” I just got sick of it, sick of feeling that way.”Read Stephanie’s Story ▸
“I was ready to overcome the pain and conquer the obstacles in my life.”Read Jestina’s Story ▸
Most of my group got ahead of me, but I just had one goal that day… to finish.Read Teresa’s Story ▸
“I began to push myself by facing all my fears and doubts head on!”Read Christina’s Story ▸
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“Life is short, and it is better to live than to just exist.”Read Joel’s Story ▸
“If I continued I would run the risk of not being able to walk without a third knee surgery.”Read Elise’s Story ▸
“An athlete? Caitlin? Ha! Ummmm, no.”Read Caitlin’s Story ▸
“I began as a spectator, but now I’m a participator.”Read Lydia’s Story ▸
“I realized I needed to take care of myself if I was going to take care of them.”Read Andi’s Story ▸
“Never, ever, ever, ever quit. This motto was put to the test in April of 2012.”Read Jerome’s Story ▸
I am a 43-year-old type one diabetic that loves OCR because it engages my whole body, spirit, and mind.
I remember having so many doubts and fears about even succeeding at a single obstacle, let alone finishing the race!
My kids and my wife and my teammates are my inspiration, and I strive to always better myself for them. I want to be someone they want to talk about.
Tracy Jost is everything that is awesome about OCR. He’s a maniac on the course. He’s a great athlete and a total beast that almost always finishes with his elite belt, but…
My wife, Alicia, and I got involved with OCR in 2015. An obstacle race was on our bucket list, and Conquer The Gauntlet Wichita was the first OCR we signed up for.