August 6 -8 Orleans Casino Hotel, Las Vegas, NV

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2020 NINJA WORLD SERIES FINALS

$35,000 in cash prizes! The UNAA World Series is the official Global Ninja League of World OCR with over 100 qualifying events across the Americas, Europe, Oceania and Asia.

Day and Times

REGISTRATION for time blocks will open after June 30 – (the last UNAA Regional.) Times are in Blocks – Athletes will choose a time block.  It is first come first serve so once a block fills up, athletes must choose another time block.


BLOCK TIMES MAY CHANGE PRIOR TO THE REGIONAL EVENTS ENDING IN JUNE, when Registration Opens – July 1.

Prelims

THURSDAY Aug 6 

PRO Men, PRO Women, Kids (Boys and Girls) Age (9 and Under) Age (13 and Under) Over 40 Men, Women 

Prelims:   8am-12pm, 12pm- 4pm, 4pm-7pm or finish


FRIDAY Aug 7  

Amateur Men, Amateur Women, Kids (Boys and Girls) Age (11 and Under) and (15 and Under) 

Prelims: 8am-12pm, 12pm- 4pm, 4pm-7pm or finish


SATURDAY Aug 8 


MAIN EVENT FINALS: 10am-3pm   TEAMS after Main Event

COURSE 1   – Pro Men, Women, Amateur Men

COURSE 2-    Amateur Women and Over 40 Men, Women

COURSE 3-     13 and Under, 15 and Under

COURSE 4-     9 and Under. 11 and Under


IF ATHLETE HAS QUALIFIED FOR MORE THAN ONE CLASS THEY MUST CHOOSE ONE CLASS TO COMPETE IN AT FINALS

Registration & Prices

Athletes Entry $85        UNAA Finals- Includes Spectator Pass for weekend

Athlete Entry    $50       Ninja OCR National Championship event SUNDAY

Spectator            $25       Thursday or Friday or Saturday or Sunday

3 Day Pass          $54       Thursday, Friday, Saturday

4 Day Pass          $65       Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sunday

Family 4 Pak      $193   4 tickets for Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sunday 

September 11-13, Moscow, Russia

NINJA ARENA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Format: 160 m + 12 obstacles + under 1:30 minutes current fastest time (in  competition). Estimated faster time 1:15 minutes. Multiple qualifying runs may be purchased.


Qualification for Team USA is through the UNAA US National Championships


SCHEDULE


Thursday: Arrivals, Packet Pick-up

Friday: Practice Runs, Opening Ceremony

Saturday: Open, Age Group and Team Relays

Sunday: Open, Elite Heats and Finals, Closing Ceremony, After Party


DETAILS

  • Registration in open categories is available to all comers (no qualification needed)
  • International athletes can pre-register and will have their slot held for a limited time for payment
  • Priority is given to national  teams qualified through UNAA and National Member Federations of World OCR
  • Multiple runs are allowed (you may purchase more than one ticket)
  • Entry is allowed in one competitive category only, either Elite or Age Group, not both
  • There are no awards for the Open Category


WHATS INCLUDED


  • Racer shirt, finisher medal
  • Award medals (Gold, Silver and Bronze) for winners in each category
  • Opening ceremony
  • Discount hotel & meal package
  • Transfers between race hotel and venue
  • Practice runs on Friday
  • Closing ceremony and after party


Current world records can be viewed here

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September 167-19, Sochi Russia

2021 FISO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

About the Championships

The  FISO World Championships are the official OCR championships of the national federation members of World OCR, representing athletes from over 80 countries. The event will be at the site of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, in Sochi Russia, located in the beautiful Caucus Mountains by the Black Sea.


Details Available Here


Schedule of Events

Preliminary Schedule

Thursday 16th: Packet pick-up, Technical Briefings, Opening Ceremonies
Friday 17th: 3K Short Course, awards & 100m heats
Saturday, 18th: 12+K Standard Distance, awards & 100m heats, party
Sunday 19th: 3K Team relay & 100m finals, awards, Closing Ceremonies

Events & Formats

Event formats include 100 m individual Sprint (10 obstacles, video here), 3 km individual and team Short Course (20+ obstacles ) and 12+ km individual  Standard  Distance (40+ obstacles) cross country Obstacle Course Races. Qualification for OCR World Championships assumes athletes study and train for the obstacle format, rules, terrain and possible weather conditions.

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