Biggest Loser 2011

November 24, 2011 by staff 

Biggest Loser 2011, Spartan Race, the world leader in obstacle racing events, will be featured in NBC’S “The Biggest Loser: Where Are They Now?” Thanksgiving special airing Wed., Nov. 23, 2011, 9-11 p.m. (EST). The program will follow former Biggest Loser contestants Alfredo ‘Frado’ Dinten, Hannah Curlee, Brendan Donovan, Patrick House, Danny Cahill, Mark Pinhasovich, Jen Jacobs, Jay Jacobs and Olivia Ward as they take on the Staten Island, N.Y. Super Spartan, an eight-mile obstacle course race with 15 obstacles, including Fire Jump, Slip Wall, Hercules Hoist and Barbed Wire pit.

Next up on the Spartan Race calendar, thousands of competitors will descend on Glen Rose, Texas, Sat., Dec. 3, 2011, for a Super Spartan race at Rough Creek Lodge & Resort, 5165 County Road 2013. A highlight of the event will be a “World Championship” heat in which a male and female finisher with the fastest time respectively will walk away with a $10,000 prize ($20,000 total) and the coveted title, “World’s Best Obstacle Racer.” The championship heat will be open to all competitors who have finished in the top 10 percent of any Spartan Race worldwide in 2011.

Male and female second-place finishers from the Glen Rose championship heat will receive an all-expenses paid trip to next year’s Spartan World Championships to be held in Killington, Vt., Sept. 22 – 23, 2012 with third- through fifth-place finishers earning entry to the 2012 championship event.

About Spartan Race

Spartan Race is an international obstacle racing series with three levels of courses: three-mile Sprints with 10 obstacles; eight-mile Olympic (Supers) with 15 obstacles; and 10- to 12-mile Ultras (Beast). Death Race is the annual, grand-finale event. Racers may compete as individuals or teams. The series is the brainchild of Joe Desena of Pittsfield, Vt., home of the legendary Death Race.

Spartan Races are held in each region of the U.S. starting with a Sprint and working up to an Ultra. World Championship Ultra will be held annually in Vermont starting in 2012. Courses are muddy, creative and extreme — uniquely designed to exhaust and exhilarate as well as test competitors’ strength, stamina, mental and emotional fitness and sense of humor. For more information, a schedule of events or to register for a Spartan Race, visit .

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