after the Elite category. Age Group racers will follow the same rules and standards as the Elite racers. Age Group heats will be officiated by on-course referees, video review, and feature an Age Group points series with exciting prizes, podium awards, and athlete rankings. Age Group Racers believe they could win or place in a given race when stacked against only the best of the best within their designated age group.
OPEN : The Open category is for everyone. Weekend warriors, novice athletes, first-time racers, and teams are all welcome here. The Open category offers the same opportunity as the Competitive and Elite categories to get far outside your comfort zone, test your body’s limits, and experience the awesome rush of the finish line. However, there’s no pressure to push your pace.
BIGGEST SPARTAN TEAM: The team that registers the most number of participants will enjoy their own private, branded tent on Race Day.
*For Elite and Age categories, the team registration is not required
There’s no dress code, but you’ll be running in mud and water, climbing hills and mountains, under barbed wire and jumping fire.Our elites recommend: performance gear (NOT COTTON), water packs, compression underwear, energy bars and gels.Advice from experience is to race in what you train in - new shoes on race day are NOT recommended.
No Refund for personal reason and event cancellation due to weather.
You will be able to change/defer/transfer your registration until ONE month before the race day with deferment fee 5,000 JPY for Super/Sprint and 3,000JPY for Kids race.
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