Support and Salvage Vehicle (SSV):The SSV is the most advanced vehicle available, featuring such luxuries as suspension, windshields and actual gears for the driver to shift between at will! These large vehicles are almost as tall as the average Ork Trukk, and are almost always longer, often by as much as double the length. Designed for long range salvage patrols they carry surprising amounts of food and water and mount a heavy bolter, a Lascannon and not one but three multilasers, the most feared anti infantry and light vehicle weapon on GORKAMORKA! However, being that they are several tonnes of steering resistant reinforced metal these vehicles are hard to control at speed, something made no easier by the extra weaponry and equipment bolted onto these repurposed behemoths. The SSV also comes equipped with a Servo Mounted Electromagnet, a massive magnet mounted on essentially an equally massive robotic arm.
There’s no shortage of athletes who have fallen from grace. Lance Armstrong now finds his name on a list that includes people like Marion Jones and Mark McGwire.Sure, I bought into the whole Lance Armstrong phenomenon. I bought tons of those yellow Livestrong bracelets and have rocked one to almost every race I’ve ever run (and on those days when I was simply having a bad day).I participated in special Nike sponsored runs where tons of pavement pounders clad in yellow took to the streets of NYC with Lance at the helm.
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I did all the (assisted) pull ups you could think of, slowly but surely upped all the weights I was lifting and jumped at the opportunity to try as manyrope climbs as possible! It was actually quite exciting seeing my self named tickle/snowman twig arms grow and even show a little bit of muscle! But I knew that I was still definitely going to be relying on guys to throw me over the walls during the race!So race day! Now the weather forecast was horrendous! Black cloud and TWO rain drops on the BBC app! However, when we turned up at the station I am pleased to say the sun was shining and well, the surroundings were pretty beautiful! Don get me wrong it was still COLD but at least the sun was out!Pretty picturesque! And that is the spear throw you can see at the bottom!Race number, aka our headband (which I love and will keep forever as proof!), collected my team of four guysand one other girl headed to the start line.The first wave of nerves came before the race had even started! To get to the start line you had to climb over a 6ft wall! I felt a little sick after this, this wasn even part of the race! After a pep talk from a man in a spartan suit, with one seriously impressive 6 pack, we were off into the woods to battle!The scenery was absolutely beautiful but the track itself, to a road runner, was SCARY! It was just so muddy and I don mean a little muddy field I mean lose your shoe muddy! If you didn have trail shoes this race was going to be horrendous! In fact ten minutes in we sadly passed a spartan on the ground with his ankle strapped! This muddy track led us onto the first obstacle, down a seriously steep, muddy hill. I chose like many others to slide down on my bum trying not to pick up too much pace so not to fall in the water at the bottom! Then of course you had to cross the water and climb back up another muddy hill easy! This was to be the first of many downhill, uphill, muddy, climbs!The track then looped round back towards the starting area, where were all the spectators were, and towards an climbing frame which I really enjoyed, it was like being a kid again! Quick tip here climb up normally, but when you climb over go down on your back like a crab, it makes it quicker to get off at the bottom and get running again.From here it was back into the woods and it was the start of the water and I don mean puddles! The first water crossing was up to your knees, cold but bareable. But for the (I think) 6/7 water crossings we did they varied from knee height to a shortswim, barely being able to touch the floor! This is where the first of the thank yous start.