After slugging it in the heat, stinking of sewage and covered in more mud than you can imagine, our troops managed to make it through another year of the Suffolk Whole Hog, completing the “Boss Hog” race in 1hr 40min. The boys only made it out with a few scrapes and a few sore muscles.

Once again a massive thanks to Eight Point Two and The Suffolk Whole Hog for putting on this great team building event with lots of laughs on the way.

If you fancy joining the race and trying to beat our score visit: https://wholehograces.co.uk/

 You can expect to be crawling (under cargo nets), climbing (up steep banks and walls), wading through rivers (never swimming), tunnels, slides, jumps, swings and monkey bars…

About the Suffolk Whole Hog

he Suffolk Whole Hog is organised annually, and is just one of a number of public, charity and team-building obstacle races we run each year.

2017 is our 11th year of running the Suffolk Whole Hog, and will be our biggest race yet!
The races are tough, fun, wet and wild!

The two routes take place in a beautiful location. The Suffolk Whole Hog race is 5 miles long and the more challenging Boss Hog is 8 miles long. For both races we guarantee lots of obstacles, lots of mud and lots of water …

Mayday Mudders Finish The Suffolk Whole Hog

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