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GAUTENG, MIDRAND, 30 JANUARY 2018 – Attracting close to three thousand athletes, and a couple thousand onlookers, the 2018 season opener of the hugely popular obstacle course racing (OCR) series, the Toyota WARRIOR Series, powered by Reebok, was off to

Background for choosing the squad and team for OCRWC

In preparation for announcing the SA OCR Squad and team to represent SA at OCRWC we would like to make a few points clear:  The Squad and Team have been selected on their realistic ability to podium at OCRWC. The

Carina Marx: Super athlete who loves super bikes

My OCR path started with my first Rookie (Jeep Warrior Race) two and a half years ago. It was love at first “mud”! All I wanted to do after each race was to get better and better. I admired the

Sabrina Daolio: Feet (and knees) of Faith

I am studying to be a Sports Psychologist. As some of you may know, most of last year I had to deal with a rather harsh knee injury. There is nothing worse than sitting on the sidelines at races. Having this

Why I went vegetarian – Louis Smit

Here is Louis’ story First of all, I got introduced to a vegetarian diet by my compassionate girlfriend, Jolene. Her motivation was that the meat industry was hurting, exploiting and killing animals on a massive scale and that most people

Who is WarriorRic and what’s “Right Here” about?

Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) represents a unique opportunity for me as a Speaker, MC and Facilitator. My work is centered around inspiring, motivating and transforming individuals and companies in order to align vision and values for shared success. Obstacles can

From 114kg to OCR trainer: Rudi Delport’s story

SA OCR decided to have a little chat with Rudi Delport, the owner of OCT South, an OCR training facility in Johannesburg South. His story blew us away! SA OCR: Let’s start at the beginning, Rudi. Tell me about yourself

Warrior Race #1 Recap!

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So what makes a Warrior Race so attractive that grown men and women will pay for the privilege of wallowing through mud, muck, and who knows what else? Clearly something drew over 7000 people to participate in this year’s first

BattleRush Scramble!

The atmosphere on the BR Scramble at Jozi X was electric with anticipation as the first BattleRush event of 2016 kicked off yesterday. Pretoria and Johannesburg are finally getting rain and it’s coming almost every night, making Obstacle Course Racing even


A look back to happy feet in 2015: #Salomon Before we kick off the new season of OCR in 2016, I think we need a bit of a review on my gear of 2015! Obstacle Course Racing is the fastest growing