by Brian Ansley

Anthony Kalamas

For those of you who didn’t get a chance to participate in the Tuxedo race, it was not known for being one of the easier Spartan races. It could have been the seemingly endless barbed wire crawl, the tricky placement of the obstacles, or the overall combination of the terrain and extreme obstructions together. The challenge of a Spartan race is very dynamic, and takes an exceptional type of athlete. To be a Spartan, an athlete must know how to press on even when their bodies may tell them to do otherwise.

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