This is the information regarding 2017’s edition. This will be updated in due course for 2018’s edition.
The first participants will start at 11:00 and the last group will leave around 13:30. Keep in mind that on average the run will take 60-90 minutes. If you’ve got a preference for a starting time please leave a comment with your subscription. The draft starting times are as follows:
11:00 uur: NSK
11:30 uur: 8km ind en koppel
12:00 uur: 6km groepen en individueel
The award ceremony will take place at different times belonging to the different categories:
12:30 uur: NSK
13:30 uur: Individueel & koppel 8km
14:00 uur: Individueel 6km
15:00 uur: Groep 6km
Before the run
Make sure you’re present half an hour before you have to start. You’ll receive your wristband(immediately put this on your wrist, it will not be handed out more than once!) and you’ll get instructions about the run itself.
- Our advice is to wear long, tight-fitting pants(tights) or long old sweatpants. Keep in mind that spikes and dangerous studs are not allowed!
- Regardless of the weather forecast it is advisable to wear multiple thin layers, preferably a thermal shirt. The run does contain water obstacles, this means you will get wet
- Bring a plastic bag for you wet stuff after the run
- There is no guarded storage for your stuff, but for €0,50 the sports centre offers lockers.
Start and finish area
The start and the finish take place on the “evenementenveld”, the field right of the central entrance lane of the University of Twente. This link provides more info:
7522 NB Enschede
There will be a parking facility at campus of the University of Twente. Our advice will be to use parking P1 and P2.
At the sports centre of the University of Twente there will be enough showers available for participants of the obstacle run.
There is no guarded storage for your stuff, but for €0,50 the sports centre offers lockers.
Spectators are welcome to cheer for the participants, you can follow the course by foot and on a bike. Try to pay attention no to hinder the participants, the participants always get priority over the spectators.