ST. CHARLES, Iowa – The annual Wild Boar Challenge encourages participants to put their endurance and physical strength to the ultimate test on its obstacle course race set for Sept. 21.
The race will benefit several Iowa children’s charities, including the Wildwood Hills Ranch, an organization that provides positive opportunities and programming for children from across the state. The Wild Boar Challenge is hosted by the Contributors Breakfast Club (CBC), a foundation that is committed to raising money for a number of Iowa charities.
The course consists of more than five miles of over 16 thrilling obstacles, designed in conjunction with Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping. The challenging design and community-based spirit of the race attracts more than 600 participants annually.
The Wild Boar Challenge will begin at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 21, at Wildwood Hills Ranch, 2552 Union Lane, St. Charles. For additional information, visit wildboar.grid33marketing.com. The entry fee is $65. Registration is available online or at the event.
After the race, participants can enjoy complimentary food and beverages, as well as music.
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Wild Boar Challenge organizer Ryan Albers is available for pre-event interviews interview leading up to the event. Please contact Christina Stroback at email@example.com or 319.936.9300 to schedule an interview.
About the Wild Boar Challenge
Wild Boar Challenge is an annual obstacle course race hosted by the Contributors Breakfast Club (CBC) to raise funds for a variety of children’s charities in central Iowa, including the Wildwood Hills Ranch. The event has attracted over 600 participants from throughout the Midwest in previous years and includes challenging and fun obstacles designed by Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping, as well as event participants.