Jersey City Challenge Race 2015
Men’s Fitness Jersey City Challenge Race 2015
Did you partake in this past weekend’s Jersey City Challenge Race? Urban people now love these kinds of events – thanks to “easy” modern lifestyles, and lack of any real work necessary to sustain your life living in a city.
Obstacle Course raises fund for charities
Jersey City was taken over by athletes of all fitness levels and diverse backgrounds, families and friends for the 2015 Men’s Fitness Jersey City Challenge Race this past Saturday, May 16th at Exchange Place.
The City Challenge Obstacle Course Race has a mission to inspire everyone to live a fit and healthy lifestyle while having fun and still giving back to the local community. They are the first urban, CLEAN race! This year, for Jersey City, they partnered with Men’s Fitness Magazine to bring more exciting activities and obstacles to participants.
They had a total of 1,904 challengers where everyone enjoyed conquering obstacles and challenging themselves. Challengers completed an urban obstacle course that included jumping over NYPD cop cars, taxi cabs, climbing cargo nets, rope climbing, sand bags carries, and so much more!
Men’s Fitness Jersey City Challenge Race partnered with Wounded Warrior Project and Jersey City Youth Foundation to raise funds and awareness during the event and successfully raised $3,255.00 which was donated to both of the organization.
To find out when the next race will be, check out the website www.citychallengerace.com.