Have you ever wondered how far you can push yourself mentally and physically? Now you can find out at the Navy SEAL Challenge Tri-Event. This September participants will converge on the beautiful beaches of Seaside Heights, NJ for an event unlike any other. The Navy SEAL Challenge is composed of three challenges long familiar to the nation’s most elite military force. You can register for one or for all three.
5K Navy SEAL Beach Run - It wouldn’t be a Navy SEAL 5k if it didn’t take place on the beach. This is a timed challenge. Click here for course map.
Obstacle Course -
Participants will climb, crawl, jump, swing, and scale their way through 20 challenging obstacles on the beach. This is a timed challenge.
5K Run/Walk on the Boardwalk - This event will be held on Sunday September 30, 2012 at 8:00AM.
The 5K will start on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk going north to the end of the boardwalk. Runners will exit the boardwalk to the left and head south on Ocean Terrace to J St. in Seaside Park, enter the boardwalk and head north on the boardwalk until they reach the Beach Comber. Runners will then enter the beach to the right and run to the next pier enter the board walk to the left again and head south to the finish in front of the stage.
What you get:
● Race t-shirt
● Finisher award
● The Navy SEAL 5k Beach Run- 8:00am
● Run/Swim/Run - 11:00am
● Obstacle Course - The obstacle course challenge will run throughout the day starting at 9:00AM. You'll be able to select your preferred start time during registration. We make every effort to accommodate your preferred start time, but it is not guaranteed. You'll receive an email one week prior to race day with your official start time.
The top three males and females from each age group will receive awards. (Please note the Run/Swim/Run is not a timed event. The Navy SEAL 5K beach run and obstacle course will be timed and scored separately.)
During registration, participants will have the ability to create or join a team. Camaraderie is ever present within the Navy SEAL community and as such, we encourage participants to form teams and recruit friends and family to compete with them. The purpose of creating a team is for camaraderie only and does not have any impact on scoring or placing of timed challenges.