For the fourth consecutive March, Spartans invaded Greek Peak Mountain Resort in Cortland, New York for their only Winter Race in the United States. Little did we know at the time, due to events all over the world from the coronavirus, this would be the last Spartan Race for the foreseeable future.
The weather was absolutely beautiful, in the mid 30's with a little breeze, but the sun dominating the landscape. While the ground was mostly bare, save for the man made snow on the slopes, a light blanket of snow fell overnight on the lower areas. Most of that melted by mid day, but the scenery was still very cool. The highlight of the event was the tubing run that was set up for the open heats! This was a new addition and even enticed elite and open wave runners to come back for another lap to take on the run!
Check out a slide show of some of my favorite images from the day!