BattleFrog leaps into 2015 series
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“BattleFrog is an obstacle course race series founded and designed by former Navy SEALs,” Dan Curran, public relations director, said. “A group of Navy SEALs got together at one point and realized they loved obstacle racing and were looking for a way to support the organizations that support SEALs and fallen SEALs’ families.”
So, as 2013 was winding down, BattleFrog launched with its unique offering of SEAL-inspired physical and psychological obstacle racing with categories for all participants.
“They did their first race in May, 2014, and they did six events in cities across the U.S.” Curran said. “In 2015, we have more than 18 events planned.”
With more than a $1 million in cash and prizes in webbed hand to award.
The first BattleFrog event will be at Amelia Earhart Park — 401 E. 65th St., Hialeah — Feb. 28 to March 1.
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