What is Arena Run?

Arena Run is an obstacle run where you run, crawl, jump in, under, over and through obstacles in a unique arena environment. It gives you the opportunity to challenge yourself as an individual or as part of a team. The challenge is constructed and planned to satisfy as many people as possible – young, old, elite or amateur.

The race has a total distance of 5K within the arena premises and you run up and down stairs, in-between bars, through tunnels, stands and corridors, and out on the pitch. The obstacle-park is situated on the pitch and divided into four zones. There are no electricity or water obstacles.

Why compete in Arena Run?

You will be the star of the arena and experience the feeling of “owning” it.

You get to see and experience an arena form the inside.

You can compete on your own or together with friends, colleagues, your child, mother, father, brother or sister, as elite or amateur – you will all be stars of the arena.

Competition

Arena Run has 5 classes. Each class has a qualifying race that leads to a final in each class.

Women’s single


Individual class for women.

Men’s single

Individual class for men.

Team women


4 women in each team.

Team men

4 men in each team.

Team mix

2 men and 2 women in each team.

Team competition

The ten best teams from the qualifying race compete in the finals within each class. The time of the last competitor to cross the finishing line counts as the time for each team – not the total time for the whole team.

Individual competition

50 single competitors from the qualifying race compete in the finals within each class.

Enter Race

Single Runner

€ 75
  • Compete on your own.

Team Entry

€ 300
  • Run as a team: Male, Female or Mixed.

Next price increase:

October 31th

Familyrun

€ 75
  • New! Fun run with your child.

Single Runner

€ 75
  • Compete on your own.

Team Entry

€ 300
  • Run as a team: Male, Female or Mixed.

Familyrun

€ 75
  • New! Fun run with your child.

Next price increase:

October 31th

Questions  & Answers

Can I compete in both team and single?

No. 

Is electricity part of any of the obstacles?

The obstacles are not created to distribute pain. The pain, the feelings and perhaps the fatigue will all come in a natural way.

How much training is advised before entering Arena Run?

A 5 000 meter obstacle run with 20 obstacles is not a walk in the park, but the right attitude and mentality is more important than the physical strength to get over the finish line in this race. However – those who aim to win need strength, speed and endurance to be among the best.

Can my friends come to support me?

Absolutely, Arena Run is free for your and our supporters and a great place to meet and be around people who like a challenge – each in their own way and ability.