$60

If it Aint Sold Out until 6/5/2014

Utah Spring

Saturday, June 7th 2014

Soldier Hollow

2002 Olympic Way
Midway, Utah


Wave TimeAvailability
8:00 AMSoldout
8:20 AMAvailable
8:40 AMSoldout
9:00 AMSoldout
9:20 AMSoldout
9:40 AMSoldout
10:00 AMSoldout
10:20 AMSoldout
10:40 AMSoldout
11:00 AMSoldout
11:20 AMSoldout
11:40 AM Soldout
12:00 PMSoldout
12:20 PMAvailable
12:40 PMSoldout
1:00 PMSoldout
1:20 PM Available
1:40 PM Available
2:00 PMAvailable
2:20 PMAvailable
This Event has Ended

about the dirty dash


Whether you’re Catholic, Protestant, Mormon, or Buddhist, at the end of The Dirty Dash you’ll all have to confess to God that you’re a filthy mess in need of forgiveness.

Your whole lives you’ve been told what you can’t do: Don’t run with scissors, don’t sneeze or your heart will stop, don’t “mess with sasquatch,” don’t sell WMDs to the Ayatollahs.   Well it’s time to throw away your tissues, dump your Adderall down the toilet and break all the rules.   

You’re not a bunch of sheep.  While the rest of the herd is headed to the salted baths of the Four Seasons, you’re headed face-first down a slippery pile of neoprene on the world’s longest slip-and-slide.   Are the other sheep doing the next 1/2 marathon?  Who cares?  You won’t be able to hear their anguished braying of pain from 13.1 miles of hell.  Why?  Because your ears will be clogged with 2 inches of Rocky Mountain mud.  Instead of cramps, heat exhaustion, and shin splints, you’ll wind up with nothing but a big smile on your sloppy face.

So dress-up like a fool, act like a buffoon, finance revolutions, and run like no one’s life depends on it…but please don’t sell WMDs to the Ayatollahs.  They probably got that one right.

By the end of this race you’ll be seeing the world through muddy eyes, and believe us, it’s brown, and it’s beautiful.

 

packet pick-up info


Scheels
11282 S State St
Sandy, UT 84070

Friday June 6th
11 AM - 7 PM

Anyone (runner or not) can pick up your race packet for you as long as you have signed the waiver. If you still need to sign, you can sign electronically by logging in HERE. You can also select “Waiver” at the bottom of this page, select your race, print a waiver, sign it, and bring it to packet pick up.

RACE INFO DOCS

 

PARKING

Parking will be $5 per vehicle. All proceeds will benefit the Soldier Hollow Nordic Skiing Team. Please carpool!

 

 

PHOTOS

 

Photos will be available a few days
after the race at Flo-foto.

 

PREFERRED ACCOMMODATIONS


       

 

SHOE DONATION

 

After the race, the Eco STARS Project will be there to collect your old and muddy shoes. If you'd like to donate, please look for their pod and place your shoes inside.

DEADLINES

Description Fee Deadline
Get it Cheap Registration$35.001/10/2014
Early Bird Registration$45.002/14/2014
Regular Registration$50.003/14/2014
Late Registration$55.004/11/2014
If it Aint Sold Out$60.006/5/2014

WAVES

Start Time Availability
8:00 AMSoldout
8:20 AMAvailable
8:40 AMSoldout
9:00 AMSoldout
9:20 AMSoldout
9:40 AMSoldout
10:00 AMSoldout
10:20 AMSoldout
10:40 AMSoldout
11:00 AMSoldout
11:20 AMSoldout
11:40 AM Soldout
12:00 PMSoldout
12:20 PMAvailable
12:40 PMSoldout
1:00 PMSoldout
1:20 PM Available
1:40 PM Available
2:00 PMAvailable
2:20 PMAvailable

Volunteer


Please go here and register as a volunteer for free!



Typically we have volunteer shifts on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday of race week. Volunteers need to be 16 and older please.

Charity Partner


The mission of Youth Making a Difference is to provide leadership training and practical experiences that make a difference in the world, transforming the lives of the participants and those they serve.

The results of the YMAD Leadership Training are based on 7 values of leadership. During the year the teens learn about leadership and how to make a difference in the world from educators, mentors and guest speakers. They apply leadership skills in practical ways, such as working with children in local schools to improve their ability to speak English, or humanitarian expeditions in a developing country to work with children in rural schools to get needed medical care and learn English. The planning, fund raising and execution of these projects gives the teens hands-on experience in taking responsibility, working as a team, serving others, developing a vision, tackling tough assignments, doing research, inspiring each other, and sticking to their commitments. After the yearlong training, the teens look for ways to use these new skills to make a difference for the rest of their lives.