Are you ready to experience one of the most physically demanding 24 hour races in the world? Following two of the world’s top elite obstacle racing competitors as they battle it out for first place and a chance at race history. Becoming the first female to break the 100 mile mark at the Worlds Toughest Mudder. An event that has athletes running a 5 mile lap, with 20 obstacles, for 24 hours (plus 1 bonus hour for 25) to see how far they can get. And in the Worlds Toughest Mudder documentary from Obstacle Racing media, we get a first hand look at what running this event is really like. While watching two of the best battle it out.
The World’s Toughest Mudder Documentary – The Hardest 100 Mile Race
I’ve actually run this race, it was my first 24 hour event in 2018. Considered to be the toughest course (due to weather) in World’s Toughest Mudder history. I have true respect for how hard this event can be. And was excited to check out the 49 minute documentary put out by Obstacle Racing Media. Following two of the sports top women athletes, 2021 defending champion Katie Knight and one of the greats Kris Rugloski a,s they push each other to their limits. With the goal of not only winning, but becoming the first woman to break 100 miles in this brutal event.
The movie itself does a great job of showing off the community and spirit involved with the event. Not only are these top two racers very likable, they show us that it takes a team and the help of others on the course to keep them pushing to the end. With many of the obstacles requiring team works. It’s inspiring to see how two athletes competing for first, participate and help others as they push their bodies and minds to the limit.
There are also some great shots of some of the obstacles at the race. And for anyone looking to take on this event, you should definitely watch the World’s Toughest Mudder Documentary – The Hardest 100 Mile Race. It will give you a real understanding of what you are in for. And how life changing a challenge like this can be.
So who wins and do they reach that elusive 100 mile mark? I’ll let you watch and find out for yourself. It’s well worth it!