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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.

Toughest Mudders,

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Was your New Year's resolution to get out of your comfort zone? Check out the top 5 reasons how getting on course with Mudder Nation as a Tough Volunteer will help you work toward your 2017 goals

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Put the YOU in Volunteers

The 2017 season kicks off next month when we head to New Orleans & Los Angeles and we want YOU. With Tough Mudder taking over the globe there are plenty of opportunities to find the perfect volunteer role.

What do you get? Along with the awesome feeling of  volunteering, you’ll also receive a discount to run a Tough Mudder or Tough Mudder Half of up to 90% off. So you have no reason not make your trip into a whole weekend of muddy fun.

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You've been patiently waiting for Coachified Season 3 and is finally here.  Feast your eyes on the premiere episode. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more amazing content.

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Today, we’re very excited to announce Tough Mudder X - a first-of-its-kind elite fitness competition - that TMHQ will be producing in partnership with CBS Sports in 2017.

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Toughest Mudder is looking for the toughest volunteers out there for the 2017 season. Think you have what it takes?
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Miranda Richardson is well known on the UK Tough Mudder circuit. In 2016 she went international and headed out to World’s Toughest and also the first Middle East event in Dubai. We chatted to her about combat trousers, Arctic Enema and all things volunteering…

 
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Mudders,

Don’t forget, Monday, November 16, 2015 is National Mudder Day. What’s that? Only the best day of the year in Mudder Nation. Whether you’ve just completed your first Tough Mudder, or are on your way home from World’s Toughest, it’s a day to recognize all the muddy accomplishments you made in 2015 and instead of cake, we’re celebrating with free Chipotle burritos. Wear your headband to any Chipotle in North America on Monday 11/16  and fill your belly to the brim with burrito goodness. Here’s how...

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You’re probably wondering... “Who is Half-ass Henry?”  While he may be a man of few words, he has wisdom beyond his years. We caught up with the legend himself to learn more about who the beard growing, sunglass sporting, newest member of Mudder nation is.

What are you striving toward?

Greatness. Isn’t everyone? If you’re not, you should be.

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Weren't out at Lake Las Vegas, NV for #WTM2014? Here are four ways to get the recap: (1) grab a beer and watch all the 40+ real-time videos we made at www.toughmudder.com/wtm-live or on youtube at: http://bit.ly/1BFMXZY (2) check out the Facebook albums on our FB page, (3) follow us on Instagram at tough_mudder and all the photos w/hashtags #WTM2014, (4) read back through our @toughmudder twitter feed. Then start training for #WTM2015.

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World's Toughest Mudder 2014 is officially in the books. Universally regarded as the toughest World's Toughest Mudder, it was also the most complex, challenging, fun, and full of community spirit of any WTM to date. Held on a beautiful but mercilessly hilly course overlooking Lake Las Vegas, and just beside the splendor of the Westin and Hilton Hotels, one of the most unique global events went down in true Mudder fashion. Hot during the day, cold and windy at night, and full of new and different obstacles, participants were challenged like never before.

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Hardy competitors continue to press on despite the cold wind, trying to hit mileage goals and go home with a coveted 25, 50, or 75 mile WTM bib. Overall #1 Ryan Atkins crossed the finish line approximately 15 mins ago, having completed 95 miles with an insurmountable 9 mile lead on second place Jarrod Pace (86 miles) of Sydney, Australia. Ryan will stop and repeat as the World's Toughest Mudder. The battle in the overall is now between Jarrod and Trevor Cichosz of Woodland, Washington, USA (85 miles) for second.

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Participants survived a very windy and extremely cold desert night. As the sun comes up, staying warm is a #1 priority for all. Atkins leads overall with 89 miles, pushing himself towards the 100 mile mark. Boone is now in 5th with 70 miles to her name.

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