On 8th June, 2013 our team of 9 from Hungary, the UK and America completed the gruelling ‘Tough Mudder’ 12 mile course with over 20 obstacles in the south of England for different charities.
The course was designed by the British Special Forces to test all round strength, stamina, determination, and above all camaraderie, and took the team over 4 hours to survive mud, fire, ice-water, 10,000 volts of electricity, 12 foot high walls and getting through underground mud tunnels.
The team managed to raise over £3,000 for Help for Heroes, JDRF (charity helping cure children with diabetes) and Noah¹s Ark Children’s Hospice. As if surviving the course wasn’t hard enough on its own, half the team dressed as old ladies (props included) to raise awareness for Help the Aged!
For further donations, please visit the webpages:
1. Help for Heroes – Link
2. JDRF – Leading charity for type 1 diabetes – Link
3. Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice – Link
Thank you for your support!