Get 15% off Spartan Race UK 2017 events - Women's Running

Get 15% off Spartan Race UK 2017 events

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  April 26, 2017

Get 15% off Spartan Race UK 2017 events

The UK Spartan Race Season is under way! The first race of the year is in the books – where more than 3,000 racers gathered to conquer their personal challenges. It was an epic day of sun, success and camaraderie. Check out the video from the event for a taster!

The good news? There’s more to come! The better news? We’ve an exclusive 15% DISCOUNT on the rest of the Spartan Race UK 2017 events, just use code: WOMENSRUNNING

Spartan Race is the World’s Best Obstacle Race with varying race difficulties for both beginners and elite runners to challenge themselves and to test their limits. The series includes the very accessible Sprint (5km+, 20+ obstacles), the intermediate Super (13km+, 24+ obstacles) and the legendary Beast (20km+, 30+ obstacles) distances.

The season opener, the South-East Sprint at St Clere in Sevenoaks, was a momentous success; the biggest ever UK Sprint event in the UK. With the OCR scene growing so rapidly in the past few years, it’s time for you to try something new again – feed your inner sense of adventure, take on a new challenge.

As Spartan Race continue to take the lead in obstacle innovation, courses and new venues, the 2017 season is looking to be the most exciting yet. With four new obstacles, never before seen in the UK; as well as some re-inventions, it will keep the tens of thousands of racers on their toes, and drive them to achieve their own personal goals.

Don’t miss out, get 15% OFF with code WOMENSRUNNING here.

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