You are here
Essex UK Nuclear Races Blast 2017-09-16
Nuclear Blast is a 5km obstacle loaded multi-lap course over mixed, muddy terrain suitable for all levels of fitness. Fun, exhilarating and achievable, it’s the night-time Blackout course but in daylight! Excellent introductory experience for first time obstacle racers.
Mains connected water stations on the course & event village
Medics roaming the course & in event village
- Nuclear Survivors T-shirt
- Chip timing
- Cup of tea
- Free photographs
Get stuck in, find a bale, soak up & share your post race achievement & muddy experience with the others from the #NuclearFamily & obstacle racing community. Licensed Boom Bar, live bands, seating, kids climbing wall, chilled festival vibe.
We encourage you to bring your friends and family along to watch (there’s a small £2 ppl spectator entrance charge, admission for children under 16yrs is free). All spectators will need to sign in at registration before entering the event village.
Spectators are reminded that entering our private land is at their own risk. The entire event is Health & Safety checked prior to and throughout race day. Spectators must make their own decision as to whether they can reach or undertake the journey to spectating areas, which due to the nature of the sport, may be on uneven terrain.
There are excellent spectator obstacle viewing areas in and around the village (first 2k & last 2k). A course map in event village shows spectator accessible zones. Follow the black spectator signs to designated viewing areas. There’s no access to the full course due to safety concerns. Please tell your supporters to adhere to the No Entry signs & not to walk across fields of crops. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome, please clear up after them.
Free parking next to the event village
For the latest details on this race, always refer to the organizer official website by clicking on the official link at the top of this page. If you have questions related to this event, use the contact page of the organizer website.