Tough Mudder South West Classic (Sunday)
Step Outside Your Comfort Zone. When's the last time you did something for the first time? If you can't remember then take this as your calling. An 8-10 mile course full of World-class challenges and awesome people awaits you, as back to Badminton we go for our Tough Mudder Classic South West. Test your toughness like never before, with a range of difficulty options at select obstacles. Can you make it all the way?
Tough Mudder is going back to its roots, bringing you innovative new obstacles, as well as updated classics - 25 in all. Add to that the camaraderie and teamwork that makes every event special, and sweet, sweet mud, and you've got an incredible weekend.
Then grab a drink at the bar, kick back with music, entertainment, test yourself with epic Tough Mudder fitness challenges, and refuel with street food and treats. (Start times tbc)
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Performance Finisher T-Shirt
Orange Finisher Headband
Ice Cold Beer
Badminton Estate, Badminton, South Gloucestershire GL9 1AA
By car: The Badminton Estate is situated about 15 miles from Bristol and Bath and can be accessed from the M4 and the M5. Use postcode GL9 1AA for your Satnav.
By train: The nearest station is at Chippenham, with has frequent eastbound services to London Paddington; and westbound services to Bristol, Bath, Devon, Taunton, and South Wales.
Parking will be available. Charges will apply.
Please arrive 1 hour before your start time to ensure you can park, check in, drop your bag, and get to the Warm Up Zone 20 minutes before your start time.
Tough Mudder Classic waves will run from 8:45am to 2:30pm on Sunday.
Tough Mudder 5k participants must be at least 13yrs; Tough Mudder Classic participants must be at least 14yrs; Mini Mudder participants must be aged 5-12yrs.
Any participant under the age of 18 taking part in the Tough Mudder 5K or Tough Mudder Classic events will need to be accompanied on course by a chaperone.
What to bring:
- A Positive Attitude
- ID + your ticket (printed or screenshot)
- Change of Clothing + Shoes
- Sun cream
- Plastic Bag (for wet, muddy gear)
- Cash for snacks and extra drinks
What to wear:
- A good pair of running shoes (that you're not too attached to) with good cushioning, traction, and drainage.
- Form-fitting, light weight, breathable gear (always check the weather and adjust accordingly).
- Awesome fancy dress (if that's your thing)/
Bag drop: If you don’t plan on travelling home muddy, you’ll probably want to bring a change of clothes. Stop by the bag drop tent to store your belongings while you’re on course. £3 cash or contactless, part proceeds go to our charity partner Help for Heroes.
The course is designed to be difficult and the terrain is at times muddy, slippery and can be potentially dangerous. You will be wet after the first couple of miles. You must be able to swim 50m if you attempt the Walk the Plank obstacle. If you do not feel comfortable about completing an obstacle, do not attempt it - move on to the next.
Running alone? We’ve got your back. In 2020 all events will have designated solo runner waves so you can meet other lone wolves, form a muddy pack and get goal-crushing.
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