Friday, 22 July 2016

Breca Buttermere swimrun

At the beginning of July, along with teammate Calum Hudson, I took part in Breca Buttermere, one of the most gruelling swimruns in the calendar. It comprises of around 40km of fell running and 6km of swimming across the western fells and lakes of the English Lake District. It was a long, but brilliant, day and a report can be read on the Guardian running blog.



Despite everyone telling me to travel as lightly as possible, I carried a camera round the course - if only to capture the bizarre sight of people running across mountains wearing only a wetsuit and swimming hat. 


Climbing Low Bank after swimming across Crummock Water. Picture: Richard Nelsson



Calum Hudson. Picture: Richard Nelsson






Climbing Low Bank. Picture: Richard Nelsson

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