With names like Electroshock Therapy, Everest, Fire Walker and Trench Warfare, it’s not exactly a secret that Tough Mudder obstacles are designed to rough you up. How could a race billed as “probably the toughest event on the planet” not be challenging?
But after a 28-year-old participant died during an April 2013 Tough Mudder, witnesses and critics questioned the organization’s commitment to safety.
Now, a new study aims to point out just how many injuries are occurring at these races—and how unique the injuries are.
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