6TH FEBRUARY 2021
Fallout is our Nuclear winter beast…
The one you need to train for – take it for granted and it’ll bite you. It’s our last event of the season on our permanent site. Don’t moan about the cold, wet, wind or mud – cuts, bruises, scrapes and sores are all abundant, but all part of the survivor experience. If you’re a newbie, small group, big team, veteran or competitive obstacle racer Nuclear courses are thoughtfully designed to be challenging, fun & achievable for all ages & every fitness ability.
Expect a wide range of natural & man-made obstacles over undulating farmland, in woodland, lakes, bogs & through our award winning #lovemud – duck-taping your trainers on isn’t a bad idea! The Deathslide is included in both courses, but don’t expect a Nuclear course layout or obstacle combination to ever be the same.
7k & 14k (2 x laps of the 7k course) distances. There are no penalties.
Limited food & drink, toilets & Nuclear merch shop – it’s your challenge! Attempt as many or as few obstacles as you like
Water obstacle depth is no deeper than 4-5’
Receive a Nuclear Fallout survivor medal & finisher top
The Fallout course will be cleared from 2:30pm onwards (last runner 1st) due to failing light levels.
This event will comply with local authority COVID-19 guidelines so we can deliver the safest experience for our racing #nuclearfamily:
There is no spectator access at this event.
The car-park will be located right next to the event village to allow for easier & quicker arrival & exit once finished.
There will be no event village, tradestands, sports therapy, live music etc
There will be no bag-drop, changing tent or showers. There is a key drop for vehicle keys.
There will be one finish survivor photo.
There will be a slightly reduced obstacle count.
A maximum of 5 racers will start together. If you are part of a team or running with buddies make sure you meet up before registering & enter the one way system together or you may not be able to start/run with them.
Individual racers DO NOT have to stay in their ‘start group’ – run your own race-pace maintaining social distancing at all times.
Racers must run on the left side of the course using the right for overtaking.
There will be reduced mud & water obstacles to keep in line with current COVID guidelines & obstacle changes may be made should guidelines be updated.