I have been fortunate enough to be selected as a Tough Mudder Ambassador since 2018 and happy to report I will be a Tough Mudder ambassador again through the 2020 season.

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With the 2020 Tough Mudder season starting in April, I have been given a discount code to offer £10 off tickets for all races in the UK, Germany & North America. These include the “Classic” (8-10 mile) and 5km courses, Tougher (this is the competative upgrade which includes exclusive finishers’ medal) and 5km & 10km Urban series (based in City Centre parks, with no mud, water or electric obstacles)

Use the code BRAND20UK9790 at checkout to qualify for £10 off. This discount is for 2020 races only and for those that have never done a Tough Mudder before.

And if you want to take your Tough Mudder experience to the next level, you can take on Toughest Mudder (12 hour) or World’s Toughest Mudder (24 hour) and get a discount from me.

Use the code BRAND20UKRS2281 at checkout to qualify for £20 off. To qualify you should not have done a Toughest Mudder or World’s Toughest Mudder before (but you may have done a Tough Mudder already!)

I will be at most of the UK Tough Mudders this year – have a look at my race calendar to see if there is an event near you. As a Tough Mudder Ambassador, I am more than happy to run with you (and your group) if you want help and support around the course. If you have any questions about Tough Mudder, please feel free to drop me a line – wil (at) wilchung.co.uk

What is a Tough Mudder?

Tough Mudder is an international Obstacle Course Run from America, but there are several runs in the UK, Ireland and Germany as well as other parts of the world. It is well known for it’s “BIG” obstacles such as Everest, Mud Mile, Arctic Enema and the dreaded ElectroShockTherapy.

Want to know more about the different types of Tough Mudder? Read my post – Tough Mudder races explained.