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  • Spartan Race (Chiba Sprint)

    19 May 2018
    Tokyo German Village

     

    Spartan Race in May 2018

    Spartan Race is one the most popular obstacle races in the world, involving more than one million participants and 200,000 spectators yearly worldwide.

    The first-ever Spartan Race in Japan was held in May 2017 (Sprint), followed by the second race in autumn 2017 (Sprint, Super and Kids).

    The coming  Chiba Sprint/ Kids is the third Spartan Race to be held in the country. Are you ready to climb over obstacles and cross the finish line?

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    Spartan Sprint /Kids

    ◆ Sprint

    It is the shortest-distance category in the Spartan Race, of 5 km or more, with some 20 obstacles. The Sprint is ideal not only for the first-timers, but also for all athletes who aim for higher performance than a previous race or warm up for the next stage.

    ◆ Kids

    A distance of about 1 to 2 km with about 10 obstacles, the race is fit for kids of age 5 to 12. They’d experience the sense of accomplishment and thrills to overcome obstacles.

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    Aim for the finish line or further

    All finishers will receive a finisher’s medal and a t-shirt. Experienced athletes may like to test their skills further in the Elite category with prize money, or in one of the age-group categories (newly created in 2018) to win a medal.

    ◆ Elite

    The top three finishers with awarded prize money.

    ◆ Age Group

    The top three finishers in each age group will be awarded the medals.

    ◆ Open

    You can form up a team to challenge the obstacles by helping one another among the teammates. Individual participation is also possible.

    amuzen 「スパルタン第3弾! SPARTAN RACE」
    It’s also fun to participate in workouts.

* The above is the information known at the time of publication and subject to change without prior notice.

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