North Florida Super and Sprint Weekend
Friday, April 27th – 29th
Diamond D Ranch
Schedule of Events:
Friday, April 27th – Spartan Opening Ceremony
Friday 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Jacksonville Beach Seawalk Pavilion
-Music & Games
Saturday, April 28th - Super
There’s nothing mediocre about this middle distance race. The Spartan Super offers the ideal blend between distance and speed. Offering racers a true athletic test. If you consider yourself a more seasoned athlete determined to push beyond excuses, you just might have the mettle for a Spartan Super. Serving up 25+ Spartan obstacles and 8+ miles of rugged terrain, the Spartan Super spares no one. Developed as the second race in the Spartan Trifecta, the Super is where you prove to yourself you’ve got everything it takes to face the Beast.
Sunday, April 29th - Sprint
The Sprint may be the shortest distance race, but it’s still a favorite amongst both new and returning racers. It’s the perfect distance for those looking to start their Spartan journey. The Sprint also allows returning racers a manageable distance to see how far they can push themselves. Delivering 20+ obstacles over 3+ miles, you’ll never run the same race twice. Once you complete the sprint you are 1/3 on your Spartan TRIFECTA: The ultimate Spartan achievement.
Spartan Kids - Saturday & Sunday
RACE AGAINST SOMEONE YOUR OWN SIZE
Run. Jump. Duck. Climb. Get Muddy!
Get ready for the most fun obstacle course you’ve ever seen.
This course is made for you to have the time of your life. If you don’t have fun, we may just make you go back and do it again. (We’re joking. Of course you’ll have fun!)
Become A Volunteer
Spartan Volunteers are the backbone of every Spartan Race. As a Spartan Race volunteer, you will ensure that the racers and spectators have an epic experience.
Spartan Volunteers work closely with Spartan Race staff in the following areas:
1) Obstacle enforcement
2) Building the course and festival area
4) Spartan merchandise sales
5) Start and Finish Line operations
6) Bag check for racers
7) Kids race operations