Snohomish County to Host 2015 Reebok Spartan Race
26 May, 2015
World’s Leading Obstacle Racing Company Announces Reebok Spartan Super at Meadow Wood Farms on October 17
Reebok Spartan Race, the world’s premier obstacle race company, will host a Reebok Spartan Super at Meadow Wood Farms in Monroe, Washington on October 17.
Obstacle racing’s ultimate test of endurance and strength, 8+ miles of extremely rough with rolling hills with 24-29 obstacles. Racers will be running through natural ponds and man-made pits.
"Meadow Wood Farms is a world-class venue on scenic, but challenging, terrain that will offer our athletes an exciting new course against which to test themselves,” says Joe De Sena, Reebok Spartan Race CEO and Co-Founder. "We are excited that Snohomish County is supporting our race series and the sport of Obstacle Racing as we rip people from the Pacific Northwest off their couches to see what they’re capable of achieving.”
Registration for the Seattle Spartan Super in Monroe, Washington is now open at Spartan.com. Racers can pre-register now for race information and special offers. For more information about the Reebok Spartan Race, please visit http://www.spartan.com/events/?event_id=500/seattle-super.
About Reebok Spartan Race, Inc.: Reebok Spartan Race—voted Outside magazine’s Best Obstacle Race— is the world’s leading obstacle racing company and the first of its kind to feature timing and global rankings. With more than 240 events in 25+ countries planned for 2015, Reebok Spartan Race has more than 1 million global participants, and offers open heats for all fitness levels as well as competitive elite heats. With 4-plus million engaged social media followers, brand extensions including Spartan Group Training (SGX) and a popular NBC television series, Spartan Race has made obstacle racing one of the fastest growing sports—and lifestyles— in the world. Spartan Race features races at three distances, 3+Mile/20+ Obstacle “Sprint,” 8+ Mile/25+ Obstacle “Super” and 13+ Mile/30+ Obstacle “Beast,” culminating each year in the Reebok Spartan World Championship. Visit http://www.spartan.com for more information, a schedule of events, and to register for a race.
About Snohomish County Sports Commission: The Snohomish County Sports Commission (SCSC) was formed in 2005 as an entity of the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau. The SCSC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau is a non-profit economic development agency responsible for the year-round professional tourism marketing of Snohomish County, Washington. Visitors spend $880 million in Snohomish County annually, contributing more than $67 million in state and local tax revenues. Direct visitor spending benefits retailers, restaurants, attractions, transportation services, hotels and other businesses, and provides employment for over 10,100 people in Snohomish County.