ENDURO WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sydney, Australia
NORTH AMERICAN
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Stratton, Vermont
3K, 15K + 100M WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS
London, UK

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  • OCR Community: What We Miss About OCRWC

    OCR Community: What We Miss About OCRWC

    Hands up. Who’s felt things are a little bit… lacking lately? There’s something missing isn’t there? I know Spring is coming and we have that to look forward to, but for me it’s just not cutting it. The annual event of the OCR World Championships also coincides – for many of us- with a brief...

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  • Veloforte’s Bars and Bites to be the Official Nutrition at London’s 2019 OCR World Championships 

    Veloforte’s Bars and Bites to be the Official Nutrition at London’s 2019 OCR World Championships 

    It’s a perfect match: Adventurey and energy-bar maker Veloforte are teaming up again Oct. 11-13 for the 2019 OCR World Championships in London, where they will introduce the official OCRWC energy bar! Fortified with Veloforte’s award-winning, all-natural blend of balanced, recovery-inducing nutrients, the souvenir-style packaged goodies will be available in the village and at the...

  • 5 Reasons to Race in the U.K.

    5 Reasons to Race in the U.K.

    As OCR fever continues to grip the world, it’s becoming easier and easier to find races just about anywhere on the planet. But for me, it’s hard to beat an OCR in good old Blighty. This isle has a lot to offer when it comes to the sport. The Birthplace of OCR Yes, I know...

  • Obstacle Difficulty: Can Ultra-OCR Be Too Hard?

    Obstacle Difficulty: Can Ultra-OCR Be Too Hard?

    Previously, we discussed obstacle course difficulty for both cash prize OCRs and Championship level OCRs. This week we are talking my personal favorite aspect of the sport, Ultra-OCR.   I define Ultra-OCR, as I did in my book, Mud Run Guide’s Ultra-OCR Bible, as races where the winner finishes in 5+ hours or the race is...

  • OCRWC Top 10 OCR  Athlete Rankings – March

    OCRWC Top 10 OCR Athlete Rankings – March

    We are proud to introduce: OCR World Championships Top 10 OCR Athlete Rankings. Here at the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships we are always looking to push boundaries, develop the sport, and improve for the athletes, as well as our fans. Whilst we work hard on innovation for our races, designing the most exciting courses...

What are the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships?

The OCR World Championships are the only independent global championships for the sport of Obstacle Course Racing designed to unify, promote, and increase participation in the sport of OCR.

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What are the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships?

Since its inaugural event in 2014, the OCR World Championships has served as the premier independent world championships for the sport of Obstacle Course Racing. Now drawing athletes from over 65 nations in 2017, the OCR World Championships features both professional and amateur age-group competitions.

Competition formats include 3-kilometer, 15-kilometer, 24-hour, and Team racing events.

How can I compete in a Championship event?

Certain divisions of the OCR World Championships require that athletes meet specific criteria to compete. Qualifying events are available throughout the world.

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How can I compete in a Championship event?

Certain divisions of World Championship events require that athletes qualify to compete. These include professional and age group divisions of the 3-kilometer and 15-kilometer events and the professional division of the 24-Hour World Championships. There are no qualification requirements for open divisions at the 24-hour Enduro World Championships.

Please review our Qualifying Races & Criteria for further info.

Entry into the OCRWC is limited issued to qualified athletes on a first come, first served basis.

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