Pro football legend Randy Moss was known for his supreme athleticism when he played on the gridiron. The 39-year-old future NFL Hall of Famer put his speed, strength and stamina to the test on Oct. 2 during the Spartan Race World Championship weekend in North Lake Tahoe, Calif. Moss completed a Spartan Trifecta, which means he tackled three different types of Spartan Races (Sprint, Super and Beast) within a calendar year. He had previously completed a Sprint (3+ miles/ 20+ obstacles) in Charlotte and a Super (8+ miles/ 25+ obstacles) in Asheville, N.C., and competed in the open division of the Beast (12+ miles/30+ obstacles) in Lake Tahoe. He finished the course in 6 hours, 43 minutes and 59 seconds, which put him in 1,467th place out of about 4,100 competitors. By Sunday, Moss was in a suit and tie working his job as an analyst for ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. Check out Moss in action in the photos below!
Photos: Courtesy of Spartan Race