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Cameron Optometry team survive gruelling Tough Mudder (just)

Cameron Optometry team survive gruelling Tough Mudder (just)

Posted on 17th July 2015

The team at Cameron Optometry donned their protective specs and braved this year’s brutal Tough Mudder challenge in the Scottish Borders.

Tough mudder

Raising money for the International Glaucoma Association, optometrists Ian Cameron, Gillian Bruce, Claire Keith and their unsuspecting partners, braved the gruelling assault course.

Their eyes were about the only body part that was well looked after during their mudder mayhem. A 12 mile, half-marathon of electrical burns, ice cold lochs, soul-crushing terrain and a whole lot of cold, heavy mud, didn’t deter this determined bunch from making it back in one-piece. With still enough energy to say cheese at the end of it all, they obviously need to find something even tougher for their next team-building adventure…


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