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Fighting for a #LifeUnlimited

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By Holly Matthews, Event Coordinator, Cystic Fibrosis Trust Born Survivor was an entirely new event to myself as event coordinator for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. I heard about it through colleagues and our supporters and was keen to find out … Continue reading

Born Survivor Manchester – Big Muddy Fun

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Event Review by MuddyRace I hadn’t checked out a Born Survivor event before, but having read Stephen Bowes Muddy Race review of their Lakes event (plus 40 minutes in the car with him talking about it en-route) I had high … Continue reading

Brocket Gear’s Jason Brunnock takes on Manchester

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A Born Survivor Manchester review from Brocket Gear “The atmosphere was buzzing” By Jason Brunnock www.brocketgear.co.uk I have raced competitively in many obstacle races, however this would be the first I have attended that would not be timed. I’ve been … Continue reading

Mudstacle’s Andy Parry returns to take on Manchester

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A Born Survivor Manchester review from Mudstacle “It Gets Better And Better” By Andy Parry mudstacle.com I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. Born Survivor races are great! I’ve been to each and every one of their events … Continue reading

Prepare for Survival V.2

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Train harder and smarter with Grenade’s very own Ninja Warrior! By Emma Paveley The Born Survivor course is not only going to test your strength and cardiovascular endurance, it’s also going to test your mental focus, balance, agility and core … Continue reading

With a little help from our friends

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Why teamwork helps one of Born Survivor’s official charities create something unique By Ellen Smith It’s the path most of us take; meet someone, get married, have children and more often than not, experience a few bumps in the road … Continue reading

Prepare for Survival

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Explosive training tips from Grenade’s elite squadron By James St Leger The Born Survivor race will challenge all aspects of fitness. For that reason, you need to be ready for anything that may stand in your way. Luckily, Team Grenade’s … Continue reading

OCR, it’s not just for the boys!

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The UK Mudd Queens offer their insight into women and OCR. By JoJo Brown and Lucy Tarrant Just over a year ago, we decided to start a little Facebook group aimed at women who were interested in obstacle races. At … Continue reading

A military operation – the view from the barracks

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By Kevin Bedford – Born Survivor Event Director At Born Survivor, our 10km course design and construction doesn’t ‘just happen’; it takes months of careful planning, many site visits, miles of walking the course, countless planning meetings, multiple route changes … Continue reading

A different perspective; a view from an athlete’s wheelchair.

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How obstacle racing changed one man’s life, for good. By Shaun Gash My addiction to OCR began a couple of years ago, when I went to support my wife as she took part in an event in the Lake District. … Continue reading