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Tough Mudder course sends athletes on ultimate fitness challenge in Oshkosh

8:08 PM, Sep. 7, 2013
Competitors swing on monkey bars while crossing a muddy moat on Saturday during a Tough Mudder event on the EAA AirVenture grounds in Oshkosh.
Competitors swing on monkey bars while crossing a muddy moat on Saturday during a Tough Mudder event on the EAA AirVenture grounds in Oshkosh.
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The warm weather season in Wisconsin is prime time for the area's running events and races, but some athletes have held out for an event that offers an even bigger challenge.

The event is known as Tough Mudder, and it is often described as the toughest event on the planet. The ultimate fitness challenge, sponsored for the first time by the U.S. Army, brought willing participants to Oshkosh to push themselves on opening day Saturday.

With obstacles that drag participants through the mud, force them over vertical walls and even inflict electric shocks while they crawl through a pool of muddy ...

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