IT was called the Pretty Muddy – and it certainly lived up to its name.
Hundreds of women braved torrential rain, thunder and lightning to tackle a challenging five-kilometre assault course.
They were all crawling under and climbing over obstacles to raise money to help the fight against cancer.
Among those taking part were a team of scientists based at the Southampton Cancer Research UK Centre.
The charity spent nearly £5 million last year in Southampton on the latest research to improve treatments.
Winchester’s usual Race for Life – 10 and five-kilometre runs – takes place tomorrow at the same venue from 11am.