Born Survivor - Assault of Capesthorne Hall

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Born Survivor - Assault of Capesthorne Hall
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Experience the North's biggest mud fest in this obstacle course that will test your physical and mental resolve as you tackle 5K or 10K of 35+ challenging obstacles that will see you climb, crawl, swim and jump through the course, forging a unique camaraderie with your fellow racers.
Elite Squadron, 10km and 5km
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Sat, 2 May 2020
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Macclesfield, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Unnamed Road, Macclesfield SK11 9JY, UK
Start times
Saturday, 2 May 2020
Elite Squadron: 9:45 am10km: 10:00 am5km: 10:00 am
Event summary
Here are the distances available for Born Survivor - Assault of Capesthorne Hall
£59.95 - £85
Elite Squadron
£69.95 - £90
£53.95 - £57.95
Route information
The Born Survivor courses, designed by ex Royal Marines Commandos, are the perfect chance to grab your friends and test yourself to the limit of your physical and mental capacity, all in a buzzing event environment.
The flagship 10km course has 35+ obstacles that will make you laugh, cry, and leave you feeling as though you can tackle anything that life throws at you. You will face barbed wire crawls, dark tunnels, 10ft walls, monkey bars, tyre crawls and their famous 1/4 pipe challenge, fondly named The Blitz.
Those that might find the 10km a bit too daunting can tackle the 5km course, which includes most of the obstacles on the main course, with 50% of the distance but 100% of the fun, and is a perfect event for first-timers to get their feet wet (literally).
If you think you have what it takes to be an elite OCR participant, the Born Survivor Elite Squadron is the first wave to set off on event day and is open to individual athletes only. The Elite Squadron wave is all about testing your speed and performance on an empty course, competing against other elites to be the champion.
What's included
  • 35+ Obstacles
  • Born Survivor Soft Cotton T-shirt
  • Born Survivor Headover
  • Bespoke Born Survivor - Assault of Capesthorne Hall Finisher's Medal
  • Temporary Tattoos
  • Professional Survivor Photo
  • Event village with catering and a fully licensed bar
  • Changing tents
  • Multiple water stops
  • Live Music
  • Music battle zones
Elite Squadron Winners and Runners up also receive:
  • Coveted Born Survivor Elite Squadron Trophies 1st/2nd/3rd Male & Female
  • Technical T-shirt from Sportsshoes - Elite SQN Sponsors
  • 1x Beer Token for the Survivor Stripes Bar
  • Finisher's Photograph
  • Tech T shirt & Trucker Cap from OCR specialists Mud and Blood
  • £10 Born Survivor merchandise tent voucher - redeemable on the day only
  • Elite Headover
  • BS Medal
Main prizes for Elites up for grabs are:
  • 1st Male & Female - Full Race Kit (trainers, jacket, shorts or leggings)
  • 2nd Male & Female - Trainers
  • 3rd Male & Female - Technical Jacket
All Elite Squadron Runners will receive:
  • Exclusive BSES T'shirt and Head-over buff.
  • Online listing of your finishing place
  • Free finisher's glory photograph
  • Access to a clear course
  • Run a free second lap later in the day
How to get there
Unnamed Road, Macclesfield SK11 9JY, UK
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Address: Capesthorne Hall, Congleton Rd, Siddington, Macclesfield SK11 9JY
Parking will be available on site and will be subject to a charge payable on the day in CASH only. Parking will be charged at £5 per car, mini buses £10. Please have money ready as there is no cash machine on site.
Event day logistics
Event Information:
About two weeks prior to event day, you will receive an email a full participants' information pack, event waiver and confirmed wave start times. Please print off, read, sign and bring their event waiver to registration on event day.
09:45: Elite Squadron Wave
10:00 - 13:40: 10km & 5km Start Waves - 12 waves for each event
Please arrive at least 1 hour before your wave start time to ensure plenty of time for registration
Cutoff Times:
There will be no cutoff times for this event, however, if marshals deem that you are unfit to continue, you will be pulled out of the event. The 10km course is expected to take 1-3 hours to complete.
Age Limits:
Participants must be a minimum of 16 years of age on the day. Those that are under 18 must have a paying adult accompany them at all times on the course.
Bag Drop:
There will be a bag storage facility at the event, as well as a car key, wallet & purse secure storage facility, all available for a small charity donation.
There will be no showers available at the event but there will be covered M/F changing areas and toilets at the event village.
Spectator Info
Spectators are welcome to explore the beautiful nearby grounds of Capesthorne Hall and chill out in the buzzing Born Survivor event village before they cheer you on as you tackle the epic course finale. There are awesome food and drink outlets and great opportunities to take photos of the final few obstacles as runners return to base.
What happens if I can't complete one of the Born Survivor Obstacles?
There will hopefully be marshals and other racers to help you through the obstacle, but if you find that you are completely unable to complete the obstacle you can bypass it. In the Elite Squadron, all obstacles must be completed fully or penalties will apply.
Can I bring a pet to the Born Survivor Obstacle race?
You may bring a dog to the event village but must be kept on a leash and accompanied at all times. They will not be allowed to accompany participants on the course.
Do I need to be able to swim to complete the Born Survivor Obstacle Race?
No, however, they event organiser recommends that you only attempt the deep water obstacles if you are confident in water and mud.
Will there be first aid at the Born Survivor Obstacle Race?
Yes, there will be professional medical and radio cover for the event.
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