Whole Hog obstacle race will be harder this year, say organisers

The Whole Hog will be returning to Wantisden Hall this October. Picture: EACH

The Whole Hog will be returning to Wantisden Hall this October. Picture: EACH - Credit: Archant

Details for this year’s Whole Hog obstacle course at Wantisden Hall have been released.

There will be a five-mile course for beginners and a seven mile course for those who fancy a challen

There will be a five-mile course for beginners and a seven mile course for those who fancy a challenge. Picture: EACH - Credit: Archant

Two ‘hog’ races will be on offer with the Whole Hog beginner five-mile race being joined by a more challenging seven-mile ‘Boss Hog’ race.

Ian Bliss, one of the event organisers, said: “The Whole Hog and much harder Boss Hog obstacle courses and mud runs have become firm fixtures in many people’s calendars and continue to go from strength to strength.

The Whole Hog benefits East Anglia's Children's Hospices. Picture: EACH

The Whole Hog benefits East Anglia's Children's Hospices. Picture: EACH - Credit: Archant

“We’re also really pleased to be working with EACH, that has become our charity partner for this year and 2019.”

The Whole Hog is £43 to enter whilst the Boss Hog costs £5 more if signed up for before March 31.

This year's course is said to be harder than previous ones. Picture: EACH

This year's course is said to be harder than previous ones. Picture: EACH - Credit: Archant

More information about the race as well as how to sign up can be found online.


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