Mud Run News

  • Marine Mud Run's a messy challenge
    Knoxville News Sentinel|September 13, 2014

    A participant slides head first into the mud pit during the annual Marine Mud Run at Melton Hill Park Saturday, Sept. 12, 2014 in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Wade Payne, Special to the News Sentinel). Wade Payne. Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc more.

  • Q takes conferencing to new extremes
    ITCM|September 10, 2014

    Extreme adventure activities such as rock climbing, mud runs and obstacle courses have been gaining popularity over the past couple of years, as people strive to challenge themselves and break free from their increasingly routinised lifestyles. Not more.

  • Ludo Twilight run/walk a new take on family fun - Marshfield News
    Marshfield News-Herald|September 7, 2014

    “We've done some different runs — mud runs and color runs — so a glow run sounded fun,” said Peggy Machtan of Marshfield, who participated in the event with her friend Julie Rollins, also of Marshfield, and their daughters. “Runs are something fun we more.

  • Locals take on nightmare obstacle course
    Zanesville Times Recorder|September 6, 2014

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  • Reinventing the step workout
    Ozaukee Press|September 3, 2014

    A lot of people climb stairs for exercise, but not like Sheila Rotta. This firefighter tackles Port's most challenging steps wearing 75 pounds of gear to train for 9/11 charity event. It's not enough for Sheila Rotta to walk up and down the 115 steps more.

  • Training for a military-style run
    Newsday|September 2, 2014

    ... a Minnesota-based not-for-profit organization that tracks trends in the sport, participation in so-called "Non Traditional Running Events" -- a classification that includes military-style endurance competitions like CMC as well as the popular Mud more.

  • 'Nightmare' mud run strikes different type of fear
    Zanesville Times Recorder|September 1, 2014

    Lisa has incorporated her favorite parts of the mud runs she's competed in, and she said the Nashport course is sure to offer some new and exciting obstacles, even to seasoned mud runners. “We designed this course to be a lot of fun,” Lisa said. “There more.

  • Down and dirty
    Pierce County Tribune|August 30, 2014

    For drivers wanting to participate in today's mud runs, there is a $25 entry fee. Pre-registration is not required. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners, based on how many drivers compete. Drivers participating in the race, who need to have their more.

  • 25th annual Isom Days Festival brings professional rodeo to the mountains
    WKYT|August 30, 2014

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  • Triathlon fever is catching in north central Wisconsin
    Wausau Daily Herald|August 29, 2014

    “I think you're seeing it more and more with the rise in interest in the mud runs and other similar events,” Fischer said. “Triathlons are part of that.” Fischer said part of the reason she devotes 13 to 16 hours to training per week is that the harder more.