Spartan Race 2014-The Beast-Saturday August 16, 2014
Part 4 of the 4 part Spartan Race Survival Series.
This is part 4 of the 4 part Spartan Race Survival series. It’s way different from the last post. By seeing many of these pictures you would think it was just a wonderful beautiful day at Kualoa Ranch. And yes, that’s what it was in part. The other portion was survival of a 13+ mile race with over 25+ Obstacles.
The picturesque setting is really famous for the filming of Jurassic Park. You may have also seen some of this picturesque beauty in Fantasy Island, Lost, and Pearl Harbor. During the first few miles of the race, I did enjoy the view, after that I saw a few things here and there, but was mainly just trying to survive Thanks to James for all the great pictures from his GoPro. All of these are his and my pictures. All Original direct from the source:
Calm Before the Storm
The First of many Selfies
James and the Art of the Spartan Selfie
The Spartans Selfie
Muddy Waters Spartan Selfie
James with Mud Beard Selfie
Don’t lose the GoPro selfie
A Selfie even when it gets tough
Secret Spartan Selfie
The Spartan Beast Start 2014-Kualoa Ranch on the island of Oahu
Spartans at 6 a.m. My eyes are so small, I spelled eye like I in my text…LOL
Ready, Set, go!
The Spartan Beast Race 2014
My number is 790. I don’t know if I put this tattoo is in the correct spot. But it seems to fit here very nicely and looks quite stunning.
Let’s get ready to Spartan
The Spartan Beast Race-Kualoa Ranch on Saturday August 16, 2014
Down in It
Down the Mountain
Down another Mountain
Up the Sketchy Mud
This man had NO Shoes on!
Early on in the race
Oh..A bit Cold in Here
James to Scott: Whatcha’ Doing Scott to James: Resting Scott to James: What you doing? James to Scott: Waiting for you..Hmm
The Finish-James completed all 3 races and did the Trifecta. In the middle are the 3 medals connecting to each other. I Finished Saturday’s Spartan Beast Race.
James posing after completing all 3 races!!!
The Green, The Red and The blue form one big medal.
Scott/Me Finished the Beast in about 8 Hours and 40 Minutes. Wow, Whew, Yah!