Sig Sauer To Host Third Annual Sig Relentless Warrior Championship

Competitors from the 2019 Sig Sauer Relentless Warrior Championship in Epping, New Hampshire. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

Sig Sauer is set to host its third iteration of the Sig Relentless Warrior Championship in 2020 for military academy cadets.

Scheduled for March 28, 2020 in Epping, New Hampshire at the Sig Sauer Academy, the Relentless Warrior Championship hosts 100 cadets from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, United States Air Force Academy, United States Naval Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, Virginia Military Institute, Texas A&M and the Merchant Marine Academy endure an intense course of fire that tests training, marksmanship and leadership skills. The result? The opportunity to be named the “Ultimate Warrior.”

The 2020 match will see Team Sig members Max Michel, Lena Miculek and Daniel Horner serve as honorary match safety officers. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to attend shooting clinics and demos by Team Sig members.

Sig says finding unique ways to support our nation’s military is important to the company.

“Supporting our military is the foundation that Sig Sauer is built upon, and we feel a deep sense of responsibility to the future of our nation’s military leaders,” Sig’s Chief Marketing Officer Tom Taylor said. “It’s an honor for everyone at Sig to host this elite competition and actively participate in the development of these cadets in their training to serve our country.”

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point took the title of Ultimate Warrior in 2019 and will attend 2020’s match to defend the title.

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