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Trophy Revealed for NZ’s first Team Relay Obstacle Race

The Wairua Winter Warrior Team Relay Challenge will feature a unique trophy. Hand carved by local master carver Mark Davis using native timber, taken from the land where the race is held, the tiaha showcases the Maori heritage and values which inform the Wairua Warrior series of events. The

Faces at the Races Campbell Ingham

Faces at the Races: Katrina Evans and Campbell Ingram

We’re starting a new series titled Faces at the Races. Not as in-depth as ORNZ’s full interviews, Faces at the Races aims to provide snapshots of the runners out-there participating in “the fastest growing sport in history”. The first post in the series brings two snippets from runners at

Wairua Warrior 2017 Race Results

OCR is New Zealand just stepped up a notch as the Wairua Warrior, New Zealand’s first OCR World Championship qualifier race, took place on March 25th in Nelson. The results from the Wairua Warrior are in! Wairua Warrior Top 10 Elite Males Brakken Kraker Ethan Helliwell

David Trotter

Paralysis No Obstacle in an Obstacle Race

This article was originally published on the Obstacle Method in April 2016. Being bound in a wheel chair did not stop David Trotter from conquering the Wairua Warrior race in Nelson on April 9th. Last year he sat on the side lines, this year he

Team David

Inside the Home of the Wairua Warriors

This article has been adapted from the original published in Kiwi Trail Runner magazine Oct/Nov 2015 under the title ‘Scaling The Wall’. Wairua Warriors Something special is happening in Nelson. Walking into the Wairua Body Coaching System studio is like walking into a fitness lover’s playground.

Wairua Warriors

Who are NZ’s first OCR Club the Wairua Warriors?

This article was originally published in 2015 on the previous Obstacle Racers NZ site. As the OCR community grows in New Zealand coming this April is the Wairua Warrior, an event organised by New Zealand’s first obstacle racing club – the Wairua Warriors. What is