By Lucia Osborne-Crowley (August 26, 2021, 5:14 PM BST) -- A London court rejected on Thursday a contestant's attempt to claim damages from the operators of the Bear Grylls Survival Race after she injured herself in the event, saying the organizers had given the racer adequate warnings about the risks.
Judge Clive Freedman ruled at the High Court that Margot Harrison is not entitled to collect damages from the organizers and promoters of the so-called survival race, Intuitive Business Consultants Ltd., Big Bang Promotions International Ltd. and Beyond the Ultimate Ltd. Grylls is a British TV presenter and writer who is known for adventure and survival programs.
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