Part of the OCRWS-V
The OCR Virtual World Series races are 5 km and 20 obstacles. These simulate the International OCR distance, difficulty and time.
Enter the OCRWS-V and you are automatically ranked in your country and in Europe!
Race 2 details will be announced and opens on June 15th and must be completed by midnight on June 30th (US Eastern Time.)
Race 1 Results (4 of 6 races count in the final rankings)
1. Ida Mathilde Steensgard (DEN) 26:48
2. Trish Eksteen (RSA) 29:32
3. Svetlana Parygina (RUS) 29:44
1. Luca Pezzani (SUI) 23:46
2. Leon Kofoed (DEN) 25:56
3. Claude Eksteen (RSA) 26:21
Race 1 results and rankings available here
Anyone can compete to be national, continental and/or world champion at each event and for the series! The goal of the virtual world series is to help you stay fit and compare yourself with anyone (or everyone) else in the world. This is primarily designed to fun, competitive if you want, and above all ... fun!
The World Series is six mixed reality races that crown the World Series champions after the final race in October. Points are awarded for each race and points from your top four races count toward the final standings.
Accumulated points for the top three elite athletes in each category, from each country are automatically included in the World Team Rankings.
A new set of obstacle exercises will be announced for each World Series Event. Feel free to send us your suggestions, this is for you! Contact email@example.com
Race as many times as you like each month! The most recent information entered counts in the results and rankings.
The Sochi WC will proceed, subject to travel and health restrictions due to the Coronavirus
ABOUT THE CHAMPIONSHIPS
The FISO OCR World Championships are the official championships of the national federation members of World OCR, representing athletes from countries on all continents. 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.
Full details available here
EVENTS AND FORMATS
Event formats include the 160 m Ninja OCR, 3 km OCR (~ 20 obstacles ) and 12+ km OCR (~ 60 obstacles) cross country Obstacle Course Races.
CATEGORIES AND PRIZES
Cash Prizes for Elite Categories Competitive race categories include individual men and women in Elite plus five year age groups: U20 to 60+. National team races are mixed gender (3 people, at least 1 woman) in the 3 km OCR event. Open waves will be available in each event format for non-competitive athletes.
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals are awarded for top three in each category. Prize money will be awarded to the top three finishers in Elite races. Medal tally will be kept for the top performing country and world records can be set in the Ninja OCR competition.
Qualification to represent each country is through the national federations. Championships such as the OCR European Championships, OCR Asia-Pacific Championships, national championships and races specified by each country's national federation may be qualifiers.
Details on qualification for in Country is available here
HOSTS AND HOTEL
The 2020 FISO OCR World Championships are being hosted by OCR Russia, Hero League and Rosa Khutor Ski Resort in Sochi Russia. Athletes stay and dine in the Olympic Village at Rosa Khutor, the same rooms as the competing athletes in 2014.
The race venue is in Sochi, the home of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Rosa Khutor has a wide variety of terrain and 102 kilometres of trails and slopes. This is a mountainous location so athletes need to be prepared for significant elevation gain and steep slopes.
Sochi airport was built for the 2014 Olympics and is a 2 hour flight from Moscow. Ground transport from the airport to the race venue to the Olympic Village in Rosa Khutor takes about 45 minute.
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