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Race Report: Louis Smit – Actionman #2

Another OCR race in SA has come to my attention and that is the Actionman, first time doing this fairly new event and it was way tougher than expected. I entered for the 10km Elite race and also got an

Race Report: Malcolm Dunkeld – Kinetic Sprint #2 [Emmarentia]

This race is somewhat of an Urban Adventure race but always lots of fun. The race started with a short 1km run, which our import Ross Kay-Hardes and I decided to do in full cycling kit (Cleats and all). Coming

Race Report: Yolande Speedy – Expedition Africa 2018 Namaqualand

Expedition Africa 2018 Namaqualand West coast #findyourself What an adventure, what a challenge mentally and physically, what a journey of self-discovery!!! There’s no question that Heidi and Stephan know how to put on a top-notch adventure race and their passion

Post Race Interview with 24HR OCR World Champion* Alec Avierinos

Alec competed in the Inaugural 24HR Obstacle Course Racing World Championships (http://ocrworldchampionships.com/24-hour-enduro-championships/) held in Sydney, Australia from the 9-10 June 2018. He was racing in the SOLO Race Category with over 200 athletes and competed in the 50+ age group

Post Race Interview with KeyHealth Elite Athlete Greg Avierinos

Greg competed in the Inaugural 24HR Obstacle Course Racing World Championships (http://ocrworldchampionships.com/24-hour-enduro-championships/) held in Sydney, Australia from the 9-10 June 2018. He was racing in the SOLO Race Category with over 200 athletes and competed in the 18 – 29

Elite KeyHealth OCR athletes compete at 24HR OCR World Championships – Sydney, Australia

OCR is pretty tough.   Athletes run at speed around a marked course (5km – 15km) whilst completing anything from 10 to 36 obstacles. It requires superb fitness, strength and endurance and mental toughness on another level.   Now imagine