Challengers go head to head at inaugural Extreme Ninja Assault event in Ipswich
- Credit: Adrian Rawlinson
Hundreds of people went head to head at the first ever Extreme Ninja Assault event in Ipswich this weekend.
The inaugural challenge, run in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice, took place at Ipswich Rugby Club on Saturday.
Inspired by the TV programme Ninja Warrior UK, the event saw participants face 10 giant obstacles including a travelator similar to the one used in the Gladiators TV show.
Two different courses were on offer at the event, allowing guests of all ages to take on the challenge.
Joanne Rodger, events and challenges manager at St Elizabeth Hospice said that reaction to the new event had been hugely positive.
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“It was amazing,” said Ms Rodger.
“Every one that we spoke to has said what great fun it was and to have over 400 people for the first year was great.
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“There was a real mix of adults and children.”
Bosses have high hopes of running a similar event in the future.