2021 Virtual OCR World Championships Open Now

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Virtual OCR Championship 2021

The 2021 Virtual OCR World Championships are open now.

Hosted by World Obstacle, entry is free and anyone can compete in the global virtual challenge.

The top 4 men and women will qualify to compete in the finals round for gold, silver, and bronze medals, while the top 10 men and women will be invited to the 2022 FISO OCR World Championships to be held in Russia.

New Zealand won a single medal in last year’s Virtual OCR World Series, held as six workouts over eight months. Tarryn Butler, originally from South Africa, won a gold for New Zealand in her age group. The Virtual World Series was described as a lead-in to this year’s inaugural Virtual OCR World Championships.

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The Workout

The 2021 challenge consists of an accumulated 8.4 km run with 20 obstacle exercises. Entrants must record themselves completing the following workout:

  • 400 m run
  • 10 half man makers
  • 400 m run
  • 10 ground to bar rope hangs
  • 400 m run
  • 20 weighted step ups
  • 400 m farmer carry
  • 10 push-up / v-up combination
  • 400 m run
  • 5 pull up shoulder taps
  • Repeat 4 laps of the above, then run 400m to finish


2x 10 kg men
2x 7 kg women

Submissions are due August 31st, with submissions for the finals due September 15th.

Registrations and full information can be found on the World Obstacle website.

Update 28/7/21

Submission dates have been changed to August 31st, and September 15th for the finals.

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