2020 Goruck Tough Challenge – San Francisco, CA
10 Year Tough Anniversary
A decade later, come celebrate the anniversary of the GORUCK Challenge with GORUCK Founder Jason McCarthy as Cadre. We’ll retrace some of the original steps with rucks on our back and we’ll look forward at the next decade before rinsing off and hitting the town together. Participant slots are limited to 50 people. You are encouraged to bring wrapped bricks (4 or 6), OG style.
25% of all registration revenues will be donated to the Green Beret Foundation. Participants are also encouraged to fundraise for GBF or the cause of their choice.
10-12 HOURS, 15-20 MILES. THE ORIGINAL CHALLENGE. AVERAGE COMPLETION RATE: 94%
What to Bring
– A rucksack aka backpack (GR1 or Rucker recommended)
– Ruck Plate = to your weight requirement
If you weigh is more than 150 lbs = 30 lb. Ruck Plate (or equivalent)
If you weigh is less than 150 lbs = 20 lb. Ruck Plate (or equivalent)
– Hydration Bladder: Source 3L recommended
– Nalgene bottle (1L) or equivalent (electrolytes recommended)
– Reflective Ruck Bands (or equivalent) on your ruck
– Headlamp with extra batteries
– First Aid Kit
– Windbreaker (only if the temperature is expected below 60 ℉)
– Photo ID and $20 cash just in case
– As a class, you need one (1) 25 lb. class weight and one American Flag. Use your event’s Facebook page to meet your class, organize training, and coordinate team weight details.
– Flip-flops (not required) – upon completion of a GORUCK Tough, it’s one of the seven great feelings in the world to take your shoes and socks off and put flip flops on. It also makes the hell-yeah-I-earned-my-patch beer taste even better.
Event Cancellation Policy
– Refunds are not allowed for this event
– Transferring registration to a different participant is not allowed
– Store credit in the amount paid for the registration will be issued if requested more than 30 days before the event (NO EXCEPTIONS)
– This event must have a minimum of 30 registered participants no later than 30 days prior to the start date
If your event is at risk of being canceled, you will receive an email 60 days prior to the start date notifying you that your event is at risk