OCR World Series-V
It’s real, It’s on-line and It’s free!
Anyone can compete to be national, continental and/or world champion at each event and for the series! The goal of the virtual world series is to help you stay fit and compare yourself with anyone (or everyone) else in the world. This is primarily designed to fun, a bit competitive if you want, and above all … fun!
The World Series is six mixed reality races that crown the World Series champions after the final race in October. Points are awarded for each race and points from your top four races count toward the final standings. Race as many times as you want each month! The most recent information entered counts in the results and rankings.
Accumulated points for the top three elite athletes in each category, from each country are automatically included in the World Team Rankings.
Gold Silver and Bronze virtual medals will be awarded across all categories and the final medal table will show the top performing athletes and countries!
National Federations may require additional requirements for athletes in each country. Contact your national governing body here for details.
RACE 1 FORMAT (May)
5 km Run and 20 obstacles (3 km and 12 obstacles for under 10 years old)
One lap is:
- (start) 100m run
- 10x push ups
- 200m run
- 200m carry
- 200m run
- 10x box jumps
- 200m run
- 5x pull ups
- 100m run (finish)
Repeat 5 laps for 5 km
If you are in a small space you may choose one of the following:
- Confined space: 50 Jumping Jacks per 100m equivalent. 100 JJ = 200m run.
- 5x 5m (~16 ft) Shuttle Run laps per 100m equivalent. One lap is out and back (10m total). 10x 5m SR laps = 200m run.
- 3x 10m (~33 ft) Shuttle Run laps per 100m equivalent (20m laps). 6x 10m SR laps = 200m run.
Download the OCRWS-V event details below for options and information.
- Push Ups:
- Start arms straight at the top
- Chest to ground, up to straight arms
- Finish with arms straight after the 10th chest to ground
- Open and kids (under 10 years old) can do push ups with knees on the ground
- 200m Carry (weights as close as possible to the following – no less for competitive categories!):
- 30 kg (65 lb) men (elite and age group)
- 20 kg (45 lb) women (elite and age group)
- 15 kg (35 lb) for 16 through 19 years old, and Open
- 10 kg (20 lb) for 10-15
- 5 kg (10 lb) or U10
- Can be out and back laps so long as they are verified
- Weight can be any object(s) provided you hold them in your hand(s): use a bucket, water jugs, jerry cans, rocks, log, kettlebells, dumbbells, it’s up to you!
- Weight(s) must be supported by your hands and must remain below shoulder height.
- Box Jumps:
- 0.5 m (20”) high
- Arms fully extended (straight) overhead standing on the box with legs straight
- Use any step, box, wall, bench, rock, log, etc.
- Step ups and step downs are allowed.
- Pull Ups:
- Chin to bar
- Elbows no less than 90 degrees at the bottom (no need to have straight arms at the bottom)
- Kipping is OK!
- Use pull up bars, door frame, rope or towel over a tree branch, playground structure, goal posts, etc.
- Open and kids (under 10 years old) can jump into the pull up, i.e. feet on the ground between each.
- Rest is OK between pull ups for age group categories.
- Elite must not touch the ground between repetitions, i.e. must do all five in each set continuously.
A 30 second penalty will be assessed for each incomplete or incorrect obstacle set.
General OCR Competition Rules apply. We expect everyone to be polite, courteous and sportsmanlike. Cheating or unruly behavior, on-line or otherwise, may result in disqualification. The World OCR Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics apply.
- Elite (no age requirements)
- 5-year Age Groups: 20 through 65 (20-24, 25-29, etc.)*
- 2-year AG: 10-11 through 18-19
- Open (no verification but no awards)
- Elite Team (automatically calculated)
- Para OCR: PO1, PO2-4 and PO5 classification details here
* Age Group is the age you will turn in 2020 (your age on December 31, 2020).