The toughest and most hardcore event that BREAK-POINT offer.

Have you ever wondered just how physically and mentally robust you are? Have you missed out on the opportunity to go on Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins? 

Well this is the event for you. 

This is the closest thing you will get to Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins – in fact some of the recruits that have come on Denied have said it’s harder due to it being intensified over a shorter period of time.

Over 30 hours you will be fully immersed, pushed both physically and mentally.

Knowledge about this event is DENIED.

Your contact with the outside world is DENIED.

Your whereabouts during the course is DENIED.

We will show you coping mechanisms that prevent individuals from going beyond your break point – allowing you to push through mental and physical barriers that will change your life for good. This course focuses on individual and team skills to get you through to the end. 

Smaller in numbers this group will be run directly by Ollie Ollerton and his team of carefully selected Directing Staff.

Applicants will be given a 6 week training programme so you arrive at the event BATTLE-READY giving you the best opportunity to grow throughout the duration of the course.

FITNESS: Level 5+ – You should be extremely fit and active. Please do not book on to this event unless you meet this criteria. Please refer to the FAQs for more detailed guidance.



  • The toughest event that BREAK-POINT offer
  • 6 week training programme is provided to help you prepare
  • Saturday 18th September – Sunday 19th September 2021 
  • Saturday 16th October – Sunday 17th October 2021
  • Venue: SHROPSHIRE – details provided after booking

Saturday 18th September – Sunday 19th September 2021, Saturday 16th October – Sunday 17th October 2021

How fit do I need to be?
You should have a HIGH LEVEL OF FITNESS to partake in this event. Although you will be given a training plan you will already need to be at a high level of fitness beforehand. As a guide, you should be comfortable running 10k+, be obstacle course ready and be used to long distance trekking with a weighted back-pack. You will also need to be mentally prepared to endure long periods of physical activity.
Is there an upper or lower age limit?
You have to be over 18 to attend BREAK-POINT events, due to insurance. At BREAK-POINT we believe that age is just a number. We’ve had attendees on Break-Point courses aged between 18 and 60+.
What do I bring?
Break-Point will supply you with all the clothing and kit you need for this event. You will just need to bring your own boots with ankle support, a water bottle and and medication or essential items that you need. Full details will be sent out in the Candidate Brief.
How do I get to the venue?
The venue and travel instructions will be sent out to you in your Candidate Brief.
Do I need to bring a sleeping bag?
BREAK-POINT will supply you with a sleeping bag and a sleeping bag liner.
Do I need to bring food and drink?
BREAK-POINT will supply you with a 24 hour ration pack which will contain all your meals, refreshments and snacks for the event.
What time does the event start/finish?
Timings are generally 0900hrs on Saturday until 1500hrs on Sunday but full instructions will be sent to you in a Candidate Brief.
Can I bring family and/or friends to watch?
Unfortunately not. We are unable to accept spectators.
Do you have medical facilities and/or a doctor on site?
We have qualified first responders on site at all times. Our protocols for putting on events includes detailed planning around emergency response and medical care.
I have medical conditions - can I still do the course safely?
We suggest you seek medical advice prior to joining BREAK-POINT courses in terms of any medical condition that should be declared on your medical declaration form.
Do you cater for special dietary requirements, like veganism or allergies?
Yes – allergies and special dietary requirements can be accommodated and should be stated on your medical declaration form.
Am I allowed to film the experience/upload footage to the internet (eg Facebook/YouTube)?
No filming or photography is allowed during BREAK-POINT events. We cannot accept responsibility for lost or broken electronic equipment. However we take video footage and photos for our own marketing purposes and can supply you with pictures from the event. We actively encourage participants to share their experiences on social media afterwards.

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