Mud, Sweat and Tears by Bear GryllsBear Grylls is a man who has always loved adventure. After leaving school, he spent months hiking in the Himalayas as he considered joining the Indian Army. Upon his return to England after a change of heart, he passed SAS selection and served with 21 SAS for three years. During this time, he broke his back in several places in a free-fall parachuting accident and it was questionable whether he would ever walk again. However, after months of rehabilitation, focusing always on his childhood dream of climbing Everest, he slowly became strong enough to attempt the ultimate ascent of the worlds highest peak. At 7.22 a.m. on 26 May 1998, Bear entered the Guinness Book of Records as the youngest Briton to have successfully climbed Everest and returned alive. He was only twenty-three years old and this was only the beginning of his extreme adventures...Known and admired by millions - whether from his prime-time TV adventures, as a bestselling author or as a world-class motivational speaker - Bear has been there and done it all. Now, for the first time and in his own words, this is the story of his action-packed life
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Due to date conflicts, several of the teams we had hoped to join the event are not able this year. If you are a solo superhero you can take part relying only on your own stamina and ability competing for the Solo Cup. Corporate teams will compete to be crowned winners for the glory of their companies. In The fastest solo competitor finished in just over 12 hours and the fastest team in 18hrs 25 minutes. The event will be fully supported with 10 checkpoints along the way where we will supply you with the basics to survive: food, water and first aid combined with lots of cheers and support. We will provide you with energy drinks, hot tea, energy bars pasta, soup and water, however, if you choose to organise your own support team, we will provide you with the location of checkpoints where your crew will be welcome.
Everyone must register and collect their race pack which includes your race number There is limited parking here so we suggest you collect your friends packs as well. Team leaders are to collect all team members race packs. Limited race pack collections will be available on site on race day between 8. Please assemble as directed by You will need to attend the Prize Giving to claim your prizes. Suitable running shoes must be worn and should be taped on to prevent loss in the mud. No racing spikes or rugby boots.