Pushing limits and building bridges at the world's toughest endurance event.
A group of Special Forces combat veterans give participants a taste of what it's like to serve during a 48-hour endurance event that has become known as one of the toughest in the world.
Goruck's Selection is not only one of the toughest endurance events on the planet, it’s also an attempt by its creators to bridge the military-civilian divide. Hosted by a group of Special Forces combat veterans, this 48-hour challenge is a condensed interpretation of the US Army’s 24-day Assessment and Selection.
For the participants, the event is a chance to test their limits while paying tribute to those who serve. For the Cadre, it’s an opportunity to honour their community and connect with civilians. Less than 2% of participants finished the first 18 iterations of the event. Will anyone in Class 019 meet 'The Standard'?