obstacle course World Obstacle Champs comes to the Hawkesbury
About 2000.xa0People are expected to gather in Southern Portland.xa0The world championships for the first international obstacle race will be held next year.Destination New State officially partnered with True Grit, a company owned by Australia, to launchxa0The event will take place on June 2018.The world-class course will span over a decade of terrain in Australia, with participants placing their body and mind in the ultimate test, completing 30 obstacles per lap for more than 24 hours."After successfully holding a real courage event all over the country,xa0We have seen more than 50,000 people attend our courses for five consecutive years, and we are pleased to start international expansion by inviting overseas athletes to experience the obstacle course competition of true Australian style, real courage general manager of Adam mcnaméxa0Said."The mix of terrain and vegetation, grasslands, woodlands, swamps and granite and sandstone cliffs in Lower Portland makes it a great place for this event," he said .".New State Tourism and Major Events Minister Adam Marshall said the first 24-hour race was an exciting addition to the state's sports schedule."The new state government is committed to developing the new state economy and building on the calendar of world-class events to ensure the safety of such activities, which will ensure that we remain the number one state for tourism and major events in Australia, mr. Marshall said."True courage and the worldThe hourly barrier course racing tournament is expected to attract more than 2000 visitors to Lower Portland and inject more than $1.The local tourist economy grew by 8 million.Mcnamé and his business partners have served in the Australian Defense Forces and deployed to areas of serious conflict such as Afghanistan, Iraq and East Timor --East Timor brought their experienced military background to the negotiating table and designed a psychological test endurance course.The company has partnered with OCR Australia to host similar domestic events, including the annual 24-hour Enduro in Australia."We have participants traveling from the US, Canada and the UK, not only to participate, but also to win the championship at our 24-hour Enduro event, so, we are now pleased to officially open the concept to the world and encourage a heavy international market to truly experience the spectacular natural terrain of Australia, particularly New South Wales.Mcnamé encouraged people from Hawkesbury to try it out at the event.“Give it a go.The challenge of the obstacle course is to go out with your friends and do something challenging to take you out of the comfort zone.