Mud Run News

  • Marathons run up dollars for San Diego - U
    U-T San Diego (press release) (registration) (blog)|August 14, 2014

    That's the conclusion of a new study by the National University System Institute for Policy Research, which measured the economic effect of 66 marathons, mud runs, triathlons and open water swims that took place in San Diego County last year. In all more.

  • Fire Challenge
    Valdosta Daily Times|August 14, 2014

    Valdosta firefighter Clifton Wilkerson watches a plastic bottle shrivel and melt from the heat of a burning common household accelerant that was applied to the outside of the bottle. The purpose of the demonstration was to show the effects that more.

  • Does Triathlon need a Life Preserver?
    Rochester Democrat and Chronicle|August 13, 2014

    It's a fun but is also an expensive sport. Wet suit, bike, multiple pairs of shoes .... I think other types of runs/races are replacing Tris a bit. Tough Mudder and Mud Runs are taking participants away. It's also time consuming too, I know have 2 kids more.

  • Pair revel in obstacle course
    Wanganui Chronicle|August 12, 2014

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  • Economic impact of endurance events
    San Diego 6|August 12, 2014

    The report found that more than 134,000 participants registered for 66 endurance events, including marathons, triathlons, swims, cycling events, 5Ks, and mud runs. More than one out of three entrants were visitors from outside San Diego County more.

  • Endurance Races Run Up $64M in Economic Impact: Study
    NBC 7 San Diego|August 12, 2014

    Looking at participant data from 66 marathons, swims, cycling events, 5Ks, mud runs and swims in 2013, the institute found 134,000 people signed up to compete, with 34 percent traveling in from outside the county. The races drew attendees from all 50 more.

  • Study shows economic impact of endurance sports in SD
    San Diego Source (subscription)|August 11, 2014

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  • Mud runners coming to Alta Vista on Saturday
    Topeka Capital Journal|August 11, 2014

    Trophies will be awarded to the top three entries in every division, along with a payback based on the number of competitors in the category. A Mini-Boggers for youths ages 2 to 13 will start at noon. “These mud runs are really family-oriented events more.

  • Mud run rallies youngsters in Wakefield amid summer of fun
    Yorkshire Evening Post|August 9, 2014

    “Mud runs are so popular across the country at the moment but there's nothing for kids to do – they're all for adults. We're hoping we can do it again next year, bigger and better.” Two more mini mudders at Yorkshire Scare Grounds are scheduled for more.

  • NMF celebrates the past while enjoying the present
    Morning Star|August 6, 2014

    File photo by Dinah Gauthier A highlight of the fair's grandstand always includes an array of popular vehicle challenges. This year's festivities will include: horse pulls, lawnmower races, Martin Xtreme Racing Supercross, Mud Runs, TTPA Truck and more.