The Spartan Warriors Children’s Competition kicks off in Changchun
Xinhua News Agency, Changchun, August 19 (Reporter Zhou Wanpeng) On the 19th, the 2023 Spartan Warriors Children’s Competition kicked off at the Karen Lake Liwang Experimental School in Changchun. Nearly 4,000 young warriors embarked on a grand challenge of surpassing themselves.
This is the first time the Spartan Warriors Kids Tournament is held in the Northeast region. This track is aimed at young warriors aged 4-14, divided into 4-6 years old (3 kilometers, 16 obstacles), 7-9 years old (3.8 kilometers, 20 obstacles) and 10-14 years old (5.4 kilometers, 26 obstacles) in three groups.
Karen Lake Liwang Experimental School, where the event is held, is located on the banks of the beautiful Karen Lake. The natural geographical environment of the campus provides fun and ornamental features for the event. Another big challenge beyond road barriers.
“The obstacles are very interesting, and some are more difficult.” 8-year-old Li Linhe participated in the event for the first time. Although he finally completed all the projects, he was not satisfied with his performance. “I will conduct targeted exercises on my shortcomings, and hope to surpass myself and achieve better results next time.”
According to Niu Gang, the person in charge of the organizer Shengli Family, as an obstacle event popular all over the world, the Spartan Warriors Kids Race has been loved by parents and children since it entered China in 2017. “Children walk into nature by challenging obstacles, enjoy the fun of challenging themselves, and gain a healthy body and a positive attitude.” He said.
The Spartan Warriors Children’s Competition has commenced in Changchun, captivating the young participants seeking to surpass their boundaries. Taking place at the picturesque Karen Lake Liwang Experimental School, the event attracts nearly 4,000 children aiming to tackle various obstacles and test their skills.
Being the first time the Spartan Warriors Kids Tournament is held in the Northeast region, the competition is divided into three categories based on age groups. Children aged 4-6 years old face a 3-kilometer track with 16 obstacles, while those aged 7-9 years old tackle a slightly longer 3.8-kilometer track featuring 20 obstacles. The oldest group, aged 10-14 years old, is challenged with a 5.4-kilometer track encompassing 26 obstacles.
The Karen Lake Liwang Experimental School serves as an ideal venue for the event, thanks to its natural geographical environment and stunning surroundings. In addition to the physical barriers, participants also face the challenge of overcoming the road obstacles.
One of the young contestants, 8-year-old Li Linhe, expressed his excitement about the competition. Despite completing all the projects, he was unsatisfied with his performance and aims to improve. “The obstacles are very interesting, and some are more difficult,” Li stated. Determined to surpass himself, he plans to target his weaknesses through specific exercises to achieve better results in the future.
Niu Gang, the person in charge of the organizer Shengli Family, explained the popularity of the Spartan Warriors Kids Race since its introduction to China in 2017. This globally renowned obstacle event allows children to connect with nature, enjoy the thrill of challenging themselves, and cultivate a healthy body and positive mindset.
With the Spartan Warriors Children’s Competition underway, young participants in Changchun are channeling their inner warriors, pushing boundaries, and embracing the challenges that lie ahead.