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Die seltsame Sehnsucht nach Schlamm und Stacheldrahtvia Die Welt
Hindernisrennen im Matsch sind total angesagt. Ein junger Brite überzieht die Welt mit den Tough-Mudder-Events. Er gilt als "Mark Zuckerberg des Extremsports", was allerdings kein Kompliment ist.
Reportage ab 17. Minutevia ZDF
Ausführliche Reportage über Tough Mudder.
How to Train for a Tough Muddervia AskMen.com
Thinking about trying a Tough Mudder? Start with this workout first.
All the Tough Mudders are very welcome!via Drogheda Independent
Irish Fitness Guru Pat Divilly: ‘At one point I couldn’t afford the bus home for Christmas but now I have more that 5,000 clients’via Irish Independent
Interview Insider: How to Get a Job at Tough Muddervia Cosmopolitan
Working for this growing company that puts on more than 60 events across three continents every year is a bit less intense.
Tough Mudder CEO Will Dean Talks Team Challenges & Life Metaphorsvia Huffington Post
I started looking at some of the other team lifestyle fitness trends, and the one that really caught my attention was Tough Mudder. This event was becoming more than a trend, it was becoming a lifestyle for people.
Billy Moore's challenge for Ben Davis - Tough Muddervia 4bc
Billy Moore, former rugby league great, challenges Ben Davis to join his team to participate in Tough Mudder.
Electrocution, 24-hour races and moonlight runs: the latest sports crazevia Irish Times
Amelia Boone Q&A: For this Tough Mudder, the pain's just part of the funvia Sports Illustrated
If obstacle racing can be said to have a “face,” it would be the smiling, wind-burned, mud-spattered mug of Amelia Boone, a 32-year-old attorney who recently left the giant Chicago law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, to relocate
The mudlark who made punishment payvia The Times
Nathan Bassett, the man behind Tough Mudder's insanely epic obstacles, has the opportunity to design the fiendish challenges that make up the extreme obstacle courses at the heart of a surprise boom industry in punishing adult assault courses.
Tough enough for the ultimate mud race?via Gloucestshire Echo
Tough Mudder, the gruelling 10-12 mile challenge, is coming to Gloucestershire this summer for a second time following the huge success of last year's event.