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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.
Now that the UK season is over for another year (sob) there really is only one thing for a Mudder to do, and that’s celebrate.
Not sure how to acknowledge such an awesome accomplishment? Our official wine partner Black Tower Wines have compiled a list of the 5 best ways to celebrate being a successful Mudder.
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It’s more than likely that your family and friends helped you train or came to spectate, and they definitely had to listen to you waffle on endlessly about that crazy obstacle course mud thing.
This blogpost was written in celebration of upcoming release of It Takes A Tribe: Building The Tough Mudder Movement written by Tough Mudder CEO and Founder Will Dean.
Mark Holloway MBE may well be our most highly decorated Mudder and in 2016 Mark completed an impressive 85 miles, finishing in 12th plave overall at World's Toughest Mudder.
This blog post was written with the help of Deanna Blegg and in of celebration of the upcoming release of It Takes A Tribe: Building The Tough Mudder Movement by Tough Mudder CEO and Founder Will Dean.
Back in May a diverse group of Legionnaires, experienced OCR athletes and novices took part in the first ever Europe's Toughest Mudder - a 5-mile obstacle riddled-course where participants run as many laps as they can for 8-hours starting at midnight. Yeah, you heard that correctly. 8-hours. Overnight.
Over the last five years Mudders across the UK have raised more than £2.5 million for Help for Heroes. This is an astounding amount of money that gone on to improve the lives of injured and sick Servicewomen and men. Some of the money collected has gone towards supporting the Help for Heroes Sports Recovery Programme which offers grassroot sports to aide recovery.
Team Mission Mudder is in the final stage of its challenge as the athletes prepare for the big one - the first ever Europe's Toughest Mudder. An eight hour, overnight obstacle course, this is like nothing these athletes have ever attempted before, and with money for their chosen charities at stake they're going to have to dig deep to complete it.
Now in its fith year, Help for Heroes’ partnership with Tough Mudder has raised more than £2.5 million. Thanks to the efforts of Mudders across the country, money raised has gone towards Help for Heroes’ Sports Recovery programme, ensuring wounded, inured and sick Servicemen and women can discover the power of grassroots sport in their recovery.