Ruck the Box announced for Feb 29 Hexathlon Sites

We're happy to announce the following Hexathlon sites will also feature a Ruck the Box event on Sunday, March 1st to coordinate with Mission Day: 

Adelaide, South Australia      

Bratislava, Slovakia              

Buenos Aires, Argentina      

Christchurch, NZ                   

Lille, France                             

Miami, FL, USA                       

Milan, Italy                              

Naha, Okinawa, Japan         

Salt Lake City, UT, USA        

San Antonio, TX, USA          

Tijuana, MX                            

What is Ruck the Box? RtB is a competitive team event to cover at least 10km on foot within 3 hours wearing 10+ lbs of weight in your ruck. The team that covers the greatest distance will receive the elite gold Ruck the Box patch. All teams finishing the 10k requirement will earn the standard patch. Anyone can participate, but registration is required.


  • Don't forget to register for this events!!!

    You can contact local GORUCK Ruck Clubs to start training at:

    If no club is near you, you can assemble your Team and train on your own using StarCourse training plans.

  • rediguanarediguana ✭✭✭
    edited March 2020

    Just wanted to say thank you for doing RtB for the weekend's events. We had 16-20 in Christchurch for Ruck the Box, and I think the ruckers ended up being the most social of the Ingress agents during Mission Day! Our team did a good ruck, averaging ~13.7km for the three hours. It was a good experience. I hope RtB can be made available as an option for future Mission Days. We also did XF teams, broken out into different teams based on the pace they wanted to do. It worked well.

  • Thank you everyone for organizing Ruckthebox in Christchurch. Had a great walk last weekend.😀

  • MorganzaMorganza ✭✭✭✭✭

    A fair number of people said in the Telegram chat that they were planning to register for Ruck The Box in Salt Lake City, but it was cancelled for low participation. If the date for the go/no-go decision had been published, or if the need for a minimum number of signups had been made clearer, there might well have been enough sign-ups in time.

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