On November 11, 2017, 1,655 Tough Mudders gathered for the 7th annual World’s Toughest Mudder outside of Las Vegas, NV. Designed to give the world's most hardcore OCR athletes the opportunity to display their competitive spirit in a non-stop 24 hour battle of grit and willpower, World's Toughest Mudder is the most iconic endurance event in the world. It’s the toughest 24-hour obstacle race on the planet, it’s The Super Bowl of Endurance Sports, it’s the ultimate showdown of mental toughness.
And this year’s race proved no less gritty, gutsy, or challenging. With 21 obstacles and plenty of elevation gain on every 5-mile loop, the Last Dance in the Desert was a memorable one. From Ryan Atkins hitting a WTM distance record, to newcomer to the OCR world unexpectedly taking the female win, to a wedding and an engagement, oh, and not to mention Roxie the Dog tackling the mud, WTM 2017 was one for the books and for the screens.
Good news, if you missed the Live Facebook Coverage, you can relive the magic, madness, and mudness from World’s Toughest Mudder 2017 with the World’s Toughest Mudder Special on CBS on December 23rd (and then again at midnight going into December 27th after a night-time Mudder Marathon).
Mark your calendars to tune into CBS Sports’ coverage of World’s Toughest Mudder 2017 airing on 12/23 at 12:00pmEST only on CBS. It’ll be an epic 1-hour show down that’ll have you asking, are they even human? There’s never a bad time to relive the magic. And if you're a Mudder-on-the-go, good news: in addition to availability on CBS TV, the show will also be streaming on CBS All Access. Oh, and because the WTM athletes are the first to test potential new 2018 obstacles innovations, you’ll get a sneak peek at some of the obstacle you might see on course.
Ready for World’s Toughest Mudder 2018? Claim your spot on the course by clicking HERE and start training. Oh, and if you have Q's about preparing for worlds, turn into Road To Worlds, a 1-hour special about prepping for WTM 2017 featuring Stef Bishop, Superman, Lindsay Webster, Ryan Atkins, and Mark James.