Dan Clark aka “Nitro” from the American Gladiators brings you the most insane one day event on the planet – The Gladiator Rock’n Run. Featuring 17 obstacles, 5 kilometers, and 3 bands!
The course challenges all participants to conquer extreme obstacles and harsh terrain including the world’s longest mud pit, a polar bear plunge waist-deep in an icy pool of water, massive cargo nets, a lumber jack log balance, a rope swing, pitch black underground trenches, a plummet down a tarp into a muddy bog, and more!
Rockers that rumble together, stay together. Create a team during registration process. Then invite all of your friends to join the action-packed, gut-busting, mud-slogging insanity. Together you can share the thrills of victory and spills of defeat. At the end of the day you’ll know which friends are truly “Gladiator Tough.”
Teams can be from an army of one to hundreds. They can consist of both Gladiators and Goddesses of all ages as long as they are “Gladiator Tough” and ready to have an exhilarating time!
Spectators welcome! The course was specifically designed to be spectator friendly. They clustered a host of their most hard-hitting, gut busting, mud slogging obstacles together so you can witness first hand the thrills of victory and the spills of defeat.
Then to celebrate the participants conquests, there will be a bad-ass post race party filled with music, beer, and food. It’s more than a run. It’s an experience!
Each survivor will receive:
WHAT: Gladiator Rock’n Run
WHEN: Saturday, September 28, 2013 | 7:30 am
WHERE: Pasadena Rose Bowl | 1001 Rose Bowl Drive | Pasadena, CA 91103
- Parking $15
- Wave times 10K: 7:30 (Battle of the Box), 8:00, and 9:00 am
- Wave times 5K: 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30 am, and 12:00, 12:30, 1:00 pm
- There is a mandatory $9 Insurance fee with your registration
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