Strength invites challenge. Challenge incites competition. Competition breeds champions.

The path to Spartan glory is full of grit, sweat, and accomplishment. Do you have what it takes?

2017 SPARTAN Global Championships

30+ countries, 5 championships, $250,000+ in cash and prizes.

Racers from all over the world will compete in the US Championship Series, the Asia-Pacific Championship Series, and the Euro Sprint and Super Series.

Spartan is LIVE


Watch Last Year, Get Ready for This Year

The Spartan Race World Championship is the preeminent event of the obstacle racing season. This Beast race takes place September 30-October 1, 2017, and is hosted at one of the most challenging courses in the world, Squaw Valley at Lake Tahoe. Every racer to toe the start line has earned the right to compete. Competitive and open class racers are still able to run the course, but to be eligible to compete in the World Championship Prize Money Elite heat, racers must earn a coin. How do you earn a coin?


How to Earn a Coin

Here are the basics:

  • Be a top 5 finisher in elite heat at Spartan race in US or Canada*
  • Be a top 10 finisher in elite heat at Spartan race outside US or Canada
  • Top 50 racers in US Elite and World Elite Series Points Standings earn a coin (If you are in the top 50 as of September 25, 2017, you will earn a coin)

*If anyone is Top 5 finishers has earned a coin, it will roll down until there are 5 new qualifiers.

Featured Athletes

It all culminates in Lake Tahoe, California for the World Championship during the final weekend of September.


No Time to Relax

The true test of Spartan endurance lies in a racer’s ability to slog mile after mile across treacherous terrain, battling themselves, the other racers, and Mother Nature herself. Beast races are sufferfests by nature, designed to break even the most hardened Spartan. They cater to those whose strength lies in the world of endurance.

Do you have what it takes to conquer the Euro Sprint and Super Series?

Sprint Series Schedule

4/1: Veszprem (Hungary)

4/8: Krakow (Poland)

5/13: Nitra (Slovakia)

8/19: Litovel (Czech Republic)

9/16: Poznan (Poland)

Super Series Schedule

4/29: Kouty (Czech)

6/17: Kazincbarcika (Hungary)

7/1: Trojmiasto (Poland)

7/16: Valcianska (Slovakia)

7/30: Krynica (Poland)

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