We had the great opportunity to sit down with World's Toughest Mudder competitor, paramedic and now active sheriff, Amin Menhadji. Amin is possibly the only person with an ostomy to compete in the World's Toughest Mudder, which covered over 55 miles of obstacle courses in a 24 hour period. He was diagnosed with Crohn's/Colitis in his early teens, and after many medications and treatments his disease became colon cancer. Following his surgery, Amin was determined to get his life back on track and is now a proud law enforcement officer watching over our streets. He is also a proud new father who loves to spend time with his daughter and family. If you've ever considered obstacle course racing or law enforcement but feel your situation is holding you back, I highly recommend listening to Amin. It can be done.
February 10, 2020