4-The most challenging race of The Krusher Series at the KOA. These 5k races will have the most obstacles at 18+. There will be ice dunks, rope climbs, mud baths, long crawls, long steps, long uphill grades, serious 70 ft slide, very long crawls, nets, BIG tire flips, very long wall traverse, log balance and much more. You will be tested on endurance in the hill climb and the tire obstacle. Your courage will be put to the test on the 70 ft slide and 16 ft high storage box climb and traverse. Challenge your ability to just “take it” and put the pain out of your mind in the 22 ft long Ice Bath. Can you muster the tenacity for the stinky long crawl through the Bigfoot’s Colon obstacle? These races will be timed with Elite Heats running for cash prizes. Bigfoot will be present!
3-These 5k races will be a little less challenging and not as extreme. We still include 18+ obstacles for you. There will be tube crawls, roped hill climbs, long up hill runs, cargo nets, block pulls, long and short crawls, climbing walls, Rain Forest, trail runs, Pillow Floor and a few speed bumps along the way. It’s still a little muddy and messy. Timing on these races is optional.
2-These races are more of a run (walking always an option). They’re slightly longer than a 5k but more about being there with the crowds than speeding through the obstacle filled course. There will be times when you just stop and enjoy the beautiful bursts of color, take in some sunshine, and listen to music. There will be no mud but still a colorful mess. You’re going to love it. No official timing for these races but will have a start/finish clock.
1-These fun runs are 3k or 5k. Great for the whole family. No physical obstacles but plenty of mental ones. You will have to use your mind just as much, if not more, as your muscles. Depending on your technique, this could be a breeze for you with just a little cooling off during a sweet country jog, or you could be the target of mass destruction and walk out of there drenched. Either way you’re going to love it. These races will have a start/finish clock but no official timing.