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3-mile obstacle course on paved roads and hard-packed dirt - flat and fast. Over 40 obstacles, including hay jumps, tunnel crawls, log hurdles, 6 ft wall, trenches, cargo net crawls, and push up stations. USMC Drill instructions at each station to make sure you've completed your obstacles.

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The first and best! A fun and furious 3-mile course featuring obstacles used only by Marine Recruits at the Marine Recruit Depot. Get "encouragement" along the way at each obstacle by MCRD Drill Instructors. Compete as an individual or a member of a 3-person or 5-person team. Great post-race party with plenty of music, food, drinks and beer, awards to the top 3 finishers in each category/age group, official race T-Shirts to all entrants. A very memorable day!

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Online Registration closes at 11:59 PM PST on Wednesday, 23 September 2015. Day-of Registration will be available starting at 0630 at race venue. Prices will increase to $45/Individual; $135/3-person team; $225/5-person team.

In order to receive your packets in the mail, you or your team must register by Monday, 02 September 2015. The packet includes your race numbers and course information. Note: Team captains will be mailed all bibs and information for the entire team if all members sign the waivers by 02 September. Otherwise, a waiver will be sent to the captain for all members to sign.

Team captains are responsible for: making sure all team members sign a waiver, handing out the race numbers for your team, finding your team members on race morning and making any substitutions necessary for the team. Please make sure you want to be a team captain before you register!

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Race photos available for purchase at PhilCollumPhotography.com Read Full Story

2,000 civilians vie for bragging rights at Boot Camp Challenge

2,000 civilians vie for bragging rights at Boot Camp Challenge

Grueling three-mile obstacle course allows civilians to glimpse a portion of the 13-week process of turning young men into Marines Read Full Story



Humility is served at MCRD's annual Boot Camp Challenge. Read Full Story

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