The 2018 Tough Guy and Gal series, New Zealand’s largest mud run series, kicked off in Wellington on the 26th May. Obstacle Racers NZ brings you the qualifier results as well as a link to where you can find the full event results. Qualifier Results With
Every year around New Zealand the Tough Guy and Gal Challenge events offer official event mugs to participants. The cups have covered a gamut over the years, as every year they’re a different colour. In this article we take a look at the back catalogue
Mud Sweat & Tears Christchurch Added to ORNZ Race Calendar The Harraways Mud Sweat & Tears Challenge – Dunedin takes place 23rd September in Dunedin. This unique event will challenge you in so many ways. Winter doesn’t have to be dull, dark and boring anymore.
Mud and Guts Added to ORNZ Race Calendar The Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge Mud and Guts takes place 3rd June in Napier. The Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge Mud and Guts is the ultimate obstacle course with over 50 grueling, unpredictable, purpose-built obstacles spanning 9 kilometers. View
BEAST Series Added to ORNZ Race Calendar Fullers Greatsights Bay of Islands BEAST series takes place 6-7th July at Haruru. The Fullers Greatsights Bay of Islands BEAST is a super tough 7km course course over rolling countryside; navigating swamps, river crossings, a little bit of mud,
The Mud Run Added to ORNZ Race Calendar The UC Education Mud Run takes place 17th June at the Motukarara Racecourse, Christchurch. The UC Education Mud Run provides mid-winter relief – pure muddy, messy fun – for Canterbury secondary school students. You’ll be inspired by the
The Runway Challenge Added to ORNZ Race Calendar The Hobsonville Point Runway Challenge takes place 20th May at Hobsonville Point, Auckland. This event is a fun run or walk with a difference that takes in the interesting and historic surrounds of the old Hobsonville Airbase. This is
The Rotorua Lakes Council has voted to no longer back Mudtopia. The council’s Operations and Monitoring Committee unanimously voted to no longer own the Mudtopia festival. Held in December last year, Mudtopia was New Zealand’s inaugural mud festival – a three-day festival of mud-based events and
The Whitestone Wipeout at Oamaru Racecourse, described as loosely based on the Mud, Sweat and Tears event in Dunedin, was created by St Joseph’s School home and school committee chairwoman Rebecca Heffernan and committee member Rebecca Meek as a way to raise funds for the school.
About 1800 people took part in the Muddy Good Run at the Canterbury Agricultural Park on Sunday. Organiser John Moore said more than 1000 children aged 4 to 13 competed in the fun run, setting an attendance record for the event. “They love it, it’s