Virginia Beach Day 2
Montgomery Fire came out to play today, taking the top 3 open tandem times, as well as first and second place open relay. Summerville Fire's Over 40 team also took gold, as did the Chesterfield female team. We'll be in Orlando coming up next.
Virginia Beach Day 1
It was a beautiful day in Virginia Beach, where we saw that Jake Lanier hasn't slowed down at all. He ran a 2019 Season best 1:22, helping Montgomery Fire Blue win the Team category. We also witnessed David Bowman, Daniel Garner, and Caroline Martin win their respective categories. Relays and tandems tomorrow!
FDIC Day 3 - Tandems
ATX narrowly won the open tandem. However, the last race of the day was a classic, with the Co-Ed Bodacious Blondes tandem vs the Tusc- Pitt Tandem. The race was streamed live to our facebook page.
FDIC Day 2 - Relays
Team ATX outraced Lexington today, to win the open relay.
This brings them to a tie here at Indianapolis. We'll see who wins the open tandem tomorrow.
Congratulations to Matt Hansen and the Lexington team. Lexington won the team category, narrowly defeating the field. Matt Hansen won Over 40 and the Open Category vs 100 competitors. Tomorrow is relays, we'll see you there.
2019 Season Kickoff in Coweta, Oklahoma
We saw a great crowd come out to play in Coweta today. Hopefully this will be the first of many events to be held here. Jared Johnson and Team ATX showed they were for real, taking team, open individual and relay
categories. West licking fire was the fastest tandem team, while the Coweta Punishers won the inaugural Wagoner county relay cup.
2019 Schedule Updates
Here is a link to the updated 2019 schedule as of today. If you are geographically located between two events and want to host on an “Open/Available” weekend, please let us know.
2019 Engagement Program
For the 2019 Season we will try to encourage more newcomers to compete in the Combat Challenge. To make this happen, click here to see the rules. As we mentioned before, this includes free registration for new relay teams, and credits for bringing out new Individuals.
Lake Las Vegas - Final Update
Unfortunately due to running very short on time, we have had to cancel the 2019 Lake Las Vegas event.
We tried mightily to get the event firmed up but, after consulting with competitors, many had to drop out, and there wasn't enough appetite to guarantee a great event. We hope to be able to head back to Lake Las Vegas next year, with a broader time frame.
Lake Las Vegas Update & Survey
We are very sensitive to your need to schedule time off and meet the challenges of planning your travel. Once again, we apologize this has taken so long. But, we still do not have a contract and important details finalized – other than to have been told the competition days will be Saturday April 27 (10:30AM start) and Sunday April 28 (3:00PM start) and that we need to know how many people will stay at Henderson hotels. Please take the survey here and we'll know if this is still viable
Lake Las Vegas, NV FCC Apr 26-28 Update
We’ve received a verbal commitment and a suitable location on the Lake has been arranged. All we are waiting for is the decision about Fri/Sat or Sat/Sun and a contract – both of which we hope to have next Tuesday, Feb 19. Thanks for your patience.
2019 Season Kickoff
We will be kicking off the 2019 season with the first regional of the year with our event in Coweta, Oklahoma. Thanks to Lion's generosity, this event will be completely free for registration (which is now open.) See you in just two months!
Happy New Year - 2019 Schedule
We wish everyone a happy new year, and would like to share our first draft of the 2019 season.
World Challenge XXVII Survey
Now that everyone has returned from Worlds, we're once again asking our competitors to weigh in on how Worlds went. If you have the time, please take this short survey. We depend on your input to keep improving the Challenge.
The Montgomery team repeated their relay championship in an amazingly tough crowd of teams. More than 20 sub 1:20 teams is a testament to how strong the field has become. Congratulations also to all the other champions, Fit by FIre, Republic of Texas, and Knauf Isulation Slovenia just to name a few. We'll regroup and try for an even better 2019 season. Thank you all.
Congratulations DND Fredericton
The first final day of WCXXVII is over and the team of Jon Betts, Anthony Storey, Ryan Hallam, Dave Nicolle, and Jason Gallant have won. Congratulations on their first team victory.
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