More than 5,000 people worldwide descended on a small corner of farmland today to brave mud, rain, ice and fire on a gruelling assault course dubbed 'the world's hardest endurance test'.
Thousands of competitors, some in superhero fancy dress as Superman and Robocop, flocked to the 'Tough Guy' contest in Perton, Staffordshire, today to push their bodies to the limit in frosty temperatures. [via dailymail]
A competitor runs through the field of fire during today's 'Tough Guy' race
Endurance: A man calls out in pain as he crawls across chunks of ice beneath barbed wire
Flaming hell: Two competitors clears a fire obstacle during the Tough Guy Challenge this afternoon
The eight-mile long assault course features terrifying underwater tunnels, barbed wire fences and fire walks.
It sees competitors stretched to their physical boundaries as they clamber over nets, walls and even an electrified fence dubbed 'The Tiger'.
Brave Britons, Aussies, New Zealanders, Chinese and Japanese all took part in the rainy event - which saw its fair share of broken bones and bruised bodies.
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