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.
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.
Daniel Hiscoke is a 3x Mudder with deep love for mud and a knack for designing obstacles. As the winner of the Extreme Obstacle Design Challenge, he may have just created the next great obstacle for 2017. We caught up with Dan to find out exactly how he dreamt up Ladders of Success, and what he's looking forward to most on his upcoming trip to The Big Apple (NYC, that is).
We’ve scoured through hundreds of submissions to the Extreme Obstacle Design Challenge looking for the most epic, sadistic, creative (and buildable) idea on the planet. Check out the top 3 designs from around the globe and make sure to tune in on Friday to find out who will be taking home the grand prize trip to TMHQ to bring their idea to life with the insane obstacle experts on the Tough Mudder product team.
International Mud Day celebrates we’re all about - MUD. And no one knows how to embrace a good run in it better than Fruit Shoot Mini Mudders.
These natural born adventurers are found around the globe and come out to participate in the muddiest 1-mile run, completing epic obstacles that encourage teamwork and camaraderie. In honor of Mini Mudders worldwide who love dirt, conquering fears, and facing challenges as much as we do, we’re dedicating International Mud Day to them.