Mr Camm, alongside a team of family and friends, braved torrential rain as he tackled the Tough Mudder in Cirencester Park, Gloucestershire.
He is now living with his family in Breadstone, Gloucestershire, and has just passed his first year of studying politics and philosophy at the University of Bristol with a 2.1.'Once he saw I was in a wheelchair, he immediately wouldn't look me in the eye for the rest of the night and we basically spent the whole date ignoring the elephant in the room,' she said.'It was the most uncomfortable date I've ever been on and felt really forced.' Finally, at the end of the evening, she addressed the situation, leading the guy to admit that he 'didn't know how to talk to someone in a wheelchair' — despite the fact that they'd been getting on so well in their conversations on Tinder for two weeks.'Sometimes they would literally say something like, "Well, can you still have sex?A student has become the first tetraplegic in the world to take part in a Tough Mudder challenge - completing the 12-mile course on a wheelchair he controls with his chin.Rob Camm, 21, was left paralysed from the neck down and reliant on a ventilator following a car crash in September 2013, a week before he was due to start university.That meant that her first Tinder date ended up being with a guy who didn't know about her disability.