They Want To Be Just Like You!

Think back to when you were a kid. Did it involve long days out in the sun whether you were with your friends or alone? Building forts, playing chase, digging in the dirt, and collecting scrapes and scars from every great adventure you had? A lot of kids today are …

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Obstacle Racing Kid interviewed.

Obstacle Course kids

-Lorelai Hunt age 5 I asked these questions yesterday to my five year old daughter. She completed the adult Monster Challenges course which was a little over 4 and half. She was the youngest to complete this obstacle race loved it. Mud is now in my daughter’s blood. She can’t wait …

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We are giving away 10 OCRkids T-Shirts!

OCR Kids T-Shirts

We are giving away Official OCRkids T-Shirts for 10 OCRkids to tell us about their experiences at obstacle course races and mud runs. We will be reviewing them and will choose 10 of them to share with-in the OCRkids, MudRunFun and other OCR Communities. Each of the OCRkids that are …

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What should my kid wear to an obstacle race?

Kids obstacle racing gear

What type of clothing should my kid wear to an Obstacle Race? With millions of adults participating through-out the world in events like Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, BattleFrog Series or the countless other obstacle races over the last few years, it has opened the door for more kid-based courses being designed …

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5 reasons I know I am an OCRkid?

How I know I am an OCR kid. By Josalyn Sunstar Wright Hi, I’m Josalyn, and I really like running. It is even more fun when you get to do neat things when you run. This is why I started to run obstacle races with my dad. This has changed …

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Josalyn Wright and The Castle Canyon, she’s loving it!

Josalyn is a nine-year old 4th grader who loves playing outside, climbing trees, books and of course running obstacle races. Her current 5k PR time is 24:16. This past weekend she ran the Castle Canyon with her family, in her own words, she LOVED IT! lets see what she had …

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