Have you ever said to yourself, “Marathons are too easy, and Triathlons are for sissies?”
We haven’t either…those races are really hard. Think about it…the first person to run a marathon actually died. HE DIED!...and he probably didn’t even have fun along the way!
Well, welcome to a new kind of race: THE DIRTY DASH. This race that puts all other races to shame. The Dirty Dash is a mud run obstacle course where a military boot camp meets your inner five-year-old’s fantasy and subsequently converts boy to man and then man to swine.
You’ll need endurance to trudge up mountains of sludge, courage to overcome uncompromising obstacles, a complete lack of shame to wallow in pits of mud and a smile to show through at the end!
So let this mud run obstacle course become your new guilty pleasure. Go solo or with some of your dirtiest, filthiest, & uncouth friends. Either way, you’ll be able to look at yourself in the mirror and say, “I am a Dirty Dasher!”… and then proceed to clean yourself off.
Packet Pick-up details will be available 2 weeks prior to the race date. It is important to pick up your packets (race bib, t-shirt, bandana, decal, and tattoo) prior to race morning because lines can get a little out of control and you don't want to miss your wave time do you? Do you?
Race Day Info Packets will be posted 2 weeks before the race with tons of info on parking, what to wear, and how to clean mud out of your most sensitive areas.
Photos will be available a few days
after the race at Flo-foto.
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.
|Get It Cheap Registration||$35.00||6/20/2014|
|Early Bird Registration||$45.00||7/18/2014|
|If it Aint Sold Out||$60.00||9/26/2014|
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