ARCHIVED RACE: Kamikaze Adventure Run @ Mapperton Farm, Dorset, Bridport, United Kingdom on 09 September 2012

Race Info & Description
Kamikaze Adventure Run

Race Information:

  • Event Name: Kamikaze Adventure Run
  • Distance (KMs): 12.87
  • Distance (Miles): 8
  • Date: 09 September 2012
  • Start Time: 10:30
  • Venue: Mapperton Farm, Dorset
  • Organised By: Votwo Events & Adventure
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? Yes
  • Has Water Stations? Yes - Multiple Water Stations
  • Has Prizes / Awards? Yes - Has Awards or Prizes

Race Description

Leave the geishas at home and become a true samurai warrior at the Banzai Charge on September 9th!

Mapperton Farm, Dorset — The Kamikaze Adventure Run has grown in stature over the past 6 years to create a dynasty of ruthless endurance runs across some truly fierce battle grounds. Entries are now open for the 2nd Kamikaze of 2012 as Votwo Events & Adventure prepare for another round of obstacle ridden mayhem at the Imperial Palace on Mapperton farm. Make yourself accountable, log on to www.votwoevents.co.uk and sign up for the revolution today!

WARNING! This is not your average mud run or spirit-crushing road race. The Kamikaze is an 8-mile obstacle course designed by ex Royal Marines to test all-round toughness, strength, stamina, fitness, camaraderie and mental grit. It’s worth noting the grounds at Mapperton are filled with tightly packed contour lines, marshland, high incline gradients, river crossings and more. On top of the natural demands of the course a range of obstacles have been placed to push you to the limit.

After a chorus of battle cries and the bang of a gong participants charge into field with over 500 comrades to take on over 10 individual obstacles, each meticulously designed to test your grit & determination in more ways than one. These obstacles will see you crawling, trawling, jumping, sliding, scrambling, running and swinging before you can be crowned a Kamikaze Warrior and receive the sacred medal of Banzai.



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