NEWS

  • 40 Under 40 2015: Brand Champions

    Young PR pros, who get results, never settle for second best, and represent the future of communications

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  • The Mudder of all Obstacle Courses is Back

    Tough Mudder has been hard at work on a labor of love to make this year’s event which will be held Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18 at Plantation Field in Coatesville even more challenging than loyal Mudders have come to expect. They have re-defined old obstacles and given birth to new ones like the Birth Canal where you must crawl under a deceptively heavy, water-filled liner which is pushing down on you as you head toward daylight.

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  • Tips for Preparing for a Tough Mudder Obstacle Event from Trainer Kyle Railton

    Even the strongest athletes struggle through a Tough Mudder course, which might require competitors to crawl through mud and under barbed wire (an obstacle known as “Kiss of Mud”) or climb up a 25-foot scaffold, latch onto a fireman’s pole or slide through a giant ring of fire and into a tank of water.

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Help for Heroes

Tough Mudder is a proud partner of Help for Heroes. Mudders have raised over £1,000,000 for Help for Heroes, whose mission is to deliver an enduring national network of support for wounded servicemen and women and their families.

Charity Family

We have some awesome members in our Charity Family who do amazing work for those in need. Learn More to find out how you can join their teams to take on Tough Mudder and raise much needed cash for a great cause.

FEATURED OBSTACLE

King of the Swingers

Leap. Swing. Ring. That's the name of the game on this high-flying new obstacle requiring you to jump toward a hanging swing and hold on long enough to reach for a dangling bell.

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