Hardcore Events, the company behind the Caribbean’s exciting new obstacle course event challenge series, announced lifetime support for Trinidad and Tobago Paralympic sport at its launch on 28 May.

Participants in Hardcore events will tackle 20+ military-style obstacles over 5 miles of harsh tropical terrain. With obstacles designed by a US Special Forces officer and local 5th Dan Black Belt, Adam Chin Leung, participants will know that they’re in for a serious challenge! Hardcore is not a race - it's a serious test of fitness, courage and strength of character, and a way to develop a sense of camaraderie and promote teamwork among those who take up the challenge.

At the launch, hosted by Torakan Dojo in Woodbrook, Sensei Adam Chin Leung put children from Princess Elizabeth home through a mini obstacle course, as part of Hardcore’s efforts to show that sport and adventure challenges like Hardcore are open to everyone, regardless of ability, and to support the Trinidad and Tobago Paralympic Committee in their efforts to open up sporting opportunities for all.

Hardcore’s Jamie Garcia said “Hardcore is very proud to announce our lifetime support for local Paralympic sport, because Paralympic athletes embody the spirit of Hardcore events. They overcome serious physical and mental challenges to take part in sport at a competitive level and are an inspiration to us all.”

Hardcore’s first Caribbean event is scheduled for 5 August in Chaguaramas, Trinidad.

You can join the Hardcore cause on www.facebook.com/hardcorecaribbean or visit www.hardcorecaribbean.com.

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