NORTH AMERICAN OBSTACLE COURSE RACING
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Stratton | Vermont

Register

$75+
3K Sprint Distance
Pro + Age Group Divisions
  • 3-Kilometers
  • 15+ Obstacles
$150+
15K Standard Distance
Pro + Age Group Divisions
  • 15-Kilometers
  • 40+ Obstacles
$75+
Team Relay Racing
Three Person Relay Format
  • 3 Distinct Legs
  • Relay Format
$75
Stratton Foundation Open
Race for a great cause!
  • 7-Kilometers
  • Exclusive Swag

Train for the NorAm Champs

We've partnered with some of the best programs in North America to get you ready for race day.

EPIC Hybrid Training | USA

EPIC Hybrid Training is a circuit-style fitness program that injects the fun back into fitness and produces real results. With fitness trends that come and go, EPIC concentrates on proven core values of training that breeds results specifically for obstacle course racers.
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Yancy Camp | USA

Yancy Camp provides Obstacle Course Racing athletes from all levels of fitness with an effective and inexpensive way to team up with a top level athlete to get an insider’s view into their training program. Get access to weekly online workouts specifically tailed to the NorAm Champs.
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ONE Academy | Canada

Canada’s One Academy™ is a functional training collective that enables members to train with purpose. At its core, the facility offers specialized motivational group training classes that deliver full body workouts which target both elite athletes and the everyday warrior.
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News & Updates

  • Top 5 Reasons Why Obstacle Course Racers are the Best Athletes in the World

    Top 5 Reasons Why Obstacle Course Racers are the Best Athletes in the World

    Whilst at a race recently I was with someone watching competitors take on Nuclear Race’s “Spinning Monkeys”; some were failing, and some were going strong. She exclaimed; “How can they not do this??”, needless to say, her OCR experience was thin, having recently taken on her first not-very-technical race. I explained that these racers were...

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  • NorAm OCR Championships to Host Humanitarian of the Year Award

    NorAm OCR Championships to Host Humanitarian of the Year Award

    North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships is proud to partner with For Those Who Would and Mud Run Guide for the fourth annual For Those Who Would OCR Humanitarian Award.  For Those Who Would, a Richmond, Kentucky-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity rooted in the obstacle racing community launched as an organization supporting individuals unable to participate in athletic and physical recreational activities...

  • North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships Names Stratton Foundation as Official Charity Partner

    North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships Names Stratton Foundation as Official Charity Partner

    The North American Obstacle Racing Championships is proud to partner with the Stratton Foundation as the “Official Charity Partner of the 2018 North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships.” As part of this new partnership, a portion of proceeds from Sunday’s Charity Run during championships weekend will be used to support the Stratton Foundation’s mission to improve...

What are the North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships?

Building off the success of the World Championships, the NorAm Championships will focus exclusively on crowning Pro & Age Group OCR champions in North America.

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What are the North American Obstacle Course Racing Championships?

The NorAm OCR Championships will bring some of North America's best races and athletes together for one weekend of competition, during which North American Champions will be crowned, as well as Canadian and US Champions.

Competition formats include 3-kilometer, 15-kilometer, and Team racing events.

How can I compete in the event?

Most divisions of the NorAm Championships require that athletes meet specific criteria to compete. Qualifying events are available throughout North America.

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How can I compete in the event?

Certain divisions of the NorAm Championships require that athletes qualify to compete. These include professional and age group divisions of the 3-kilometer and 15-kilometer events. There are no qualification requirements for the Team Relay event.

Please review our Qualifying Races & Criteria for further info.