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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.

Think finishing World's Toughest Mudder as a team is glory in itself? Indeed it is, but this year we've partnered with Cellucor to kick things up a notch - okay - 100,000 notches. If you and your team of 4+ complete 100 miles or more at WTM 2015, we're giving you $100,000.

Read on about Jason Rulo's journey through WTM 2014 and hear about the trials and tribulations of what is undoubtedly THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST COURSE.

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In honor of 2 Million Mudders crossing our finish line, throughout the month of August, we'll be highlighting the personal fundraising efforts of inspiring Mudders. To learn more about running and raising for charity, visit our official 2 Million Mudders page.

Any day now, 27-year-old Mary Ann Emerick from City Island, New York knows she could start showing the symptoms of Huntington’s disease, the disease that took her mother, grandfather and aunt.

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In honor of 2 Million Mudders crossing our finish line, throughout the month of August, we'll be highlighting the personal fundraising efforts of inspiring Mudders. To learn more about running and raising for charity, visit our official 2 Million Mudders page.

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By nature, Coach T. Mud is just a good ol' country mountain boy. But staying in the mountains wouldn't be so great for his newfound comfort zone-crushing philosophy would it?

In episode six of Coachified, Coach T. Mud takes a Mudder-sized bite out of the Big Apple in an effort to find what lies outside his comfort zone.

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In honor of 2 Million Mudders crossing our finish line, throughout the month of August, we'll be highlighting the personal fundraising efforts of inspiring Mudders. To learn more about running and raising for charity, visit our official 2 Million Mudders page.

Many people assume disabilities are easy to spot. Rhonda-Marie Avery is proof that they’re not.

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