Xrunner is working with the environment to preserve nature as obstacle racing takes over the UK’s countryside
Reports state that approximately 5 million people took part in the obstacle race phenomenon last year and that number is only going to grow with the success of the events but at what cost to the environment?
X-Runner took their challenge to the champions when the first team players from Derby County Football Club came to the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham for some ‘muddy good fun’ as part of their pre-season training. Club manager Nigel Clough said ‘With the season just over one month away the team are almost at the peak of their physical fitness and training will continue to build, with an almost injury free line up, the first time in club history, we are in a great position!’
The RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team will be proudly disturbing the peace as they courageously descend to the start of possibly the toughest obstacle race and mud run on the planet the Wild Thing on Sunday 23rd September. The event has sold out with over 2000 extreme mud runners registered for X-Runners final event of 2012, don’t miss the Wild Thing