The Obstacle Course Racing World Championship (OCRWC), the sport’s first independent championship, announced today a continued partnership with Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW), a veteran operated non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to honor, empower and motivate wounded service members through physical, mental and emotional rehabilitative activities such as Obstacle Course Races.

“The noble work that Operation Enduring Warrior does results in incredibly positive transformative changes in the lives of our service men and women as they acclimate to life after serving our country,” said OCRWC President Adrian Bijanada. “We are thrilled to support them once again in 2015 and we are honored to have them as our guests in October.”

OCRWC organizers will be working with OEW to help market their mission and raise awareness through a variety of initiatives.

“We love working with OCRWC and look forward to not only attending the event but also working together to showcase how obstacle course racing has been instrumental in us helping wounded veterans. We can’t wait to come back, “ said OEW President, Scott Blough.

About the OCR World Championships:

The OCR World Championships is the first truly independent championship event designed to celebrate the athletes in the burgeoning sport of obstacle course racing. The second running of the event will be held on October 17 & 18, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio and will be one of the broadest competitive events in the sport with over 16 racing categories including elite, age-group, and team competitions, and will feature over 50 categories for cash and prizes for athletes. For more information, visit

About Operation Enduring Warrior:

Operation Enduring Warrior™ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to honor, empower and motivate America’s wounded military service members. Their physical, mental and emotional rehabilitative cycle is modeled to overcome adversity and hardship through innovation, teamwork and perseverance; ultimately enabling Wounded Warriors’ lives to go in directions they once thought impossible. For more information, go to