Moore County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, Detention Officers, Moore County Internet Technology Department, and Public Safety competed in the Spartan Super Race.
“Team Locked Up”, as they called themselves, completed the course that consisted of 8.2 miles of obstacles over a 2000′ elevation grade. The team, led by Captain Corporal Mary Sheffield, ran up hills, through creeks, rivers, and helped each other climb obstacles in a display of character building teamwork.
The 3 hour race was held in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.
The Spartan Race is a series of obstacle races of varying distance and difficulty ranging from 3 miles to marathon distances. They are held in US and have been franchised to 14 countries including Canada, Europe, South Korea, and Australia. The series include the Spartan Sprint, the Super Spartan, the Spartan Beast, and the Ultra Beast. Spartan Race also has a military series in which an obstacle course is designed by the United States military.
Courtesy photos from Moore County Sheriff’s Office