Concrete Hero is the ultimate urban obstacle challenge benefiting the AIDS Project Los Angeles. Join thousands of fellow Angelenos for a unique obstacle adventure through the city streets, united for one common goal – to support life-saving services for people living with HIV/AIDS – while getting a great work out and experiencing downtown LA like never before!
Come face-to-face with the city’s elements like you’ve always wanted. It’s gonna be tough. It’s gonna be exhilarating. But make no mistake, this event isn’t just for extreme athletes or gym junkies, it’s for anyone who wants to challenge themselves for a great cause. So prove yourself in the chip-timed 5-mile Competitive Challenge and make a huge difference for APLA in helping the over 60,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in our city.
The race starts at the LA State Historic Park and offers many challenging and creative obstacles.
A good training plan is the secret to success! Whether you are racing for fun or you want to compete for placement – the key to training is beginning at your own pace and gradually increasing your duration and intensity. Always remember: you’re a Hero and you can do it!
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WHAT: Concrete Hero Urban Obstacle Challenge
WHEN: Sunday, July 14, 2013 | 9:00 am
WHERE: Los Angeles State Historic Park | 1245 North Spring Street | Los Angeles, CA 90012
- Registration: $15
- Packet Pick up opens at 8:00 am
CONTACT INFO: (323) 462-HERO (4376) or infoLA@concretehero.org
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