BattleFrog: Tri-State - SATURDAY

5K, Other

Event Date

Sat, Aug 2, 2014


Englishtown, NJ

About This Activity

BattleFrog - Our namesake race is an intense course of approximately 15k in length, including a minimum of 25 of our signature SEAL-inspired obstacles. This course will be a combination of a timed race for serious athletes, as well as standard heats, meant to encourage teamwork and foster the spirit of cooperation among participants.

BullFrog - The BullFrog is a great introduction to the sport of obstacle racing! A shorter version of the BattleFrog, this approximately 5k course includes a minimum of 15 of the same demanding obstacles as the longer race.

BullFrog Jr. - The BullFrog Jr. course features ten or more of the full-size obstacles the elite racers tackle, but with a more manageable distance of 2.5 kilometers. Designed for ages 11 and up, this course includes mud crawls, climbing walls, slip and slides and our “boot camp” military fitness exercises, the right amount of challenge mixed with the right amount of fun.

Tadpole - Designed for our younger racers, this fun-filled course will offer up to 8+ special obstacles designed just for their size. Parents will accompany Tadpoles between 4 to 6 years old, and participants 7 to 13 will be challenged to complete this approximately 1k course solo!

Tadpole Jr. - For children ages 4 through 6, the TadPole Jr race includes a .5 kilometer dash followed by a series of fun obstacles that are just their size. This exciting adventure will offer mini obstacles such as wall climbs, mud crawls, and rope hurdles, as well as Kid’s “Boot Camp” exercises. Parents will accompany their child through the course and mud pit. There is no extra cost for the parent.

Event details and schedule

BattleFrog - Waves are every 15 minutes starting at 8AM and ending at 2PM

BullFrog - Waves are every 15 minutes starting at 8AM and ending at 3PM

BullFrog Jr. - Wave at 12pm

Tadpole (7 - 13) - One wave each day at 12:00PM

Tadpole Jr. - (4 - 6) - One wave each day at 12:30PM

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