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The amphibious Prime Minister

The amphibious Prime Minister

He might not be too fond of jungle adventure breaks, but if the action is a bit closer to home David Cameron is happy to get stuck into a bit of outdoor activity.

The PM donned his lycra to take part in the Great Brook Run today, which takes place “half on land, half in water” (so not too different from a normal run at the moment then).

Sadly for Cam, despite it apparently being an annual ritual for him to appear, he was playing second fiddle to Olympic bronze medallist Beth Storry on the Run’s website.