The Reebok Spartan Race is the world’s biggest obstacle event suitable for people of any age, fitness and ability. Held throughout the year in various locations across the UK, the Spartan Race provides everyone with the opportunity to test their endurance and determination with the grueling challenges and obstacles.

You can choose from different races depending on your own level of fitness, what you would like to achieve, and how difficult you would like to make it.

Spartan Sprint –  3+ miles and 20+ obstacles

Spartan Super – 8+ miles and 25+ obstacles

Spartan Beast – 12+ miles and 35+ obstacles

Dates and Locations Available

May 4th and 5th 2019 – Wrotham, Kent – Sprint and Super

May 25th and 26th 2019 – Dublin, Ireland – Sprint and Super

June 22nd and 23rd 2019 – Aston Down Airfield, Gloucestershire – Sprint and Super

July 13th and 14th 2019 – Marston Lodge, Harborough – Sprint and Super

September 14th and 15th 2019 – South Inch Park, Perth – Beast and Sprint

October 5th and 6th 2019 – Rapley Farm, Berkshire – Sprint, Super and Beast

Spartan Race charity places

Secure your guaranteed charity place by filling out our registration form.

To take part is £35. For each charity place there is a target to raise £200 for Prostate Cancer Research Centre.

If you have your own place for this event, you can secure your place on #TeamPCRC too! There is no fundraising requirement we just ask that you raise as much as you can to support us funding research towards a life without prostate cancer.

Why take part for PCRC?

At PCRC, we focus on researching advanced prostate cancer. This is because prostate cancer is treatable when it is confined to the prostate, but once it spreads to other parts of the body, it becomes incurable and dangerous. We urgently need better treatments for men with this life-threatening disease, and we can only do that by funding excellent, ground-breaking research.  Every pound that you raise will help us to achieve our vision of a better future for men with prostate cancer. You can help us use science to turn hope into reality.

What is the Reebok Spartan Race?

Spartan Race is a leader in the sport of obstacle racing, offering open heats for all fitness levels, as well as competitive and elite heats for those with something more to prove. The first of its kind to feature timing and global rankings, Spartan Race provides a proving ground for beginner and professional obstacle racers looking to test themselves in new ways across the world.

How fit do I need to be to take part in the Spartan Race?

There are options available for all levels of fitness, but if you are taking on the Beast then this requires specific training, as it is the most difficult race.

How old do I need to be to take part in the Spartan Race?

You need to be over the age of 14 to take part in a Spartan Race.

What do I receive for completing the Spartan Race?

From PCRC you will receive a thank you letter for completing the challenge to let you know how much we appreciate you raising money for research into advanced prostate cancer!

Once completing the race you will receive, from the spartan team:

1 Free Beer
Free Professional Photos (to frame and flaunt)
Badass Finishers Medal
A trifecta medal wedge piece
Racer headband
Finisher T-Shirt
Bragging Rights
Results (all racers are chip timed for race results)

When does the Spartan Race take place?

There are races all throughout the year in different locations. These are below.

South East Sprint and Super – 4th May 2019

Ireland Sprint and Super – 25th May 2019

South West Sprint and Super – 22nd June 2019

Midlands Sprint, Super and Kids – 13th July 2019

Windsor Trifecta (Sprint, Super, Beast and Kids) – 5th October 2019

What is the route?

Spartan Sprint – 5km+, 20+ obstacles

Spartan Super – 13km+, 25+ obstacles

Spartan Beast – 20km+, 30+ obstacles

Some of the obstacles include: atlas carry, barbed wire crawl, bucket brigade, fire jump, hercules hoist, over under through, rope climb, spear throw, tire drag, traverse wall, tyrolean traverse and wall jump

Come find out more about the obstacles!


Where does the money I raise go?

All the funds you raise will go back into funding research and allowing scientists to test out methods and ideas in order to come up with better treatments for life threatening prostate cancer.

How can I contact PCRC?

Telephone: 0203 735 5444

Facebook: @ThePCRC

Twitter: @ThePCRC

Registered Charity Number: 1156027

Address: Prostate Cancer Research Centre, 23-26 Great James Street, London, WC1N 3ES

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