It took a couple weeks, but it finally got written! If you’d like to read about my first-hand experience at this year’s Killington Ultra, look no further than the latest AAR! As always you can find previous years write-ups in the articles/reviews tab. The famed UB guide will soon be updated with some updates and small lessons learned on the course. Fortunately there isn’t much to add and change around, which means that the guide still stands strong in its effectiveness!
So, we famously say that our team thrives in the most adverse of conditions. Well, that needs to be said some more! First, regiment elite Daniel went and completed the Tahoe 200 mile run!
After that, three of our guys went and came home as finishers at the Killington Ultra!
And then a week later, Wil Daniels absolutely crushes GORUCK Selection as candidate 012, making it into the final five!
And to top it off, today Neal Moser just completed his first ultra in Tahoe!
We’re proud of you guys!
One of the most reliable trail running shoes appears to now be on sale on Amazon! The exact % off is dependant on the shoe size and the color variant, and it appears to be a clearence sale so don't be surprised to see some sizes/colors completely out of stock.
Nevertheless, this is definitely a sale that people will benefit from if they're putting some serious miles on their shoes. You can take advantage of the sale here. Enjoy!
Our team's celebration of becoming stronger every day has officially landed on the calendar for the 15th of December, 2018 at the beaches in St. Augustine once again!
Come join us for our team's signature event that builds champions that overcome extreme adversity at a beautiful state park by the beach. Campsites can be reserved at the venue so that we can all celebrate our accomplishments afterwards... or you have an easy place to sit down and recover after you quit.
More and more information will be coming as the weeks go by, and as always you can find T3 related updates that the team will most likely be checking more than once a day at our live updates page.
Think you have what it takes to be a fully-blooded teammate and earn that red R? Register here.
What a long, amazing journey it has been so far! The 2018 Spartan Death Race after action review is now up for your reading/viewing pleasure! It's a long one, so to help the flow of information there are plenty of pictures and videos embedded into the article. There will be a few tweaks here and there in the next week but for the most part -- enjoy!
See you out there for the 2019 Death Race!
It's obviously been a bit quiet around here! That doesn't mean that our team has been busy at many events doing many above-and-beyond tasks. Just now for instance, five of our members absolutely CRUSHED the GORUCK Independence day Tough and are now pursuing completing the Light as we speak.
But let's talk about next week.
Next week is the Spartan Death Race.
To those who remember way back, Matt D and Carey D took on the Death Race multiple times until the event supposedly ceased to exist in 2015. Well, in 2018 they brought it back with a few sinister twists. This time, we've got three of our team's Elites going out to Vermont next week to attempt what Spartan says is impossible. Any media coverage of the event will be limited, but follow hashtag #PeakDR on Facebook and Instagram for any fragments of information that get put out there. The event begins Wednesday the 11th at 10pm and is slated to conclude sometime Sunday.
Man... it's been since forever ago when we've had any new videos, right?!
Well, we were at the Jacksonville Super/Sprint weekend and our GoPro actually did NOT lose battery life when we were right at the end of the race (like what happened at the freaking beast...)! We had the pleasure of running with the folks from NinjaFit Gym, and we managed to whip up a quick summary video of the race. Check it out!
Another weekend, another adventure for the team! This weekend expect to see at least ten of our teammates out at the Jacksonville Super/Sprint weekend, in addition to two or three of our guys out at the New Jersey Ultra! If you see someone running with a tire, flag or just plain wearing our team shirt, give 'em a high five!
We had an absolute blast volunteering this year at the GDR! 75 Miles of grueling trail runs meant most folks finished in around 21 hours. It was an absolute pleasure to not only volunteer for check-in and mile 44 station (winding stair), but support run for other runners too.
See you out there next year when we once again flip our roles and compete as runners!
Look for our tent at Savage Race this weekend! We'll have our banner flying high and you're welcome to come by and get some shade with us. It'll be a hot day!