12k – 60k+
PUSHING BOUNDARIES TO #GOBEYOND
How many 12k Nuclear Rush laps can you take on?
The Event starts at 9.00 am
Oblivion 2017 has the potential to be a 60k+/37+mile/450+ obstacle challenge. It’s Nuclear Oblivion EXTREME. Designed to challenge the fastest and fittest obstacle race athletes out there; it’s our most brutal & unforgiving event in the Nuclear calendar. There’s 8.5 hours to complete as many 12k laps on the Nuclear Rush course tackling 90+ man-made & natural obstacles per lap. This event requires hardcore training as it’s the ultimate test of physical and mental endurance and strength. Entrants are Oblivion Extreme Legends. This is not a team event. Pit Crew welcome.
OBLIVION EXTREME IS A OCR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING EVENT
Complete 4 laps to qualify for the 2017 OCR World Championships in Canada.
This event is about your endurance. There has to be genuine, honest attempts at all obstacles
The race will finish after 8.5 hours.
Snacks/drinks/food to be left at the Refuelling Transition Zone with Pit Crew.
Obstacle Angels: A number of experienced obstacle racers will be on the courses ready to guide & advise #NukerNewbies or seasoned racers at trickier obstacles – where technique helps. Angels are marked in white hi-viz jackets.
We encourage you to bring your friends and family to come along (there is a small £2pp spectator entrance charge, admission for children under 16yrs is free). They’ll need to sign in at registration before entering the event village.
Spectators are reminded that entering our private land is at their own risk. The entire event is Health & Safety checked prior to & throughout race day. Spectators must make their own decision as to whether they can reach or undertake the journey to spectating areas, which due to the nature of the sport, may be on uneven terrain.
There are excellent spectator obstacle viewing areas in & around the village (first 2k & last 2k). A course map in event village shows spectator accessible zones. Follow the black spectator signs to designated viewing areas. There’s no access to the full course due to safety concerns. Please tell your supporters to adhere to the No Entry signs & not to walk across fields of crops. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome, please clear up after them.
Official Nuclear Photographs
On the day of the Nuclear event, there are more than 8 official photographers situated around the course.
The photographers are at 8 different points around the course to get shots of individual runners. They also take photos of runners crossing the Finish Line, capturing the big moment for them to keep. After the Finish Line you can take your FINISHER photo and MEDAL shot, just look out for the bright Orange vests – and remember to smile!