build it and they will come.
Step 1. Team Size
Once you’ve recruited one mate, you’ve got a team. And there’s no cap on how many people you can have it your team. But don’t fret if you only have a few or even on your own – you’ll find an army of teammates on course at any TM event. There is no perfect team size. So, consider it a challenge! The bigger, the better! Remember to make sure everyone joins your team on Active to ensure everyone gets the same start time!
Step 2. Team Name
Get creative… Every year we see “Tough Mothers” and “Brothers in Mud” but we know you can do better than that.
3. Recruit your team
Key to making your Tough Mudder experience as memorable as possible is all about the people you choose to help hoist your muddy ass over a 2m high wall.
Grab your mates, colleagues, gym buddies, Mum, Dad, Grandma, sister, cousin-in-law and neighbour. Most importantly you want teammates with the right attitude, we recommend asking everyone on your team to recite the Tough Mudder pledge.
• Tough Mudder is not a race but a challenge
• I put teamwork and camaraderie before my course time
• I do not whine, kids whine
• I help my fellow Mudders complete the course
• I overcome all fears
Struggling to get your mates to commit? Drag your friend’s excuses through the mud. Inspire them to join you with one of these Tough eCards.
4. Get Rewarded for Recruiting
More Mudders = More Fun ….. and more money in your pocket. Get up to 50% rebate on the price of your ticket when you recruit your friends with you unique referral link.
Refer 2 Friends = 10% Rebate.
Refer 4 Friends = 25% Rebate.
Refer 10 Friends = 50% Rebate.
How? It’s easy
Register for your event. Not registered yet? SEE ALL EVENTS
Once registered, navigate to MY ACTIVE Events. Then copy the link labeled “refer your friends”.
Share the link with friends, and earn cash back when they register through your unique referral link. Rebates will be distributed the Friday before the event weekend.
Social Referral rebate only applicable to tickets purchased on toughmudder.com.au and Active.com. and those which use the referral link. Social referral count only applies to the event you purchased, (i.e. you purchased SEQ 2019, your friend registered through your unique referral link to the SEQ 2019 event, you now have 1 referral). Participants registered before 31/1/19 may not be eligible for the Social Referral Program
Step 5. Training
You don’t need to be an elite athlete to earn the orange headband but that doesn’t give you an excuse not to train. We just want to make sure you’re there to help your teammates when they need it most.
Download the official Tough Mudder training programs here, organize a training session with your team, and be sure to mix it up with outdoor sessions, runs, obstacle training plus fun activities like rock climbing, indoor trampolining and surfing.
Step 6. Get kitted out
Legit question: What do I wear to a Tough Mudder?
Let’s start with the shoes. Custom made for Tough Mudder is the The All Out Crush shoe by Merrell, featuring sick grip, quick drainage, and serious protection – plus they clean up easily for your next adventure. Check them out at merrellaustralia.com.au
What about the rest of your gear? Our official Apparel partner On The Go have you covered with their customer team shirts – design your own and have it sent to your door.
Click here to find out more!
Take it from us, you’ll probably want to wear tights or compression bottoms that will help keep you dry, warm, and protect your knees. They’ll also keep mud from getting into places where the sun don’t shine. No one wants that.
On top, kit the team out in matching tops, for maximum team camaraderie, and it’ll also help you identify your teammates when they’re inch deep in mud.
Or if you’re feeling really creative, we love costumes.
Check out these legendary costumes
Everyone deserves to be part of Mudder Nation and everyone needs a little help on course and that’s why we’re creating new Solo Runner TM Teams at every event.
Join our dedicated Solo team, meet likeminded individuals and help each other in the mud – single runners unite here