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  • June 09, 2023 2 min read

    How does running an Ultra-Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) style event just below “Everest’s Death Zone” at 21,000 feet sound?  What about running 200 miles of OCR in a week?  Maybe make things a little more challenging by doing that in the winter going through snow for several days? 

    If this sounds crazy, it’s because it is, but that is what Evan “Ultra-OCR Man” Perperis did as part of several charity events to raise money for Folds of Honor (scholarship money for kids whose parents were killed or wounded in US Military service). 

    Events like this of uncertain safety and even more questionable sanity has allowed Evan to raise more than $29,000+ for charities over the last couple of years. 

    Throughout the journey he had filmmaker Bobby Ross accompany him to chronicle some of the adventures, challenges and problems along the way.  Bobby is the same filmmaker who shot OCR Everest (available for free here on YouTube), where Evan climbed the height of Everest at Tough Mudder trusting his traction of ascending/descending to VJ MAXx and VJ Ultras.

    You can now follow along in one of the only professionally produced OCR focused documentaries, Ultra-OCR Man, now available via the website Gumroad.  The 24-minute movie not only shows some of his more daunting charity events but deep dives into the psyche of ultra-endurance and what it takes to compete at a high level at events like the 24-hour long World’s Toughest Mudder. 

    Stream or download a copy today for a compelling story, lots of suffering and some tips that will help you on your next ultra-OCR.  This is a movie you won’t want to miss. 

    Order the movie now to stream or download here

    Learn more about Evan via his website: www.UltraOCRman.com