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Over 500 participate in Wild Warriors Obstacle Course Race

Covai Post Network

Coimbatore : Sanjay Neji and Sanjana George won the first prize in the Obstacle Course Race (OCR) organised here on Sunday by Wild Warriors.

While Madhu C R and Mallika Fernandes bagged second prize,  Kohli and Jyothi Singh were third in the OCR, witnessed by Coimbatoreans for the first time, as more than 500 racers, in the age group of 14 years and above, participated.

Winners of this season will get to participate in the Asian OCR championships and represent India in 2019.

The Combat Course track has tricky 3 plus kms course with 18 crazy obstacles at the course track laid at LEAP Learning Academy on the outskirts.

Wild Warrior is an adventure racing brand that offers exciting events across a challenging and exhilarating spectrum, ranging from OCR, Destination Triathlons and Trail Runs created with the vision of building and bringing together a
fitness community.

"Wild Warrior events are deeply engaging and designed to encourage and motivate people from all walks of life to stay committed to simple fitness training routines through social and physical rewards, one of the founding directors of Wild Warriors and India's ,top singles tennis player for many years and Padma Shri and Arjuna Awardee Somdev Devvarman, said in a release.