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Spartan Race: SoCal Beast and Sprint | 2019

Date / Time
May 18 - May 19 / 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location
Snow Summit

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Register to race in elevations as high as 8,200 ft with a 1,200 ft of vertical drop.


If you’re looking to unleash your inner beast and go to places you never imaged, the Spartan Beast is perfect for you. With 13 mi / 21 km and 30 obstacles between you and the finish line, the Spartan Beast will test everything you’re made of: your strength, your endurance, your resolve. The unpredictable terrain and Spartan Obstacles are masterfully designed to push you deep into your discomfort zone, and well past those self-imposed obstacles you once considered your limits. Beast mode: on.

We're inviting all racers and spectators to join us at Snow Summit for a Beast and Sprint Spartan Race.

When: May 18-19 (7:30AM - 4PM)

Where: Snow Summit (880 Summit Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315)

Visit the official Spartan Race website for full details and to register online today.

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