Dave shares how the Tough Mudder community helped him get through his battle with cancer and back on the course.
Meet Flynn Stewart. Inspired by his dad, Flynn got involved OCR and they started racing together. Now Flynn hopes to qualify for worlds while his dad struggles to keep up!
Tina is a badass stay-at-home mom who homeschools her children, but manages to carve out time to train and race. Since 2015 she has been setting her own personal bar of achievement higher and higher, and it shows.
Meet Drew Sherman. She started her Spartan racing career at 7 years old and doesn't let her small stature doesn't impact her spirit, determination and training efforts.
At 4 years old, Braxton To completed in his first OCR race and fell in love with the sport. Using his mother as his inspiration, Braxton is taking on more challenges and has completed his first 7.5km snowshoe run.
Meet Rachel and Samuel Koehler. a brother-sister racing duo who currently reside in Georgia. Nothing stops these two from hitting their goals, incuding a rare condition called Achromatopsia, which has left Samuel visually impaired.
Many of us know her as the woman who finished 2nd place in Worlds Toughest Mudder in 2018 (a shocking victory even to Erin), however, there is more to her story. She is a flight commander in the Airforce and has been on the Price is Right. Erin has proven that making choices and sacrifices towards your goals, in the end, is totally worth it.
Meet Nicole Fleming, a 45-year-old OCR Bad Ass who loves the camaraderie and the feeling of community in OCR. Nicole has fought her way back from a battle with Lupus and a broken heel to continue trail racing and OCR. Her story is inspiring, and I hope somewhere, she can inspire others to not give up and keep fighting.
Renee Larson's journey into the world of OCR is an interesting one. A couple of years back she found her fitness groove in Zumba, then realized she wanted more