fundraiser completes 'Tough Mudder' extreme race
Burnham-On-Sea resident and local solicitor has faced his fears
of water, heights, submersion and electrocution in order to raise
funds for charity.
Sinclair completed the gruelling 12-mile extreme mud marathon obstacle
race called Tough Mudder on Saturday (August 20th).
race is dubbed 'extreme hell' and is designed by British Armed Forces
to test mental and physical strength, determination and 'grit'.
of three David, 38, ran it with and a team form Acorn Solicitors
to help raise funds for Age UK Somerset and help thousands of elderly
being overweight, David lost 2.5 stones by doing a few months of
intense press ups, plank, tractor tyre flipping, battle ropes, load
carrying, lunges, squats and more to get ready for the challenge.
a director of Solicitors for the Elderly, said: "It was an
amazing experience. I faced all my fears of water, heights, submersion
and electrocution in one go!"
really believe in helping charity locally so was delighted to be
able to face this challenge knowing people will be helped at the
end of it."
is one of Britain's biggest charity giving businesses for its size,
raising and donating well over £50000 in the last 7 years.
Mudder includes such elements as 'Arctic Enema' which is an icy
plunge updated to include a high speed entry slide and centre wall
you must duck under to escape 10 tonnes of ice jammed into a frigid
the 'Electroshock Therapy' is the final short, muddy sprint in a
field of dangling wires delivering a punch at 10,000 volts. To sponsor
David and the Acorn Solicitors team, click