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.
November 11, 2016
We're unleashing the most daunting, heart-pounding, fear-inducing creations ever. Catch a sneak peek:
Deanna Blegg is no stranger to the World’s Toughest Mudder. At the second WTM in 2012, Deanna placed second female (third overall). The following year, at WTM 2013, she placed first, boasting 85 miles, or 17 laps of the 5-mile loop course. Then again in 2015 she was on the podium with another third place win to her name. Those who have met Deanna recognize her for her bright smile, determination, and kindness, and while many are aware of her accomplishments on course, few know her story off the course and out of the mud.
World’s Toughest Mudder presented by Cellucor is Definitely The Most Extreme 24-Hour Obstacle Course Challenge On The Planet. Considered to be the most epic event of the year, it’s where Tough Mudder and OCR communities culminate to test their physical strength and mental grit. As a bonus, they’re also the the first to conquer brand new 2017 obstacle innovations.
1. "I’ll go through Eletroshock first."
Sometimes, people just don't want to go first. So once you tell your friends you're going to lead the way, they'll be way more likely to follow you through.
Rumor has it that combining your desire to travel the planet with a challenging 16- 20 km obstacle course is the best way get the best of both words in one shot.
Blind Sunshine Coast runner Robin Braidwood continually sets himself challenges. Having already completed one Tough Mudder this year he is set to tackle a second – Tough Mudder Sydney
Mr Braidwood lost his sight around 10 years ago from a degenerative condition retinitis pigmentosa. Earlier this year he finished the Sunshine Coast course alongside coach Norbert Petras, who led Robin across the 18km mud filled course.