2019 OCR World Championships
Kelvedon Hatch, England

Welcome to the sixth running of the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships.

Download our OCRWC Athlete Guide for all of your race weekend essentials. The athlete guide is your one stop shop for race weekend schedules, rules and regulations, and participant details. Check back frequently for more race weekend updates. We can’t wait to see what the 2019 OCRWC has in store!

OCRWC Course Maps

15k course map
3k course map
team course map
100m course map
7k course map
athlete village course map

OCRWC Training

  • How To Keep Your Band at the 2019 OCRWC

    How To Keep Your Band at the 2019 OCRWC

    If you’re taking part in this year’s Obstacle Course Racing World Championships, chances are you’re pretty competent on obstacles and have put in a fair amount of training (unless you’re a turn-up-on-the-day-and-hope-for-the-best kinda gal like me). This isn’t an article on how to train, you know how to do that (and even if you don’t...

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  • 3 Reasons Why You Should Run the 2019 OCRWC 7km Open

    3 Reasons Why You Should Run the 2019 OCRWC 7km Open

    With all the excitement of the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships, there’s one event that’s often overlooked, and that’s the Sunday 7km open event. Rather than being an aside, this is a major part of the weekend and I’m here to tell you why we should all be taking part. If you’re a racer OK,...

  • How to Train for the 2019 OCR World Championships: La Gaffe

    How to Train for the 2019 OCR World Championships: La Gaffe

    In 2017, most of the Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) world was introduced to an obstacle from the mind of OCR Pro, former Olympic Biathlete and Northman, Marco Bedard.  This obstacle, called La Gaffe proved to be challenging for much of the field. As La Gaffe took lots of bands, athletes struggled to figure out how...

  • How to Train for the 2019 OCRWC: Skull Valley

    How to Train for the 2019 OCRWC: Skull Valley

    While Skull Valley and Pipe Dreams initially appear vastly different, they actually hold many training and technical aspects in common.  Skull Valley is named for the skull shaped rock climbing holds, which must be traversed using grip strength in a sideways motion. At the 2018 OCRWC this was followed by floating monkey bars, and then...

  • How to Train for the 2019 OCR World Championships:  Rope Climb and Caving Ladder

    How to Train for the 2019 OCR World Championships: Rope Climb and Caving Ladder

    The caving ladder and rope climb are two very different obstacles, but they both require full body control with an emphasis on upper body and can be made drastically easier through the use of proper technique. Here are the key training tips:  Have a Technique Ready For both of these obstacles you need to have...

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