Warrior Run – Brighton

Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 9BQ

Obstacle Course
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Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
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Muddy Beginner
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7km, 14km or 21km

About this event

Warrior Run is a 7km obstacle run set in the beautiful southern countryside surrounded by the South Downs. You choose how many laps you want to do but be warned as the course is filled with over 50+ of the toughest of obstacles. Designed with fitness professionals, this really is the toughest run in the south.

With over 50 obstacles per 7k lap, you’ll be crawling through nets, climbing walls, smashing through swamps, throwing yourself over dirt mounds, hauling logs and tyres, making your way through webs and tunnels and splashing through the ditches and streams that make up the course.

Whether you’re a professional runner just looking for something a bit different (there’s a paved section of the course so road runners don’t feel left out!), a unique gift for someone who loves a challenge, a group of friends looking for a different, fun day out or you’re just wanting to test yourself – Warrior Run can accommodate you.

Starting out in event running? Take the one lap, 7k route. Want to go a little harder? Why not take the two lap, 14k option. Fancy yourself a real warrior? Run the course three times and congratulate yourself on the knowledge you’ve just crashed through 21k of the toughest obstacles you’ll encounter on a cross country event anywhere in the country.


Essential Information

Start Time 10am
Chip Timing Yes
Terrain Trail
Min Age 18+

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10 reviews for “Warrior Run – Brighton

  1. It may sound corny but I’ve never seen a finer example of true human spirit, comradery, passion, determination and accomplishment than that at Lloyd and Ross’s Mighty Warrior run. I’ve ran a few different courses but this one fills my heart right up with Love ?…. I would urge everyone to support the opportunity for the warrior run to continue in 2017 because for all involved it is so very very special xxx Roll on April 2017!!!!!! Xxx

  2. We had an awesome time on Sunday – it is such a well run event, well done guys. My only gripe would be that we did the last wave of the day and I think the marshall’s were probably getting to the point where they’d had enough, as some of the obstacles didn’t have anyone on them and we had to figure out ourselves what to do. We also didn’t get any action shots taken of us as the photographers had all gone. 🙁 Thankfully we had one taken at the finish line. Oh I have to say as well though that the marshall’s at the end (on the half pipe) were brilliant! So encouraging and very helpful!

  3. Thank you to all the helpers today. Completed the 7k tough but enjoyed it. I just want to say a big thank you to two men that helped me through the water part when I was having a panic attack. They were brilliant , very caring and thoughtful. Feeling much better now.

  4. Mud

    10

    Price

    10

    Fun

    10

    Obstacles

    10

    Where to start with this one? Such a fantastic event, run perfectly from end to end. One thing I would recommend to those running this but not going for a crazy time – volunteer as a marshal. I took the decision to do just that and along with your free race voucher, meeting some awesome people, a free lunch that actually is good and a free pint at the end of the day, they let you do a marshal “fun run” at the end. So we all experience the course too, just at a steadier pace. The race itself really mixes it up, they have the obstacle village at the beginning and end which pushes the limits in every aspect, I’ve done quite a few races now and this one muddies you up more than the majority, love the fact that you begin and end in water too. The final half pipe is just the best way to end – the sheer happiness at conquering the final hurdle is an experience not to be forgotten. One bit of advice – practice the wall hurdles, there are a lot of them!

  5. The course favoured natural-type man made obstacles over the flashier inflatables and gimmicks and it worked well in the surroundings of the Sussex Countryside. Abundant hills, random clay pigeon shards, log carrying (for the love of little green apples, please always watch what you are doing when carting these things around), a slip n slide (yes, there was extensive posing), things to travel under (roll sideways, it will always be quicker), scramble banks, ladders, a-frames, a sheep dip and gates.

    I think this would be a pretty good race for newbies while still being mentally tough for those on repeat visits or doing laps. They change the course a lot from race to race so there will always be something new. A special shout out to the marshals and the medics as I had to leave the course after a single lap (I wanted to do three) due to a concussion caused by being struck on the head during the log carry by another racer (with her log, obviously, I wasn’t randomly attacked!).

  6. This is a local race to me and is 100% great for a starter to OCR and with optional laps great for the more seasoned of OR runners. Some challenging terrain at points with a nice selection of obstacles that all can tackle.
    Very well run and marshalled
    Next date is going to be published soon!!!!

     
 

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