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Had an absolute blast with some of the guys in my workout group today at a Spartan race down at Fort Bragg, NC.  Some of the obstacles included jumping over fire (pictured), the spear throw, crawling under barbed wire, climbing walls and nets, carrying heavy buckets and sandbags up hills, rope climbs, a lot of running, and of course sloshing through mud pits. I had a great time and am definitely setting my sights on the next level of these races. This was the Sprint (this particular sprint was 4.7 miles) and the Super and Beast ones are 8 and 13 miles respectively with more obstacles. 

I won't get the official race pics for a while yet but there were some quick ones we took. I'm the skinny tall kid lmao 

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Who's the kid wearing lipstick? Just kidding, nice job, that's a tough race.

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Very cool!  A Spartan is on my very short list.  We are looking for one next year!  Congrats!

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Congratulations on finishing your first obstacle course race!I did the super spartan race(when I ran this race it was closer to 10 miles from what they told us ) a couple years ago and it was very fun.My favorite part was when I had to climb a vertical rope 20 feet up until I touched the top of the knot and go back down with just my hands.What was your favorite part of the obstacle course? 

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My favorite obstacle was probably the mud pits; there's something pretty satisfactory about jumping into mud haha. My favorite part of the race was the comraderie and the guys in our team pushing each other to finish. 

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My profession ?

You tell me

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Fantastic! Congrats on a job well done.

Keep it up and go for the next level.

We are all pulling for your success.

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