Ten Unipart graduates have taken on the Wolf Run – a gruelling, annual run that defeats even the fittest – and have survived!
The WOLF Run is an off-road 10K obstacle run that provides a unique mix of running trails through woodland, open ground and water, alongside a series of challenging natural and man-made obstacles to test strength, ingenuity and determination. The run is an off-road event that tests even the fittest athlete!
It stands for Woods, Obstacles, Lakes and Fields, and these are exactly the obstacles that our Unipart graduates faced recently. The obstacles included climbing huge fallen trees, wading and swimming through deep, murky water, pulling each other up near-vertical mud slopes and crawling under dense vegetation.
The team comprised of Philip Alexandrou, Chris Smith, Molly Bagworth, Steve Tucker, Viktor Tapi, Oliver Hives, Karmen Lee, Dan Hamilton, Amy Jones and Lewis Edwards. Molly Bagworth said at the end of the challenging run “I enjoyed it immensely, and we are already looking to get the next cohort of 2014 graduates involved next year!”
The team raised over £1800 in total for their chosen charity MIND. MIND provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, and campaigns to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone.