Tough Guy 2017: Last Time of the Legendary OCR Race


Tough Guy inspired racers to travel from all over the world to compete in the “final edition”. Here’s a recap from one of those travelers.

The medal is a great reward a well. It is simply beautiful, showing Mr. Mouse as a real Mouse with a kilt and a legend that honors its 30th anniversary. It’s one of the hardest medals earned in my four years of OCR. One of the final highlights, as we all know it, is sharing this experience with the new friends made over the weekend where all share the same passion for this sport. It’s still crazy to believe that so many people from so many places in the world came to honor and worship the birthplace of OCR in a little place in mid-England.

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Original AuthorChristian Scherf
Original SourceMud Run Guide
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