Less Than One Month Away! Spartan Race Returns to Phillies' Citizens Bank Park on Saturday, November 14, 2015

World's leading obstacle racing series comes back to Philadelphia! Registration now open with VIP discount for Phillies fans

Citizens Bank Park, home of the Phillies, is hosting its third Spartan Race on Saturday, November 14, 2015. For one day only, fans will have a chance to run a time trial through one of the best ballparks in major league baseball. The course consists of 3 miles packed with 20 unique signature Spartan and ballpark-specific obstacles. Challenges include a cargo net, wall and rope climbs, spear throwing, slam balls, a sandbag and water jug carry and push-ups in the Visitors' clubhouse, as racers experience all levels of the Ballpark.

 "Spartan Race is very excited to return to Citizens Bank Park in 2015. To be able to compete in a Spartan Race at one of the nation's best ballparks is such a unique experience for Spartan and Phillies fans alike," said CEO and Spartan founder Joe DeSena. "You may not think you have it in you…but you do. And you'll see what you're capable of on November 14."

Spartan Race, the world's leading obstacle racing series, was voted Outside Magazine's "Best Obstacle Race." With more than 1 million participants and 240 events planned around the globe in 2015, Spartan Race is trailblazing the creation of one of the fastest growing sports in the world. 

How to Register, as Participant (Adult or Child) or Spectator
Phillies fans will receive an exclusive VIP pricing of 20% off the registration price by using the promotional code: "PHILLIES." Registration is open to all. Parents can register their children under 13 years old for the Kids Race.

Individuals and teams can go here to register and learn more. All participants will go home with a finisher's medal, a t-shirt and a great sense of accomplishment. To see the official video of the event from past years go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvX_R3PogmA (2014) or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuzAdyzuDn0 (2013).

Spectators should also register (at no charge) here.