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The 2019 OCR Enduro World Championships will be held June 8-9, 2019, just outside of Sydney, Australia. This event will utilize a lapped based racing format that features 30 obstacles per 11km lap.

The 2019 OCR Enduro World Championships are being held in Sydney, Australia on June 8-9, 2019.

The venue address is:

Dargle Farm

312 River Rd

Lower Portland, NSW,  2756

Qualification is required for all Pro divisions. There are no qualification requirements for Age Group divisions. Qualification criteria will be announced on August 1.

The Dual Crown Champion is the title awarded to any athlete that wins their division at both the 24 Hour Enduro Championship and the 15k division of the OCR World Championship.

Athletes can compete either as an individual or in teams of four in relay format.

Individual divisions for each gender are as follows: Pro or Age Group (18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+)

Team Relay divisions include: Men, Women, or Co-Ed (2 men + 2 women)

Note: Pro division athletes must qualify to compete. There are no qualification requirements for Age Group or Team Relay divisions.

Entry fees vary based on your desired division. Please visit the event registration page; for the most up to date information.

Obstacle Course Racing World Championship events are premier athletic competitions. As such, entry fees are non-refundable, non-transferrable, and may not be deferred to another year.

Refunds, transfers, or deferments of entries are not granted for any reason, including injury, pregnancy, military exercise or deployment, and family emergencies. We regret that we cannot make exceptions.

Note: athletes unable to compete due to the above reasons or other personal circumstances may defer their qualification status to the following year. The following year’s registration fee is not waived in these instances.

The OCR World Championship Enduro is intended to be a competition between the best obstacle course racers in their respective divisions. As such, transfers of race entries are strictly prohibited. Athletes found to be in violation of this policy may be banned from the World Championship and future OCRWC competitions.