GLOBAL SPARTAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

GLOBAL SPARTAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

Legends Will Rise

Strength invites challenge. Challenge incites competition. Competition breeds champions.

Throughout the course of history, valiant warriors have battled in exotic locations around the globe. Now it’s your turn. Fight for glory, and test your mettle against the top athletes in the world.

Spartan Race will hold championship series’ in North America, Central Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Racers’ speed, strength, and stamina will help them conquer the obstacles, but their minds will have to be finely tuned to conquer the varying terrains and climates as well.

It all culminates in Lake Tahoe, California for the World Championship during the final weekend of September.

30+ countries, 5 championships, $250,000+ in cash and prizes.

The path to Spartan glory is full of grit, sweat, and accomplishment. Do you have what it takes?

U.S. Championship Series Schedule

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April 22, 2017

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June 3, 2017

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July 8, 2017

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July 29, 2017

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August 26, 2017

Overview

Spartan is comprised of World Class Athletes. One thing that separates Spartan Inc. from all other mud runs, is the fact that we time our racers. The company is all about self-improvement, but that doesn’t mean we don’t value winning. Displayed here are the World Rankings for Spartan Race.



SPARTAN POINT SERIES

After each Reebok Spartan Race you will be given a point score that is calculated based on your performance against the winner’s time in your gender and age group* placement. Your top-5 scores within a calendar year are then added to the various Spartan Point Series: World Series, US National Series, US Regional Series, etc. under your respective racing category (Elite, Competitive, Open).

*Age group placement is used for calculating points only for Competitive and Open category. Elites only use overall gender placement.

In order for your results to be properly tabulated into rankings for our Spartan Point Series, you will need to “claim” all your results through Athlinks and make sure all your relevant races are grouped under one Athlinks profile. You can find out how to do that here, as well as fix common Athlinks profile problems.

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