Around 6,000 people took part in the world's largest obstacle course near Stamford this weekend.
The grounds of the Burghley House country estate were transformed into the course.
The 'Dirty Weekend' challenge was 20 miles long and had over 200 obstacles.
The world’s longest set of monkey bars and the world’s longest “cat crawl" were among the challenges on offer.
A nine-year-old boy in critical condition in hospital after falling from a moving coach in Norfolk may have been injured after a door opened suddenly, police have said.
The boy, who was returning to his home in Lincolnshire after playing in a tournament in Norfolk for Stamford Rugby Club, was hurt after the incident on the A47 near King's Lynn.
Norfolk Police confirmed the boy's father was travelling on board the 71-seater double-decker coach while his mother travelled in a car as part of the convoy.
The coach is being held in a secure compound where it is being examined by police and officials from the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency.
Inspector Chris Brooks said: "This is a very difficult time for the boy's family and we have specially trained officers supporting them.
"As a result of initial inquiries we know just prior to the incident that people were queuing for the toilet.
"Somehow, the door has opened and the boy has fallen from the moving coach.
"We will also be speaking to other people who were on board at the time of the incident and it would be inappropriate to speculate on possible causes at this stage."
The boy has been transferred from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
Anyone who witnessed the incident should contact the serious collision investigation team at Norfolk Police on 101.
Visually-impaired skier Jade Etherington, from Bourne near Peterborough, and her guide Caroline Powell, from Basildon, became the most successful British women in Winter Paralympic history when they won four medals at Sochi this month.
After being welcomed home by the Prime Minister at a reception at Downing Street today, they spoke to Jonathan and Becky about their achievements.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of assisting a suicide after a teenager's body was discovered at a house.
Lincolnshire Police said officers were called to the property in Leicester Street, Sleaford, at around 10.40am yesterday after reports that the body of an 18-year-old woman had been found.
Officers attended the scene and a 21-year-old local woman was arrested a short time later on suspicion of assisting suicide.
A police spokesman said she was released on police bail until February 17 pending further inquiries.
Two 11 year old girls, who were pedestrians, have suffered serious head injuries after they were struck by vehicle on the A15.
The crash happened at around 4pm at Thurlby in Lincolnshire.
Police have said the road will be closed for a significant period of time and are asking motorists to avoid the area.
Any witnesses are asked to call Lincolnshire Police on 101.
Investigations continue following the discovery of a body in Market Deeping yesterday. Police were called to a field near Northfield Road at about 10.40am. The death is currently being treated as unexplained.
Planning consent has been granted by the Secretary of State, Edward Davey for what will be the world's largest offshore wind farm off the Lincolnshire and Norfolk coast.
The £3.6 billion investment will create around 1,130 jobs and provide power to 820,000 homes.
Secretary of State for Energy Edward Davey said;
“The investments by Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Limited and Vattenfall are testament to the power of inward investment in the UK.
“Only last week the Prime Minister opened the London Array, the largest operating wind farm in the world, and today we gave planning permission to build a bigger offshore wind farm and also welcome the go-ahead of the biggest onshore wind farm in England and Wales.
"Offshore and onshore wind is an important contributor to our energy mix."
A man has appeared in court charged with criminal damage and intent to endanger life, following a small explosion at a Conservative party office in South Lincolnshire.
Paul Leversedge, who's 24 and from Marquess court in Bourne, was remanded in custody to appear at Lincoln Crown Court on June 26.
A 24-year-old man will appear in court today charged with criminal damage with intent to endanger life following an explosion at a Conservative Party Office.
Paul Leversedge from Marquess Court in Bourne, South Lincolnshire will appear before magistrates in Grantham.
The explosion on Monday 10th June caused only minor damage to the Conservative Party Office of Grantham and Stamford MP Nick Boles.
No one was hurt and the incident is not thought to be linked to any wider issues or recent events elsewhere.
A police cordone has been set up around the scene of an explosion at the MP for Grantham and Stamford, Nick Boles's, constituency office in Bourne. A man has been arrested in connection with the incident.