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The Obstakiller event is meant to be a test of toughness, strength, stamina, camaraderie, and mental grit that takes place in one place in one day. It is not a race against other contestants, but rather a competition with oneself and the course. The object is to complete the course. Venues are part of the challenge and usually involve hostile environments that might include extreme heat or cold, snow, fire, mud, extreme changes in elevation, and water.

Some of the activities include runs, military style obstacles, going through pipes, traversing cargo nets, climbing walls, swimming in cold water, throwing or carrying heavy objects, and traversing mud and clay. In summation, the Obstakiller event is a hazardous activity that presents the ultimate physical and mental challenge to participants.

If you have any questions regarding any of the rules, please feel free to contact us.

Release of Liability Waivers

All participants must read and complete the appropriate Obstakiller Release of Liability Waiver form and present it to an event organiser prior to competing.


Frequently Asked Questions

Will start times be enforced?

Yes. Your start time will be sent approximately 10 days before event day. No need to bring proof – your start time will be linked to your ticket, so make sure to bring a printed or digital copy of your ticket and your photo ID.

How old do I have to be to take part?

This is an over 18s event. Please remember your photo id as proof of age on the day.

How fit do I need to be to partake in an event?

Obstakiller events are designed to test all round fitness. However, fitness alone will not get you round the course. You will also need mental endurance to complete the course and overcome the obstacles.

Can I get a refund?

No. We do not issue refunds, regardless of circumstance, nor do we issue partial refunds, as per company policy and the terms & conditions that are agreed to by each participant during registration.

What do I need to bring with me?

Remember to bring:

  • Your tickets
  • A signed waiver
  • Photo ID
  • Suitable Clothing and Footwear

We’ll need to find you in the system, check you in and register you to run or spectate.