Every year around New Zealand at Tough Guy and Gal Challenge events official event mugs are handed out to participants. Every year they’re a different colour.
The Tough Guy and Gal series, comprised of the main Loaded Tough Guy and Gal Challenge events, spans six cities across New Zealand’s North Island. The series also encompasses the ITM Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge events – open to primary and intermediate aged kids – the Secondary Schools Tough Guy and Gal Challenge events – allowing students to take on other students from around the country in NZQA approved events – and the Moa New Zealand Tough Guy and Gal Championship.
Now adorning living room mantle pieces, and stocking op shop shelves, throughout the country, the cups have covered a gamut of colours over the years.
Obstacle Racers NZ takes a look at the back catalogue of Tough Guy and Gal cups.
Tough Guy and Gal Cup Museum
2015: Orange – this year saw Loaded come onboard as the naming rights sponsor
2014: Green – this year saw Hydr8 Zero as the naming rights sponsor
Obstacle Racers NZ is grateful for the community’s support with the offering of objects and information to support the museum’s vision and mission preserving New Zealand mud running history for future generations so that future generations don’t forget the toil and hardships those tough guys and gals went through in completing the obstacle courses–
Basically, if you have an old Tough Guy and Gal cup lying around, send us a photo so we can add it to this post! We’d love to see your collections.