Think you can survive more than 70 obstacles while wading through mud?
Then you're up for the challenge of Survival2: Kent’s military obstacle course race, which is returning to Betteshanger Park in Deal for a second year.
This year organisers at the park and MY/PT have added 4km to the race, more obstacles - and some surprise obstacles.
Competitors will have to run, jump, swing, wade, crawl, ride and haul their bodies through a series of brutal obstacles on Saturday, October 6.
New this year is Survival Elite for hard core OCR runners, allowing unlimited access to the course, and Survival Junior, a 2.5km route for fearless eight to 15-year-olds.
The endurance event will challenge competitors’ mental and physical ability, give some serious outdoor fun and there's a medal at the end.
Director of MY/PT, Jay Ingram, said: “We learnt a lot from our first event and have taken time to review the feedback. 2018 is going to be epic! We’re promising competitors a load more mud, plenty more obstacles and a more challenging course than ever before.”
Richard Morsley, park director, added: “Survival2 is for anyone who has a sense of adventure and a strong determination. Everyone will get wet, muddy and covered in coal spoil but we guarantee everyone will have a smile on their face when they cross the finish line.”
To register, go to betteshanger-park.co.uk/survival