The first season of the Mudstacle League has launched
Today we are very excited to report that the Mudstacle League is officially on its way. It’s something that we’ve hinted at a fair amount over the last couple of months and we can now officially confirm that the UK will have its own competitive league for mud runners and obstacle course racers.
The first winter/spring league will run between January and May 2014 and will incorporate 11 of the UK’s best races including Hell Runner, Avalanche Run, Brutal 10, Nuts Challenge, RockSolidRace, Back 2 the Trenches, Mighty Deerstalker, X-runner, Dirty Dozen, Endurer and Rat Race Dirty Weekend.
I’m sure one of your first worries is that you won’t be able to make all of those events. Well, stop there, you don’t have to. Only your top three scores will count towards your league total, so you can still compete against the most prolific obstacle race attendees. Of course, the more events you attend though, the more chance you have of getting the best possible top three scores.
Obviously we can expect our elite “Contenders” to be up towards the top of the table but it will also be great for the less serious casual runners to see how they compare with the rest of the nation. I know I’ll be setting my own personal goals around it, even though I know I’m not going to win any silverware.
You can find out more about the league and how you score points in our new league section here. That’s also where you’ll find the results table from January onwards. To enter the league simply become a Mudstacle Member and you will be able to enter your membership number when you register for any of the point scoring events.
If you have any questions or suggestions please join our forum discussion, it will really help us to build up a list of FAQs.
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