The year that obstacles got fiercer, the course get tougher (and sometimes a little bit longer), and over 100,000 Mudders came to battle the mud. Our 2023 End of Season review is here.
What a year that it’s been. So many muddy memories and sensational stories shared with the community.
What?! How many?
Here’s the numbers you want to know. We’ve had a whopping 101,276 Mudders run, walk, stumble, and crawl around our course this year.
With those Mudders stomping around the course, they’ve covered 1,062,972 kilometres through 2023. That’s enough to travel to the moon, back, and almost back to the moon again. Or, that same distance could travel around Earth’s equator 26 times. Well played Mudders.
Lots of Mudders and lots of KM’s covered, even more obstacles faced on the course. A grand total of 2,188,297 have been overcome, climbed, slid through and conquered.
Did You Know…?
Little fun fact for you, Mudderhorn takes 3 days to build.
Shout out to all the Bob the Builders on the TM team.
We’re Not Sorry
Shoes, socks, GoPros, and even ripped shorts. Mudders have lost lots in the mud this year.
This part of the 2023 End of Season review is dedicated to those lost or ruined items.
Lost but never forgotten. It was part of the Mudder journey and story. Raise a pint and toast to those items the mud claimed in 2023.
That’s A Wrap
We can’t believe it either, that’s the end of another gloriously muddy year.
Although the year is not done, we’re still working on some exciting updates this year. Stay tuned to our Instagram for the latest news happening this year or for 2024.
Start Your 2024 Now
Fight that FOMO or FOMTM (Fear Of Missing The Mud) feeling by booking your 2024 ticket now.
We’ll be bringing more exciting updates to the course next year, plus we’ll have two new events for the calendar. Birmingham and South East – tickets are available right now.