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Throughout the many years of muddering we have witnessed some pretty epic stuff onsite. Each year you guys never seem to disappoint us with your hard work, strength and determination. Sharing your incredible efforts and inspiring others is the reason why we do what we do.
As we approach our new season of 2023 with our first event at Finsbury Park just round the corner, we want to hear from YOU exactly why you are going to run a Tough Mudder this year. Fulfilling a fitness goal? Raising ££££s in memory of a loved one? or even just a heroic new challenge that you and your friends are taking part in.
We would LOVE to hear from you.
Meet Codilla Gapare
On August 11, 2014, Codilla was diagnosed with breast cancer. And while cancer treatment curbed her ability to attend law school, it didn’t prevent her from accomplishing big entrepreneurial goals. One of the goals she tackled was running a Tough Mudder (just 5 months after the conclusion of her treatment). Impressive right? Want to know more?
Meet Rob Camm
Rob, age 21, is the first tetraplegic to complete a Tough Mudder. Paralyzed from the neck down, this former rugby player and Legionnaire was injured in 2013 just 1 week before he was set to start college. But in August of 2016 at Tough Mudder South West, alongside his friends and family in a wheelchair he controls with his chin, Rob completed Tough Mudder, a goal he set for himself even before the accident. Click this link to learn more about his incredible journey.
Meet Connie Belt
After being paralyzed from a gunshot wound at the age of three, Connie Belt has not let her injury hold her back. She completed a 15K course and crawled herself across the finish line at Tough Mudder Chicago along with help from her Oscar Mike team. Find out why she mudders.
Meet Leon Hardwick
Last year at our 2022 Yorkshire event Legionnaire Leon Hardwick crossed the finish line for the 100th time. Pretty impressive right? After running 100+ Tough Mudder events Leon was crowned with a brand new gold metal headband and has joined the elite 100 timers club. But what drives Leon to run as much as he does? Find out now.
Meet Jamie Gane
Jamie started doing Tough Mudder’s when he was in a wheelchair. After Jamie got his leg amputated he then started walking the courses to then running the courses. One after another he hit the 100 bench march and joined the 100 timers legionnaire club. Find out what motivated Jamie to run 100 Tough Mudders.
Are you running a Tough Mudder this year? We all do amazing things every day to inspire those around us and we want to share these stories with our community.