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Spartan Race - DENVER SUPER AND SPRINT WEEKEND

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A mixture of natural and manmade obstacles await you on trails and through dense forests in the regal setting of Colorado Renaissance Faire. With stunning views of the Rockies, and epic hiking opportunities, this is a great weekend for the entire family.

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Sprint Distance

3+ miles and 20+ obstacles. The Sprint is Spartan's shortest distance race, but it’s still a favorite for both new and returning racers. If you're just starting your Spartan journey, it's the perfect distance. In the 3-5 mile course, there will be over 20 obstacles to contest with, so there's plenty of variety.

Super Distance

10k and 25+ obstacles. There’s nothing mediocre about this middle distance race. The Spartan Super offers the ideal blend between distance and speed. Offering racers a true athletic test. If you consider yourself a more seasoned athlete determined to push beyond excuses, you just might have the mettle for a Spartan Super. Serving up 24-29 Spartan Obstacles and 8-10 miles of rugged terrain, the Spartan Super spares no one. Developed as the second race in the Spartan Trifecta, the Super is where you prove to yourself you’ve got everything it takes to face the Beast.

Event Details

What’s Included

By buying this ticket, you are purchasing an official Lets Do This pass to use with Spartan. You will receive final instructions on how to register for your chosen event in your confirmation.

Please note – there will be a $20 additional charge for insurance, as well as a processing fee (10.5% of registration) once you have applied your code at the Spartan Checkout.

Finishers receive:

  • Athletic recovery drink and snacks
  • Finisher's lanyard and medal
  • Spartan T-Shirt
  • TRIFECTA Wedge (1/3 of the whole TRIFECTA Medal)
  • Free professional photos
  • High fives and bragging rights

Kids receive:

  • Kids medal
  • Finishers t-shirt
  • Bananas after the finish
  • Two complimentary Festival Passes for family members
Raceday Logistics

Saturday 22nd August

  • 06:30 - Registration Opens
  • 07:30 - Super Elite Men Start
  • 07:45 - Super Elite Women Start
  • 08:00 – 08:30 - Super Age Group Start Times
  • 08:45 – 12:45 - Super Morning Open Category Start Times
  • 09:00 - Kids 2-mile competitive races start
  • 10:00 - Kids 1-mile open category starts
  • 10:30 - Kids 1/2-mile open category starts
  • 12:00 - Kids 2-mile open category starts
  • 13:00 - Super Afternoon Open Category Start Times
  • TBD - Last Heat (will be posted here 10 days prior to event day)

Sunday 23rd August

  • 06:30 - Registration Opens
  • 07:30 - Sprint Elite Men Start
  • 07:45 - Sprint Elite Women Start
  • 08:00 – 08:30 - Sprint Age Group Start Times
  • 08:45 – 12:45 - Sprint Morning Open Category Start Times
  • 09:00 - Kids 2-mile competitive races start
  • 10:00 - Kids 1-mile open category starts
  • 10:30 - Kids 1/2-mile open category starts
  • 12:00 - Kids 2-mile open category starts
  • 13:00 - Sprint Afternoon Open Category Start Times
  • TBD - Last Heat (will be posted here 10 days prior to event day)

Racers will be released in waves of 250 every 15 minutes. You will be notified of your wave start time a few days before race day.

You are advised to arrive 90 minutes before your start time. This will allow you to park, collect your race packet, drop off your baggage, and warm up.

Kit List

What to wear:

Although there is no dress code in Spartan races, wear what you think will be most comfortable during a race where you will be required to run, crawl, climb, roll under barbed wire and jump through fire.

Some guidelines are:

  • Avoid cotton if possible
  • Trail running shoes and lightweight apparel that will drain water and mud quickly
  • Bring a water pack and race fuel
  • It is not recommended to wear new shoes on the day
  • Nothing inappropriate please, this is a family event.

What to bring:

  • Pre-race: Your photo ID, signed waiver form, and registration Barcode (on your phone or printed off)
  • After the race: Cash, a towel and a fresh set of clothes.
  • Recommended: headlamp and Camelback
  • Things not to bring: outside food or drink (you are allowed to bring fuel for the race), your pets, a negative attitude.

What to collect on the day:

You will receive your Registration Packets, Bib Numbers, Finisher shirts, medals etc. on site at the event. These will not be mailed out before the event.

Spectators

Spectators are welcome to get front row seats in the festival area to support their friends and family. You'll stay (mostly) out of the mud splatter zone! Entry to the festival costs $20 in advance or $25 on the day, and the pass will give you access to all the stalls and entertainment of the festival village, as well as a merchandise discount card.

Volunteers

Volunteers are more than welcome to get involved.

Morning or Afternoon shift timings are:

  • 0600-1400 or 1200-2000

Morning or Afternoon volunteers will receive:

  • Free parking
  • Free bag drop
  • Free volunteer T-Shirt
  • Free food bag
  • Lunch, snacks, water
  • 50% discount for any heat at a future event

Full day volunteers receive:

  • Free duffel bag
  • Free volunteer patch
  • Free beanie
  • Free patch
  • Free hoodie
  • Free entry for any Open heat at a future Sprint, Super, or Beast event

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the age limits for the kids races?
Kids from ages 4-13 are allowed to take part. Kids are separated according to age groups, but we can stick with friends or siblings if you want to compete together. Parents and guardians aren’t obliged to accompany their children around the course but you can if your child wants support…that's if you can keep up with them!
Can I skip an obstacle? Is there a penalty?
NO. Skipping obstacles is not part of the Spartans' ethos. Obstacles are there to be overcome! Spartan races strongly discourage skipping obstacles without at least giving them a try, as it is unfair to others that do attempt them. However, if there is an obstacle that you simply cannot overcome despite your effort and you NEED to miss it out, the forfeit is completing a set of burpees before you are allowed to move on. That can add up to a lot of burpees if you have to miss every obstacle, so come with a positive mindset that you can overcome any obstacle on the course.
Will there be photos?
5-7 days after the event, the event page will display professional photos from the event completely free of charge! You will be emailed when your personal photos are ready.
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Spartan Race - DENVER SUPER AND SPRINT WEEKEND weather forecast

Possible drizzle throughout the day.

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Spartan 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 provides a proving ground for beginner and professional obstacle racers looking to test themselves in new ways across the world.

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