Saturday 18 September
The best obstacle run in summertime is back! The Strong Viking Water Edition in Ghent takes place on Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 September 2021!
Get your towels ready, because on 18 & 19 September 2021 the Water Edition is back in Belgium! Get ready for the most challenging water obstacles during the spectacular 4km, 7km, 13km, 19km or 42km obstacle run track! The Strong Viking Water Edition takes place at the beautiful Provinciaal Domein Puyenbroeck, where in addition to a lot of water obstacles, you will have to conquer land obstacles and our famous Strong Viking Mud Area!
The Strong Viking Water Edition is chosen as best obstacle run in the Benelux with obstacles such as the Water Hill, Water Road, Storm the Castle and last but not least: the 12 meter high Fjord Drop!
Gather your friends and sign up together for the best obstacle run in the summer! Choose your challenge, start your training and become real Viking brothers!
What you get
- 4, 7, 13, 19 or 42km original Strong Viking Obstacle Run track
- An original finisher T-shirt at the end of the run (worth €12,50)
- Refreshments on the track
- Personal photos/videos of you during the run
- A personal photo at the finish
- The choice of a free beer or water at the finish
- Fjord Drop
- Walhalla Steps
- Water Road
- Water Hill
- Many more....
Yes, it is mandatory. Events in the Netherlands are allowed to take place again when they conform to the set conditions by the Dutch government.
As of September 25, indoor and outdoor events are only accessible with a corona access ticket (for everyone age 13 and older). With the Coronacheck app, everyone can retrieve the corona access ticket/QR code.*
For questions about the Coronacheck app and obtaining the corona access ticket/QR code, please consult the official channels of our government.
Yes, on the event site there are changing facilities. There is also a shower area where you can rinse off the worst of the mud.
Yes, every participant receives a number on a wristband with which he/she can drop-off their bag in a guarded baggage room.* There are no lockers on site! Make sure you bring a bag for your belongings, at the checkroom they only accept bags and no loose items!
Be advised, only 1 bag allowed per participant!
*Leaving your bag is always at your own risk.
Yes, visitors are welcome! To enter the event grounds, visitors must also be in possession of a valid QR code in the CoronaCheck app and ID.
Yes, there is catering available on the event island.
Each start wave is named after a Viking god/goddess or king and has a different start time. This is to let you know at what time you must begin. Start waves also have varying distances between 42, 19, 13 or 7km.
For the Family Editions startwaves are designated by color according to their start time and vary in distance between 3 and 5km
The minimum participation age varies according to the distances:
4km - Family Run: min. age 5 years old (or becomes 5 in that calender year)
4km - Beginning: min. 14 years old (or becomes 14 in that calender year)
7km: min. age 14 years old (or becomes 14 in that calender year)
13km: min. age 14 years old (or becomes 14 in that calender year)
19km and OCR Series: min. age 16 years old (or becomes 16 in that calender year)
42km Iron Viking: min. age 18 years old
60km Ultra Viking: min. age 18 years old
No, every obstacle has a ‘walk by’. You define your own limits/capabilities. “Strong Viking is not a Race, it’s a challenge!”
Yes! During the run there are a number of refreshments posts with water and Herbalife Nutrition drinks and power bars. Click here to see the products/ingredients. In addition, there is also a Red Bull Energypoint where you can enjoy Red Bull mixed with water to provide you with extra energy to complete the course.
For Iron Vikings there is the possibility to leave your own extra nutrition at a designated spot on the track.
Yes, this is possible. However, always check the measures in force in your own country regarding entry and exit traveling.
There is a start time on your ticket. We ask you to arrive an hour and a half before the start time.
No, that is not mandatory, however it is will be possible.