Challenge event organisers

Active and outdoor endurance challenge events need to be organised by someone. They obviously need a location and a distance, but they need much more. A course route, obstacles, and start/finish line. Look harder you’ll see marshalling, volunteers, first aid, rescue plans, toilets, showers and of course a burger van or two. Plus admin stuff like rules, participant registration, next of kin, insurance, etc etc etc. Thank you for a fun time you lot.

Click on a logo below to go to the organisers website (btw, waiting for some to confirm).

AEE

SAS and Special Forces soldiers re-create military test marches and mountaining training. NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED

Chase the yeti

This was the first event for Team Chariot. Sadly this OCR closed in 2016.

COPS 30 Miler

Organised the ‘COPS 30 Miler’ alongside the RMC. Replicates the actual 30 mile gruelling test march for the Royal marines

Global Adv

Ex military team lead outdoor adventure trips from mountain treks, navigation, caving and woodland survival

London Marathon

26.2 miles along the streets of the capital city of London. Massive undertaking and massive help to thousands of charities. RECREATE LOGO.

RMCC

Organised by the Royal Marines Charity & Devon Air Ambulance. 10 km of tunnels, water & running

SF Experience

SAS and Special Forces soldiers re-create military test marches and mountaining training. NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED

Spartan

Spartan Beast – 13 mile OCR, with heights, ropes, bogs, obstacles and burpees

Paras’10

The Parachute Regiment organize the 10 mile TAB on their actual training site in Catterick and Colchester

The Suffering

This excellent OCR was closed in 2017. Respect to the Suffering team – a brutal OCR, so cool!

Tough Guy

Said to be the world’s most demanding one-day survival ordeal. OCR, 9 miles, 250 obstacles

Tough Mudder

A 10 – 12 mile OCR, like a fun giant playground. But with it’s heights, pits and swingy obstacles it’s no push over

Mucky Races

10km OCR with climbing obstacles, waist high water, uneven terrain and mud

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