We’re incredibly excited to have Timothy Taylor’s’ back on board as one of our title sponsors for the 2019 Great Northern Mud Run. 25,000 Warriors and their supporters are expected onsite over the Summer Solstice weekend.
We’re happy to announce Active Root as the official hydration partner for 2019. They will be providing their natural ginger sports drink to keep you fuelled and hydrated throughout your Total Warrior challenge. Active Root
We are delighted to announce Radio Aire as the official media partner for 2019. Radio Aire will be onsite all weekend blasting out some of the best tunes. Radio Aire’s Caroline and Ant in the
There’s lots of fake news out there these days and it’s hard to tell fact from fiction. With this in mind, we thought we’d debunk some myths which surround our events. 1. It’s just a glorified fun run.
It’s with great pleasure we announce … that you have officially been April Fooled. But hang on, while we’ve got your attention, here’s some important news we’re not joking about. **Saturday Wave Times** We are now
We’re delighted to announce Brain Tumour Research and Support (BTRS) as an official partner charity for the 2019 Great Northern Mud Run. BTRS is Yorkshire’s leading brain tumour charity dedicated to raising funds for life-changing research
After securing qualifier status in 2018, Total Warrior is once again an official qualifier for the 2019 OCR World Championships, taking place in the UK in October 2019. The OCR World Championships are the only
Total Warrior are pleased to announce Veterans at Ease (VAE) as a 2019 Partner Charity. VAE help veterans, reservists, serving military personnel and their families deal with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and other combat stress-related issues.
This International Woman’s Day we are celebrating the incredible women who have taken part and continue to take part in our events. It’s great to see the grit and determination which characterised Britain’s suffrage and
Mental health isn’t the easiest subject to talk about, especially when it involves young men. Statistics have it, one in seven young men aged between sixteen and twenty-four will have experienced depression and anxiety. Only