The volume of work is enormous. The weight is unforgiving. The movements don’t stop. But you have your teammate, you have yourself, and you have something to prove.
Team Assessment requires grit, determination, and the intestinal fortitude to keep going — harkening back to our roots at Special Forces Assessment and Selection.
Weight standards in your rucksack is as follows:
This is a competitive team event. All iterations will be scored by the Cadre and one team will win the event.
If you begin in a team and your teammate drops, you will be allowed to continue solo, or formed into a hybrid team (if there is another solo participant) at the Cadre’s discretion. Teams can only be two people; there will be no three person teams. Weighted movements will be scaled to any solo participants in a very fair way by the Cadre.
The winning team must start and finish the entire event together. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place patches for those who place. All others who complete the volume of work outlined by the Cadre will earn finisher patches. They will never be for sale.
**Note: these items brought with you will be required to fit inside your rucksack at the start of Team Assessment. They will not count toward the 45lbs. dry (men) or 30lbs. dry (women) weight requirement.
The GORUCK PT Test #1 is the first event of GORUCK Team Assessment. Minimum standards to continue to the rest of GORUCK Team Assessment are as follows:
TEAM SUCCESS: You and your partner must meet all the team requirements to pass PT Test #1. If you do not, you will both receive a Performance Failure (PF). 3 PF strikes and you’re out of the event.
Monster has not yet selected your cadre. Not to worry, he's on it.
Note: Your cadre will lead the class, teach team building-building and leadership lessons based on his time in Special Operations