The world’s biggest 5km race is on its way to the north-east this year.
The event will give people across the region a chance to roll back the years to the days of Total Wipeout, Fun House and It’s a Knockout as they clamber over and through giant inflatables.
Up to 5,000 people will take part in the Gung Ho! Seriously Fun 5k when it comes to Castle Fraser near Kemnay on May 18.
The event will come back for a second time after last year’s success, and includes new and improved obstacles.
The inflatable course will be filled with enough air to inflate 80 million footballs.
Former CBeebies presenter Alex Winters came up with the idea of an inflatable run for all the family while watching an episode of Ninja Warrior back in 2014.
Gung-Ho! was born, and since 2015 has seen more than 200,000 people taking part.
Tens of thousands more people are expected to take part in 2019, with Gung-Ho! embarking on a 15-event tour of the country.
“It’s a day out for all the family,” he said.
“So many events are just for the super-fit or experienced runners, whereas Gung-Ho! has something for everybody.”
For tickets and more information, visit www.begung-ho.co.uk.