CARDIFF 28/10/2017(waves still available)
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CARDIFF 28/10/2017(waves still available)
EARLY BIRD

Gluco logo triadAll 3 iNVNCBL events in 2017 make up the GLUCO TRIAD.  

Those who enter and complete all 3 will be awarded the GLUCO TRIAD 'seal' (that's some serious bling!) and their name admitted to the roll of  'iNVNCBL Legends'.

Get automatic entry by purchasing a season pass or just sign up when each event is announced throughout the year.


MARGAM #MUD

This year starts with Margam #MUD. The first challenge of 2017 and the Gluco Triad. Held in the stunning Margam Country Park you should expect a challenging, obstacle packed course. This event combines the beauty of the Welsh hills, tranquil lakes and trails – oh and expect a swim! Famed for our signature obstacles the Margam will not disappoint.  You’ll encounter the infamous ‘Razor Ridge’, ‘Under Pressure’ and ‘The Ledge’ which, if you’ve completed this before, you’ll either love or hate! Bringing a fresh new feel to 2017, new obstacles will be thrown in for added surprise. Combining the best of fitness, fun and physical challenge it is the perfect day for any thrill-seekers!

PEMBREY #SAND

Sounds like something you can’t wait to start? Let’s introduce you to the second part of the Gluco Triad based in Pembrey, Wales. Introduced in 2016 we utilised one of the best parts of Wales – the beaches. We became the first OCR in the UK to introduce a beach in its courses. The beautiful Pembrey #Sands adds a different element but still combining the welsh terrain. Expect running through dunes and waves, fighting the sands and exquisite views.

CARDIFF #FEARS

The final challenge of 2017 and the GLUCO TRIAD takes us to Coedarhydyglyn estate, Cardiff. Expect a challenging 10k course combining some glorious Welsh hills, trails, water crossings and not forgetting our signature iNVNCBL obstacles. And in the spirit of Halloween we've thrown in a couple of frightful surprises along the way, put it this way, you may not be running alone...

 You can even take a look at the previous year’s races to see how we’ve evolved.