In English 2017-10-18T21:03:58+00:00

Ultimate OCR is located at Åkersberga, Stockholm, Sweden on the 28 th of April 2018. 
A challenging obstacle course race of 9+ km running and 40 obstacles.
It is your performance that matters and everyone can join!

9+ km running

The course winds it way through the undulating terrain of Hacksta Forest, not only is the
track itself a challenge but the runner will meet various obstacles along their path which
are easily accessible to the public and spectators.

40 obstacles.

Ultimate OCR is a race where you won’t face American Footballers or Electric, we
believe the natural terrain and the obstacles are a big enough challenge. The course will
include elements of climbing, strength and running, a combination that all competitors will
discover their strengths to reach the finish line.
No penalties, however, a wristband.
We do not believe in punishment.

Wristband

At Ultimate OCR everyone starts with a wristband.
You get unlimited number of attempts to complete each obstacle. If you give up, your
wristband will be cut and you can then continue the race.
Only competitors with the wristband remaining can stand on the podium and the results
list will first and foremost be ranked after those who managed to keep their wristband.
But, you´ll get your time and your medal of honour whether you still have the wristband or
not.

Timing and team competition

– Every competitor who crosses the finish line gets their time registered and their individual
position.
– The competitors, who have entered the same team name, form a team.
– Teams with at least 4 runners will automatically participate in the team event where the
four best times are counted within the team.
– A team must consist of a minimum of 4 runners.
(Elite Runners can not simultaneously compete in the team event.)

Qualifying race and Swedish Championships:

– Ultimate OCR is qualifying to OCR European Championships.
– The race is an official Swedish Firemen Championship with its own starting group of firefighters.
– The race is an official Swedish Police Championship with its own starting group of police men.

Qualification terms OCREC:

The following qualification terms apply as per September 1, 2017:
The top 10 finishers per gender in pro (Elit) AND the top 10 finishers in each age group per gender qualify in
principle.
Important addition: No more than 50% of the competitors in an age group or a gender
at a qualifying race can qualify (e.g. if an age group has only 10 competitors in it, only the
top 5 competitors are qualified.)
The top 10 finishers per gender overall qualify for elite division. With this qualification you
can also participate in the age groups.
The top 10 finishers per age group per gender who are not part of the top 10 finishers per
gender overall, qualify for the age group division.
(With this qualification you can’t enroll for the elite division.)

Elite Division:

The elite start will include the top runners of the OCR.
Are you ready to test your skills against the best in Sweden?
You can read more about the demands of the elite on our website.

Prizes:

The winners of the Elite Men and Elite Women win 10 000 SEK each.
Second place 3000 SEK – and third place 1000 SEK.

Useful Information:

Parking
There is free but limited parking at Åkersberga Sports Center.

Accommodation:
In central Åkersberga the hotel The Public is located.
The afterparty and race dinner will be held at The Public, so book your stay and you will
not miss anything!
Call +46 8 519 773 00 to make your reservation and use the code ”Ultimate OCR” for
20% off the price.

To get to Hacksta, Åkersberga:

From Stockholm City, Central Station.
Use the subway to get to Tekniska Högskolan (Red Line)
Change from Subway to use the Roslagsbanan and take the train towards Österskär.
Leave the train at Åkersberga Centrum walk for approx 10 min to the race area.

From Arlanda Airport:

Taxi to Åkersberga is about 650 SEK.

Find someone to travel with:

Here you can find our facebook group to find someone to travel with.