|Champion Dash in Hanoi will take place on October 21, 2017 in Ecopark|
Inspired by obstacle course races from all around the word, designed by experts specialising on holding outdoors adventure sports events and terrain engineering, Champion Dash will provide participants with a chance to physically and spiritually challenge themselves to overcome diverse trials throughout the race.
|Participants can challenge themselves by overcoming diverse obstacles|
Followed by the success in Ho Chi Minh City in April, Champion Dash 2017 in Hanoi will take place in Ecopark. The capital’s young and daring can satisfy their hunger for outdoor activities by testing their mettle on more than 20 difficult obstacles.
Of the total, three of the trials were a novel addition in the 2017 season and two are unique for the Hanoi course. The race course is expected to be 6.5 kilometres long. The ten best participants in the Pro Solo category, a part of Champion Dash 2017, will be given the opportunity to join the Obstacle Course Racing World Championship 2018 organised in Canada.
|The ten best participants in the Pro Solo category will be able to join the Obstacle Course Racing World Championship 2018 in Canada|
The organisers of Champion Dash said that more than 12,000 participants aged from 14 to 61 took part in the events since its debut in 2015, 70 per cent of them Vietnamese and 40 per cent of them women.
|Since the first race in 2015, 40 per cent of Champion Dash participants have been women|
The Hanoi leg of Champion Dash 2017 will take place on October 21, 2017 in Ecopark and valuable prizes will be awarded to the winner of each category. Detailed information about prizes will be given to those registering for the event. Tickets for the race include:
- Solo Competitive ticket is for one individual to challenge all the obstacles;
- Team Competitive ticket is for four people, two men and two women, to work together and defeat all obstacles.
- Open Registration ticket does not restrict the number of participants and participants can skip difficult obstacles.
During the race, visitors can freely access the Champion Land to encourage their favourite participants and enjoy the various souvenir booths and food stalls.