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What is the Sheep Dip?
A 2m long and wide submerged drainage pipe.
Sports lovers are being sought to join an ancient game that takes place once a year in Kent on a pitch more than a mile long.
Wondering why you should take on the Commando Series? Here’s our top 10 reasons for you to take on the challenge!
We are celebrating “leap” day with our own proposal; bring a partner along to Commando for FREE if you sign up today (Monday 29th February).
Know that feeling after your first day of camping when all your neatly packed items are now all over the place like some type of kit bomb site!? As the OCR season approaches make sure you get in to good order for all your events from the beginning.
These 5 rules are what contribute to Survival. All sound basic, which they are, but, are what good Survival depend on.
This weekend saw 700 of the toughest men, women and even children (8 years and over) take on the first Commando Series, a 6km/12km 15 obstacle and endurance challenge at Hever Castle in Kent. Tackling exact replicas of the obstacles used by the Royal Marine Commandos at the Training Centre in Devon, participants showed their true grit and determination to make it across the wild terrain course.
Take on the survival training experience alongside the full Commando course
Camping trips don’t get more adventurous than the experience of camping overnight and training, just like a Royal Marine Commando would. This November, Commandos-in-training can get together and experience true survival conditions in the Commando Series at Kent’s Hever Castle on 13th – 14th November.
If you are currently serving in the royal marines, you are eligible for a 50% discounted race.
The Commando Series experience has just gotten tougher. Commandos-in-training now have the option of taking on the course for a second time, tackling a total of 12km and each of the 15 obstacles for a second time. Participants can also experience what real Commando training is like adding the weight of the full Commando kit to carry around the whole course.