5 members of staff recently completed the Nuclear 7.5km obstacle course in Kelvedon Hatch in very wet and muddy conditions.
Matt Price, Alex Patten, Katherine Smithers, Max Collins and Eddie Carter excelled themselves by completing the last Nuclear 7.5km run of the year in horrendous conditions over farmland in Ongar on 3rd November 2019.
In early November, five members of the team – Matthew Price, Max Collins, Alex Patten, Edwin Carter and Katherine Smithers – entered the Nuclear Racing ‘Fallout’ challenge which involved sweat, tears and lots and lots of mud. On the wild plains of Kelvedon Hatch, they had to undertake a 7-and-a-half-km obstacle including wading through ditches, scrambling up nets, hauling themselves through metal tubes and running in ankle-deep mud and knee-deep water.
Suffering an injury, Alex had to retire to the medical tent, and there were moments of great struggle and very muddy exertion during the course, but the team were able to motivate each other to complete the event and overall it was a huge success, raising £500 and increasing for Little Belsteads.