You’ve no doubt seen the countless pictures and videos of folk running across hilly terrain, sometimes jumping into what looks like a moat or pit filled with muddy water. Nestled alongside these pictures are those of folk wading chest deep into another pit to get to the rope climb they have to conquer. Let’s not forget those barbed wire crawls – just look at them!
The obstacles you have no issue with, but what if you just don’t want to get as dirty as them? What if you just want to race and feel that delicious burn, but without the need for a pressure washer afterwards? What if it was all safely in a “dry” arena with thousands of other like-minded souls?
We can go one better. Why not make that arena of the most the most iconic sports stadiums in America today? What if we told you that you could run the bases of that park because it was actually required to complete the race? What if we said you could complete a Spartan Race – and one third of your Trifecta – at the home of the Phillies, Citizens Bank Park?
Well, it’s true. By signing up here, you’ll have the experience of a lifetime when you power through to the finish line, having first seen this famous landmark from a variety of angles.
Citizens Bank Park race is one of just a select few in the world where you can actually see and run through areas of elite sporting stadiums that would normally be out of bounds. Last year, Spartans ran through the dugouts, player’s tunnels and dressing rooms. Definitely not something everyone can say. The bragging rights associated with finishing a Sprint at C.B.P are high. Not only is it a unique event, but the medals are one of a kind, too.
Ever seen yourself on one of those huge screens at the baseball? No? Well you will at this race. Cameras will film runners going through their obstacles and burpees and have it shown around the stadium for all to see! Imagine that. You, on a screen 76 feet high and 97 feet wide. Not something that happens every day!
It’s not often you can say you conquered a venue that cost almost $500 million to build, but by signing up for the Sprint on September 20th, you’ll inherit bragging rights and memories that many of your friends will never experience. Play in the same venue that Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Roger Waters of Pink Floyd rocked before you? How many people can say that?
Sign up now for what we expect to be an unforgettable day in Philadelphia, because baby, we were born to run.
See you at the finish line…