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How Reebok got its groove back by targeting a different kind of sports fanvia The 42
Overcoming Obstacles at World's Toughest Muddervia Las Vegas Review-Journal
Competitors fly through the air in the obstacle course portion of the World's Toughest Mudder competition at Lake Las Vegas on Saturday.
How to build a $100 million company out of mudvia CNN Money
Running through mud for more than 10 miles, plunging into icy water, climbing over 10-foot high walls, jumping through burning hoops.
Tough Mudder Half: Shorter course leaves fire and electricity behind but keeps the fun - and the mudvia International Business Times
Cementing itself as an international cult event, Tough Mudder divides people into those who have completed it and those who have thought about it.
Tough Mudder Half Event Series Now Means You Have No Excuse Not To Do Onevia Huffington Post UK
Ask someone why they've never embarked on a Tough Mudder race before and their excuse will probably be something along the lines of "they're too... well, tough".
Merrell gets down and dirty with Tough Mudder sponsorshipvia New York Business Journal
Merrell announced today that it is going to sponsor 60-plus obstacle events produced by Tough Mudder as part of a multiyear deal that will start next year and bring the outdoor gear brand’s trail running shoes to a new, challenge-embracing audienc
Tough Mudder to Unveil Slightly Less Tough Alternativevia TIME Magazine
Now you can sign up for a shorter, 5-mile version of the endurance race. Tough Mudder races are notorious for their intensity, but the company is now unrolling an option for participants who want something a little less extreme.
Clearing the Next Obstaclevia SportsBusiness Journal
Tough Mudder has never been particularly concerned with elite athletes, and doesn’t even time the races.
Tough Mudder donates $50K to Friends of Liberty State Parkvia NJ.com
Tough Mudder, the company behind the grueling obstacle course known by the same name, donated $50,000 to Friends of Liberty State Park today to benefit the park's activities and restorations.
How putting my body through HELL helped me fall more in love with itvia Cosmopolitan UK
This weekend I took part in Tough Mudder: a 12 mile obstacle course where participants are covered in mud, plunged in to ice water, climbing over sheer walls, crawling through dark tunnels, dropped from a 10ft height into three metres of muddy wat
Everyone knows it can be tough at the top, but this tough?via The Times of London
Should tough guys — or even Tough Mudders — blub? And if so, should they share it with the world? It turns out that the answer is “yes”.