All roads lead to Tahoe for the 2017 Reebok Spartan Race World Championship.
Secure your spot now
Lake Tahoe has become a spring of Spartan champions and a nexus of competition. For this year’s World Championship, Spartan returns to the same waters that baptised men’s champion Robert Killian, of the United States and the women’s winner, the Czech Republic’s Zuzana Kocumova into the highest ranks of Spartan honor.
Despite its familiar name, Lake Tahoe will take racers through a fresh network of trails this October. With open, competitive, and elite racers representing an unprecedented number of countries from across the globe, this year’s
Spartan Race World Championship will require more tenacity and lift spirits higher than ever before.
Do you have what it takes to qualify?
US, Canada & Mexico: Top 5 male and female athletes in any Elite heat beginning January 1, 2017. If top 5 finishers have already qualified, a roll down to the next applicable racer will take place.
All other international races: Top 10 male and female athletes in and Elite heat beginning January 1, 2017 (no roll down). Schedule
Spartan Beast: World Championship Beast
Spartan Beast: Elite, Competitive and Open Categories
Spartan Kids Race
Spartan Ultra Beast
Spartan Charity Challenge
Spartan Kids Race
Secure your spot now Congratulations to our 2015 Winners
Qualifying for the Elite Heat
Here is everything you need to know about qualifying for, and then registering for, the World Championship Elite Heat.
What you need to do:
Place top 5 at any Spartan event worldwide
Register for the Saturday Beast – Elite Compete for prize money!
Not a Spartan Elite? You Can Still Compete!
If you are not a Spartan Elite, Don’t worry! You can still enjoy racing at the beautiful Lake Tahoe and enjoy the post-race festivities! The weekend is more than a championship – it’s a Spartan Celebration, and you’re invited!
It’s as easy as one, two, three:
the registration page Pick the day and time you want to race, just avoid anything that says “Elite.”