Listed below is a selection of our favourite obstacles in no particular order, pay attention as you may well face one in the near future.
Lagoon of Doom
A row of gymnastics rings to navigate across with a muddy pool of water to break your fall; technique and style is everything, don't fall short.
Climb this stack of water weights that each stand at 1m high; use their metal cages for foot holds and hand grips.
Our converted Fiat Ducato with a roof platform standing 2.6m high, simple enough when fresh but less so during an OCR race. "Hoorah" if you can get up this alone, without cheating.
A 40m long water slide down a steep hill with a very wet plunge to finish; smile for the camera if you can stop screaming.
A 7m high, multi-floor tower with chain ladders, fireman's poles, nets and several levels to descend and climb; a whirlwind OCR skills test.
AAA has 3 variations of climbing holds across 3 A-boards which requires you to traverse from one to the other. It's made trickier by tiredness, poor grip strength, mud and impatience. Take your time and be confident of your footing.
These intimidating overhanging walls stand at 2m high at an angle of 24°; it's entirely possible but maybe bring a friend or two.
A row of water-based inflatable rings to climb, jump and traverse. The muddy pond location just adds to the fun!
Keep your feet off the ground as you navigate yourself under the bars and weave across the obstacle.
Pallet Peak #getyourlegover
Clamber to the top of the laddered climb, then get your leg over and descend the other side.
Funky Monkey Bars
A favourite from old-school playgrounds – just monkey across the bars.
Drench and Stench
Time to get wet and muddy, as you stoop low to slip under the wire.