The popular McVitie’s Jaffa Cakes Mud Madness event took place at Foymore Lodge, Portadown - drawing huge crowds to help raise more than £11,000 for charity partner Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Professional athletes, casual joggers and those looking for a bit of a laugh took part in the muddy off-road challenge which saw competitors battle their way across four and half miles of bogs.
Those taking part came from across Northern Ireland and beyond - with some entrants hailing from as far afield as the US and Germany.
Organiser Johnny Davis said this year’s event has been the most popular to date.
"We are delighted to see the popularity for this event increase each year, and this year exceeded our expectations with both races selling out ahead of the day," he said.
"Marie Curie Cancer Care is our charity sponsor and we are delighted to help raise lots of money for the charity which will go a long way to helping them provide care for cancer patients in Northern Ireland."
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