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Tough Mudder London North – Northamptonshire UK May 2013

Here’s a tiny selection from the 1200 plus photos that I took at the London North Tough Mudder event at Boughton House near Kettering in the UK on 4th May 2013.

Tough Mudder UK
A mouthful of dirty pond water is not good at all… Tough Mudder UK London North 2013

Unlike last year, this time my good friend Janet and I were attempting to follow two particular groups of runners, one from the 8:40am start group, and one from the 9:00am start.  I must confess, I totally missed Joe and his team at our first obstacle, the aptly titled “Kiss of Mud” despite being in position on time.  We both managed to catch Matt and most of his team twenty minutes later though.

Then, a mad dash to the “Island Hopping” before a short trip to the “Underwater Tunnels” at which point we lost contact with our teams as they ventured away from the spectator areas.

We then waited to “ambush” them at “Mud Mile” #2, where I finally caught site of Joe and the team, and then rushed back to catch them as they approached the final few obstacles, including the “Hero Walls”, “Everest” and finally “Electroshock Therapy”.

It was an excellent event to photograph, as it was last year.  I could easily have stayed at Mud Mile all day it was so entertaining.  The occasional heavy shower with hail stones thrown in just added to the fun.

***Update – December 2019***  for any runners still looking for photos from the London North 2013 event at Boughton House, I have now tagged all my photos from the day with your running numbers (wherever they were visible).  Use the search box at the top of the Gallery Page below to check if I managed to tag your number (Saturday 4th May 2013 only):

Here’s the link to the photos I took on the day: 

Tough Mudder UK London North 2013

Geoff

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