VIDEO: ‘Tough Mudder’ Accepting Registrations For Palm Bay Event

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Event set for Nov. 7-8, 2015

ABOVE VIDEO: The event will take place on November 7-8, 2015, and will offer a 10+ mile course featuring entirely new and updated obstacles. (Youtube Video)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Approximately eight thousand participants will descend upon The Compound in Palm Bay the weekend of November 7 – 8, 2015 to participate in Tough Mudder, an obstacle course challenge that is the ultimate test of strength, grit, stamina and teamwork.

The event will take place on November 7th and 8th, 2015, and will offer a 10+ mile course featuring entirely new and updated obstacles.

“We are thrilled to be coming to Palm Bay for this year’s Tough Mudder Central Florida event,” said Kate Fitzpatrick, Senior Director of Community Development & Venues at Tough Mudder.

Kate Fitzpatrick
Kate Fitzpatrick

“We look forward to working with the city of Palm Bay to provide a life-changing event for local and visiting participants, as well as to provide a positive economic impact on the region as Mudders travel from across the state and country for the last event weekend of our 2015 Tough Mudder season in North America.”

Brand-new obstacles hitting the course in Palm Bay this year will include “Dead Ringer,” a traverse across a series of inclined pegs using handheld rings; and “Cry Baby,” a tunnel crawl through a tear-gaslike substance.

Classic obstacles including a slicked quarter-pipe “Everest” have been redesigned, with “2.0” versions offering new twists on the classic challenges, pushing participants to work as a team.

Nolan Kombol
Nolan Kombol

“The obstacle innovations we’ve made for 2015 will encourage participants to work together more than ever before, while still providing the personal challenge people have come to expect from Tough Mudder,” said Nolan Kombol, Head of Innovation at Tough Mudder.

“We’re thrilled to provide a fresh experience for returning Mudders and 20 new reasons for first-timers to finally take the plunge.”

Tough Mudder events have wide appeal—participants (known as “Mudders”) range from veterans to business executives to pageant queens to 81-year-old grandfathers. More than 90% of Mudders sign up as part of a team.

And for many Mudders, Tough Mudder is more than just a weekend event—it’s a lifestyle.

More than 5,000 Mudders have even had the Tough Mudder logo permanently tattooed on their bodies.

Tough Mudder is the largest supporter of Wounded Warrior Project and its mission to assist severely injured veterans.

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To date, Tough Mudder participants have raised more than $6.5 million for Wounded Warrior Project.

To register for Tough Mudder CLICK HERE

Spectator tickets are also available.

For those interested in finding other ways to get involved—and getting a discount on future registration—Tough Mudder is currently on the lookout for volunteers to be a part of the action.

For more information, visit