Mortimer Curran

Athlete, Photographer, and Sportsman in the United States

Mortimer Curran

Athlete, Photographer, and Sportsman in the United States

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Mortimer Curran is a fitness fanatic who trains year-round for Obstacle Course Races. An all-around adventure seeker, Mortimer Curran has always enjoyed keeping active. He maintains his fitness by regularly visiting trails and mountains where he goes hiking, running and climbing.

His love of fitness goes back as far as he can remember! As a child, Mortimer Curran participated in mountaineering and rock climbing clubs at school. In the mountaineering club, his training consisted of long-distance running and fell running.Fell running, also known as hill running, is a form of off-road foot-racing. The unorthodox challenge of navigating tricky terrain sparked Mortimer Curran’s interest in unconventional fitness training. Developing on his physical fitness training,he also completed a year of Army ROTC. This experience introduced him to weight training, which he continues to integrate into his fitness plan even still today.

Mortimer Curran’s adventures in obstacle course racing take him all over the world. As a result, he has developed a fierce passion for travel photography. He has documented his journeys to Europe, New England and The Caribbean. Viewing the world through his camera lens offers Mortimer Curran a unique way to capture his experiences. When looking back on his memories of traveling, exploring and adventuring, Mortimer Curran can literally look back by flipping through his photographs.

Always up for a challenging competition, Mortimer Curran trains year-round for Tough Mudder, Spartan Race and BoneFrog. The motivational sense of community found at obstacle course races keeps him inspired and stimulated. Comradery is strong in the world of this unconventional sport. More than a competition, Mortimer Curran values the family atmosphere that pushes him to bring his A-game and give it his all. Hoping to inspire others to join in on the fun, he frequently updates his blog where he offers tips, tricks, and advice on how to train for obstacle course races.