Mud Run News

  • Tough Mudder team carries along wheelchair-bound vet through course
    Greeley Tribune|March 15, 2013

    They were guys approaching an age when mid-life crises were common, even expected. Maybe the Tough Mudder would be a good way to have one. The event was one of the first of a deluge of sloppy mud runs, and it was also probably the hardest. Most of ...read more.

  • Ski season coming to a close
    Mansfield News Journal|March 14, 2013

    Mud runs will kick off May 18 and continue the third Saturday of each month through September. The Warrior Dash will take place June 1 at Clear Fork Resort. It's billed as the world's largest obstacle race series. Donaldson said she expects the event ...read more.

  • Boot camp organizer profiles Rob Leishman, Anita Kellman and Lorey Pro
    Arizona Daily Star|March 14, 2013

    She develops personal training and group fitness programs, specialty classes and off-site, fitness-related events. A tri-athlete, she recently introduced a Warrior Training class that specializes in preparing for obstacles courses and mud runs. "When ...read more.

  • Dirty Girl
    El Paso Inc.|March 13, 2013

    The mud runs are not only a chance to raise awareness for charitable causes, but allow participants to feel a personal sense of triumph. “It's a sense of accomplishment,” Wylie says. “Most of us are in better shape now than when we were in our 20s ...read more.

  • Popular mud runs coming to Boyd County
    The Independent|March 12, 2013

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  • 'We're going to get people dirty'
    Greenville News|March 11, 2013

    The April 20 event capitalizes on the growing popularity of mud runs across the state and celebrates 50 years of service for Greenville Hospital System's Hillcrest Memorial Hospital. "It's fun to get dirty," Baker said. "And that's what we're going to ...read more.

  • Obstacle course craze has Floridians getting dirty
    Enquirerherald|March 10, 2013

    "There are a lot of copycats that have showed up," said Joe DeSena, who in 2004 co-founded the Death Race, a Vermont event catering to elite competitors at a time when mud runs were mostly unheard of outside of Southern California and England. In 2010 ...read more.

  • Fitness journey
    Reading Eagle|March 10, 2013

    It includes mud runs, trail racing, physical challenges and mental challenges. What has been the hardest thing for them to do so far? "The hardest thing for me is to overcome my attachment to food. I love food and cooking. So for me, food is not just ...read more.

  • Obstacle course craze has Floridians getting dirty
    Fort Mills Times|March 10, 2013

    "There are a lot of copycats that have showed up," said Joe DeSena, who in 2004 co-founded the Death Race, a Vermont event catering to elite competitors at a time when mud runs were mostly unheard of outside of Southern California and England. In 2010 ...read more.

  • Candy's Place director moves to a new job
    Go Lackawanna|March 9, 2013

    Farber will become sole owner of her new company, ENX2, which will stage fitness challenges known as mud runs. She will donate spectator fees — $5 per head — from her first event on June 1 at the Northeast Fairgrounds in Pittston Township to Candy's ...read more.

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