The World’s Toughest Mudder is an insanely beefed up version of the Tough Mudder–if that’s even possible–that goes on for 24 F*CKING HOURS.
Taking part near Lake Las Vegas, the World’s Toughest Mudder is the only Tough Mudder race that’s actually a competition. The goal is to complete as many laps of the 5-mile race course with 22 grueling challenges as you can… Of 1,200 entrants, there are only six winners of the endurance race–a single man, single woman, and team of four. Here are your winners:
The male winner: Ryan Atkins – 27 Years Old – 95 miles completed –INTERVIEW BELOW
The female winner: Amelia Boone – 31 Years Old – 75 miles completed
The team: Wolf Pack Spartan – 76 miles completed
We sent our own fitness guru and all-around stud Mike Hampson (@HampzoneFitness) to check out the scene in Las Vegas, and we were blown away by how impossible the whole thing looked.
And here’s the interview with Ryan Atkins we promised.