Vermont’s notorious Stratton Mountain is literally an uphill battle for competitors at the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships, which will be remembered for its rigorous terrain and extraordinary obstacles. Because it is essential that athletes keep cool and dry while navigating the course, Adventurey is proud to announce that it will again be partnering with moisture-wicking bandana marvels Hoo-rag for the fourth year in a row, September 23-26 at Stratton Mountain Resort, Vermont, USA. As part of the partnership, all competitors will receive a commemorative 2021 OCRWC Hoo-rag to wear race weekend.
“Hoo-rag is growing and changing with every passing year,” said Hoo-rag Relationship Manager Veronica Halverson. “What remains the same is that we support people getting active, getting outdoors, and chasing what brings them joy. The Obstacle Course Racing World Championships continues to align with our values as athletes pursue their bliss and challenge themselves. We are pleased to continue our support for the fourth year in a row and take great pride in being the official bandana of the OCR World Championships.”
As a special promotion this year, Adventurey and Hoo-rag will be collaborating on Hoo-rag swag packages that include a complimentary entry to the OCRWC. Follow OCRWC and Hoo-rag on social media for more details!
About Hoo-rag: Hoo-rag is a Florida-based company that was started by outdoor enthusiasts and has been creating revolutionary facewear and headwear since 2012. Its stylish designs, durable construction, and versatile high-performance fabric have made it a leader in the active-lifestyle industry. All products have been tested and approved by the Hoo-rag team and cater to everyone headed for adventure, regardless of the elements. Check out how Hoo-rag can help you with your adventure at www.hoorag.com.
About Adventurey: Created by Adventurey, the OCR World Championships are the only independent global championships for the sport of Obstacle Course Racing. The 2021 OCR World Championships will be held September 23-26 at Stratton Mountain Resort, Vermont, USA. With cash and prizes for winners, the event will attract more than 5,000 athletes from 75 nations and feature the best OCR racers in the world.