Team Assessment (Female Division): Bellbrook, OH (3rd Annual) 05/19/2022 13:00

May 19th, 2022 @ 1:00pm EST

Team Assessment (Female Division): Bellbrook, OH (3rd Annual) 05/19/2022 13:00
About this event

Date & Time

Thursday, May 19, 2022 13:00

Start Point

Your start point will be posted to this page and emailed to you at least one week before the event date.


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:

  • Women: 30lbs. (Dry)

SANDBAGS (You Will See At Team Assessment)

  • 20lbs.
  • 40lbs.
  • 60lbs.
  • 80lbs.
  • 120lbs.


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.


  • SRT Training Program
    • So you signed up - now what? Join us for daily workouts written by Cadre DS that are simple, but not easy. All you need is a ruck or sandbag. The SRT programming will get you ready. And your first week is free!
  • Check out our RUCK CLUB map to find people to train with


Your ruck must weigh a minimum of 30lbs. at all times, not including water or food. We will weigh your ruck at the start of Team Assessment. You will have access to our scale prior to the commencement of Team Assessment.



  • Rucksack weighing no less than 30lbs. dry. That means not including water or food. **You must use a GORUCK brand rucksack. (Rucker recommended).
    • By exception, we will approve the use of GR1/GR2's. Ruck Plate/Weight must be fully wrapped in padding in the ruck to prevent crushed zippers
    • Must have drain holes
    • No patch affixed at Start Point
  • Must contain one 2” x 3” piece of Velcro loops on it (standard on nearly all GORUCK rucksacks). Cadre will affix a participant patch to this at the start.
  • Must contain Reflective Ruck Bands (2 minimum) on the exterior of the rucksack.


  • At least one 32L Kit Bag (or equivalent) to hold extra/back up gear
  • Must be labeled with you name
  • After the PT test, participants will have the opportunity to access their Kit Bag to change out shoes/clothes


  • Weight to meet the 30lbs. dry requirement – (Ruck Plates recommended as opposed to something that gets heavier when wet).
  • Waterproof bag (Dry Sack recommended plus contractor bag as back-up. Recommended that anything that retains water when wet fits inside it.)
  • Tac Hat (or baseball style hat with 2x3 Velcro loops on the front for a patch) may be worn at start of event
  • Socks (1 pair)
  • Perfomance Beanie (1)
  • Rain Jacket/Windbreaker (may be worn during PT test if authorized by Cadre)
  • Base layer top, long-sleeved (1)
  • Pants (1 pairs)
  • Gloves
  • Foot Care Kit
  • Vaseline or Anti-Chafing Gel
  • 3L Hydration Bladder
  • 32 oz. Water bottle. (No morale stickers affixed are authorized. GORUCK logo Nalgene is authorized.)
  • ID card (waterproofed)
  • Headlamp
  • Two (2) military-grade ChemLights, minimum 12 hour duration.
  • Food Bag (not just gels or lickies and chewies -- real food like PB&J's/MRE's)
  • Personal medical items (inform Cadre at start of event)


  • Drybag or waterproof bag to line the kit bag
  • Socks (4 pairs)
  • Extra Tan T-shirt (1)
  • Extra Pants (1 pair)
  • Back up MACV-1 Boots or other boots/trail running shoes. Do not wear Gore-Tex boots with no drain holes.
  • Hypothermia Blanket (1)
  • Additional Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Food (not just gels or lickies and chewies -- real food like PB&J's/MRE's)
  • Additional ORS (2)
  • 550 cord/para cord (10ft)
  • Back up 3L Hydration Bladders (with extra mouthepice/bitevalve for bladder)
  • Ranger Panties or equivalent (1 pair)
  • American Training Half Zip or equivalent
  • Pelican Case (marked with your name)
  • Chapstick or Lip Balm
  • Additional 1 gal Freezer ZipLock bags (3-4)
  • 100 mph tape strips
  • 3-mil Contractor bag (1)
  • Sunscreen (optional)
  • Comfortable clothes (optional for after party)
  • Flip-Flops/Recovery Sandals (optional)


  • Rucksack
  • T-shirt (tan)
  • Pants (Challenge Pants recommended)
  • Socks
  • MACV-1 Boots or other boots/trail running shoes.
  • Jacket/Windbreaker (weather dependent – if this is authorized, you will be informed NLT than the commencement of GORUCK Team Assessment). You do not need to have a total of 2. It can either be in your ruck or worn if authorized by the Cadre.


**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 30lbs. dry weight requirement.

  • Any required life-saving medication (must be declared during your medical screening which happens at the beginning of GORUCK Team Assessment)
  • Real Food or MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) (2 unopened) Note: this will not count toward the 30 lbs. weight requirement. You will be given the opportunity to eat periodically during the event.
  • Oral Rehydration Solution/Salts (ORS). Candidates are required to bring a minimum of 2 ORS packages in their rucksack and 2 additional packages in their kit bag. Recommended ORS manufactured by either AGS Brand, Drip Drop, or Jianas Bros.
    • ORS - do not consume more than 1 per 24 hour period prior to the commencement of your event


  • Cell Phones (leave them in your car OR in a pelican case in your kit bag)
  • Watch
  • GPS/Pedometer
  • Map
  • Energy supplements
  • Any food with caffeine
  • Medicine, unless potentially life-saving
  • Knives
  • Sunglasses
  • Any metal jewelry of any kind
  • Any necklace of any kind
  • Alcohol
  • Morale patches
  • Non-GORUCK Rucksacks


  • Cell phones: recommend that you leave in your car or in a pelican case in your kit bag. If you must bring yours, we will confiscate at the beginning and return only upon the end of your GORUCK Team Assessment experience. We assume no liability should something happen to your phone while under our care.
  • Keys: bring them if you must but leave them in a pelican case in your kit bag.
  • Required items must be brought. There will be an inspection at the commencement of GORUCK Team Assessment.
  • Recommendation: things that retain water are placed in a waterproof bag or Ziploc-style bag, all inside of one large dry bag or contractors bag.
  • Unless otherwise specified, the intended quantity of items is one (1) or one pair.
  • Ruck must weigh a minimum of 30lbs. when dry (not including water).
  • Any prohibited items will be confiscated and returned upon completion or withdrawal.
  • You will receive a medical screening at the commencement of GORUCK Team Assessment.


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:

  • Push-ups: 35 in 2 min (70 total as a team)
  • Sit-ups: 45 in 2 min (90 as a team)
  • 12 Mile Ruck: 3 hours and 30 min (you must stay together)
  • SCORING: If you hit 25 out of the 35 push-ups, but your partner hits 45 push-ups, your team will have passed the PT Test.
  • You can view the PT movement standards HERE

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.


  • Transfers and refunds are not allowed for this event (NO EXCEPTIONS).


Bellbrook, OH
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May 19th, 2022 @ 1:00pm EST
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