The Tribe dictates that Devil Slayers must take out time to make merry with fellow runners after the race is over. Having beat their own Devil at the Circuit, they now thank the God of Strength through an offering of dance, music, and energy drinks! This they do at the Devils Circuit Village.
For our youngest athletes, we offer 10 custom-made, age-appropriate obstacles to overcome. With volunteers ready to offer a helping hand at each obstacle, get ready to let your kids loose on the circuit! At the race, watch your little ones make crucial decisions to cross or omit the obstacles—a life-skill they take back home.
The holy grail for Devil Slayers, this symbol is known to have appeared thousands of years ago on a rock. It had signalled to our forefathers, that the time for the tribe’s inception was near and thus we came to be! This symbol is what protects the village and the tribesmen when they are out beating their Devil on the track.
BEATING THE DEVIL
Each year, Devil Slayers gather together to beat their own Devil, that is, THEIR FEAR OF FAILURE. The demolition of fear at the circuit is what helps them achieve wondrous things when they lead their daily lives.
In modern English, the word ‘Booyah’ is heralded as a unification of two words—BOO and YOU—which is used by humans when they accomplish a feat that puts them above a fellow human. It is rather distilled from the time it was incepted. The sacred chant, BOOYAH, which originated thousands of years ago, translates to ‘the organic high’—the adrenaline pumped state you reach during the race when you have beaten your Devil! Though we don’t like the modern rendition of the word, we’ll keep the ‘sense of accomplishment’ part of it.