Help us fight the good fight against blood cancer
Spartan Race is tough, but facing the difficult and often scary realities of a blood cancer diagnosis is undoubtedly one of life’s toughest challenges.
With great courage, comes great responsibility, so we hope you’ll choose to fight the good fight by joining Team Beat Blood Cancer and fundraising in support of everyone living with blood cancer.
Each day, 41 people will receive a blood cancer diagnosis.
Right now, 110,000 Australians are fighting blood cancer.
Leukaemia is the most diagnosed childhood cancer.
Why Spartan Race?
If you’re looking for a way to shake up your fitness routine or chasing an adrenaline rush you won’t soon forget, then it’s time to answer the call to greatness and tackle the world’s #1 obstacle race course.
Whether you’re a fitness fanatic, a reluctant gym goer or haven’t broken a sweat in years, there’s a race type for everyone and victory is within your reach!
So what are you waiting for?
Spartan Race Types
Big on obstacles, short on running. Perfect for your first Spartan Race.
5km | 20 Obstacles
The perfect mix of obstacles and running. Ideal for returning racers and trail runners.
13km | 30 Obstacles
A true test of endurance. The final challenge on your road to Trifecta glory.
21km | 40 Obstacles
The pinnacle of Spartan racing. The only race featuring time cut-offs, it’s not for the faint hearted.
50km+ | 60+ Obstacles
You want it all, race all 3 distances over 2 days and earn your Trifecta in one huge Spartan weekend.
5km + 13km + 21km
Muddy, non-competitive fun. Designed to build resilience and self-confidence.
2km | 20 Obstacles
An SAS Selection inspired challenge testing your mental strength and endurance.
4 or 12 HOURS
How It Works
Sign up for your Spartan Race
Find a race near you, muster your courage and sign up to the world’s #1 obstacle race course!
Click the ‘Start Fundraising’ button to create your Team Beat Blood Cancer fundraising page.
Ask for Support
Share your fundraising page link with family and friends, tell them the story behind why you’re fundraising and ask them to donate.
Some are born great.
Some achieve greatness.
Some have greatness thrust upon them.
Spartans joining forces for good in teams of two or more.
Spartans choosing to fight the good fight on their own.
About Leukaemia Foundation
Spartans are unwaveringly committed and so are we.
So much so, that we’ve set a bold goal of Zero Lives Lost to Blood Cancer by 2035, and our recent State of the Nation: Blood Cancer in Australia report tells us that we are on the path towards achieving it. Our commitment to the care and cure of patients and families living with blood cancer and related disorders is at the heart of everything we do.
So when you join Team Beat Blood Cancer, you’re bravely committing to helping us support those touched by blood cancer in several important ways:
We provide free home-away-from-home accommodation near hospital for 750 rural and regional families each year who need to urgently relocate for treatment.
Transport services for a safe journey
We support people living with blood cancer by providing transport services to and from hospital, ensuring they can get to treatment safely when their immunity is compromised.
Specialised support at every stage
We offer people living with blood cancer specialised practical, emotional and financial support from diagnosis through to treatment and beyond.
Research that improves and saves lives
We are committed to funding a range of life-saving research initiatives and clinical trials that will lead to faster diagnosis, better treatments and one day...a cure.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which race is best for a first-timer?
The 5km Sprint is the perfect entry into the world of Spartan. Prepare to conquer 20 iconic obstacles such as the Spear Throw, Container Complex, and Rings while joining an epic community of like-minded Spartans.
Is it an actual race?
Up to you. Run at whatever pace you like and push yourself. Your race is timed, but the open wave is all about conquering the obstacles with your mates and getting across the finish line.
Am I fit enough?
Absolutely. We have people in their 70's running the Sprint. If you exercise at least 3 times a week, you're more than ready. There are training videos and a training guide on the Spartan website to help you get prepared.