NO OBSTACLE TO VICTORY
Taking on Chiltern Warrior run
250 RUNNERS took part in the annual Chiltern Warrior run this year on a beautifully sunny Sunday (March 13).
The run, either a 5k or 10k obstacle course over the grounds of the Chiltern Open Air Museum in Chalfont St Giles, raises thousands of pounds for the museum each year.
Sue Shave, museum director, said: “The sun was smiling for this year’s Chiltern Warrior and there was a fantastic buzzing atmosphere. The event was popular for team runners who had some great names this year such as ‘Muddy Mothers’ ‘Bobstacle’ and ‘Fruit Rats’.
“Many of the teams were running to raise funds for other local charities and causes which made this year’s Chiltern Warrior a great community event. The 250 runners after achieving Warrior status celebrated with a well- deserved bacon butty.”
People also took to Twitter to celebrate their achievements – runner @ Claire_Alice26 tweeted: “Officially a warrior now! Tough, muddy race. Thanks to all involved! #RunHappy #MudRunners.”
And @Bethyloo wrote: “A nice little 10km boshed! @ ChilternWarrior #ocr #greatrace #muddyrunners.” Did you take part in the run this year? If you did email our letters page at firstname.lastname@example.org.