Night Race Info
2014 Rhino: Night Race Registration now open
When: July 26th, 2014
Where: 6400 Range Road, Las Vegas, NV 89115
- 20 Obstacles
- Elites Run at 8:00pm
- Kids Run at 7:00pm
- Timing is included in all registrations (you may opt to NOT be timed)
- 1000′s of Glow Sticks to Light Up The Course
- Bring Your Headlamps!
Prices (save $20, use code rhino20 by May 26th):
- Elite 5 Miles-20 obstacles ($30 extra for Elite) – $90
- Endurance Elite (Most # of Laps) – $100.00
- Sprint 5 Miles-20 obstacles – $65
- 5 Miles
- or the endurance option where you complete as many laps as possible by midnight
- Kids race is approximately 1 mile. Older kids may race the entire course with a parent and register as an adult.
Starting at 8:00, waves of athletes will be released every 15 minutes. The last heat will run at 10:00pm.
All Racers Receive:
- The ability to say “I raced the rare Rhino Course race…”
- Special Commemorative Coin
We will try to offer free parking, but if the event gets large enough, we will hire a professional parking company who may charge $10 a car. Parking will be onsite!
Want a front row seat to all the awesome Rhino action? Come and watch the racers at no cost! Maybe you’ll get the itch to hop in with us at the next race!
There will be two aid stations set up throughout the course, provided by Battle Born Krav Maga.
2013 Rhino: Night Race Results
Hundreds of Rhinos braved the tough Rhino: Night Race through 30 obstacles; including a brutal Slide-For-Life, Rubber Duck Crawl, Ammo Carry and a 12 Foot Rope Wall. Crawling through silty sand in the dead of the night carrying a training gun slung over their shoulders, racers commented on the ingenuity of Camp Rhino obstacle builder Jathan Cox. Even though it’s a small, local race, the Rhino Course races always deliver on cool courses and obstacles. This particular race was solely to raise money for the FRG Family Day for the 422nd ESB. Rhino Course is looking forward to putting on more races in collaboration with the 422nd ESB. Stephen Belcher of the National Guard had a major part in the set-up and coordination of the event, along with FRG Chairperson Nichole Nguyen of the 422nd ESB.
Congratulations to everyone who got out of their comfort zone May 31st, and a special recognition to AJ Wiest, Leah Erickson and Hillary Francis for completing 3 laps and 90 obstacles on the course.
Photos by Ken Kuehne and Megan Murphy coming soon.
Everyone who participated in the set-up, race-day, and tear-down were all volunteers donating their time, including Camp Rhino and Boot Camp Las Vegas Staff. We are so thankful that all of you are so supportive of our local race and plan on doing better every year!