Being a Mudder℠ is all about taking on the obstacles in your life and the enormous sense of accomplishment that you feel when you overcome them.
Meet Jeremy Richman, who lost his daughter, Avielle Rose on December 14, 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT.
This blogpost was written in celebration of upcoming release of It Takes A Tribe: Building The Tough Mudder Movement written by Tough Mudder CEO and Founder Will Dean.
Mark Holloway MBE may well be our most highly decorated Mudder and in 2016 Mark completed an impressive 85 miles, finishing in 12th plave overall at World's Toughest Mudder.
Dubbed “The Florida Sisters”, Michelle and Suzanne travelled from the Sunshine state to volunteer for multiple day and nighttime shifts for WTM 2016.
While many are aware of Deanna’s accomplishments on course, few know her story out of the mud.
Back in May 2017 a diverse group of Legionnaires, experienced OCR athletes and novices took part in the first ever Europe's Toughest Mudder - a 5-mile obstacle riddled-course where participants run as many laps as they can for 8-hours starting at midnight. Yeah, you heard that correctly. 8-hours. Overnight.
Chelsea Campbell shares why she completed Tough Mudder Andover 2015 and how Tough Mudder events remind her to be strong.
Mark was very seriously injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) in Afghanistan. Now he completes World’s Toughest Mudders.
This blogpost was written by Randy Pierce, a blind Tough Mudder Legionnaire, in celebration of upcoming release of It Takes A Tribe: Building The Tough Mudder Movement written by Tough Mudder CEO and Founder Will Dean.
Nothing beats the feeling you get crossing the finish line with your team.
Meet Scott Santarella, Ceo of the Global Lyme Alliance, an organization fighting for those living with Lyme Disease, and Captain of the GLA Tough Mudder Team. With humble determination to raise funds and support Lyme disease patients, he and his team crushed Tough Mudder Long Island. Read on to find out what he learned.