Tough Tiger returns to Barrington

Hundreds complete local adventure race

Posted 5/27/22

After a two-year hiatus, the Hampden Meadows School Tough Tiger returned with a new course, new obstacles, but the same fun atmosphere.

Hundreds of competitors — young and old — …

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Tough Tiger returns to Barrington

Hundreds complete local adventure race

Posted

After a two-year hiatus, the Hampden Meadows School Tough Tiger returned with a new course, new obstacles, but the same fun atmosphere.

Hundreds of competitors — young and old — participated in the local adventure race, which raises money for the Hampden Meadows School PTO. 

The course featured a fun finish, first over some mud and then through the “carwash,” complete with bubbles and water showering down on competitors.

The event also had food trucks and raffles.

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