The Warrior Series will welcome round six to the Kwanyoni Lodge in Nelspruit from September 24 to 25.
The lodge will be packed with thousands of athletes who have entered to race over various course distances packed with obstacles that test strength, skill and endurance.
“#Warrior6 caters for all fitness levels and age-groups. Kwanyoni Lodge is a fantastic venue and offers comfortable accommodation for the entire family,” said Jonathan Hart, Advendurance event organiser and Warrior Series course designer.
Warrior Bratz caters for children ages four to 12, covering a distance of 500m, with eight obstacles aimed at challenging the athletes.
Warrior Rookie is the perfect introduction to OCR for athletes 10 years and older, offering up to 15 fun obstacles over a distance of 5 to 8km.
Warrior Rookie Elite is for those who compete for prize-money and there are no substitute penalties. All obstacles have to be completed.
Warrior Commando is for those seeking a greater challenge and who want to test themselves a little more in terms of endurance, strength and agility.
Warrior Elite means no teams or assistance with other participants is allowed, and all obstacles have to be completed.
Competition in Black Ops and Black Ops Elite race is fierce and presents the toughest of courses, set over 15 to 20km with up to 30 obstacles, matching world OCR standards.
The men’s Black Ops Elite seeding has Claude Eksteen leading, with Jeep Team’s Thomas van Tonder in second and Bradley Claase third.
In the women’s Black Ops Elite, Hanneke Dannhauser heads the leaderboard, with Trish Bahlmann in second, and Jeep Team’s Carina Marx in third, ahead of Dominique D’Oliveira.