Like the love interest in a movie about a nerdy scientist with a heart of gold, zombies disregard appearances and care only for brains. Find inner strength with this Groupon.
- $34 for one runner entry to the Ultimate Combatant Zombie Rush (an $89 value)
The event will be held on Saturday, October 19, at Amelia Earhart Park in Hialeah. The first wave of runners takes off at 8 a.m., with additional waves following every 30 minutes until 2 p.m. Runners scramble through the course with three flags on their belt, evading zombies who try to snag the flags in order to "infect" them. Entry includes a Zombie Rush T-shirt, finisher's medal, race bib, flag belt with three flags, all-day access to the compound party, and one free beer, soda, or water.
Zombie Rush Mud/Obstacle Run
What would you do to survive if the dead began to walk—or worse, to sprint? Brave individuals can find out at Zombie Rush obstacle course. The apocalypse conveniently starts the moment runners set foot on the event grounds and receive the keys to their survival: three flags that the nearby zombies want even more than they want brains or a decent moisturizer. Participants must protect those flags while traversing five kilometers of muddy obstacles, ever wary of the shambling threats that lurk in the shadows. Alternately, they can sign up to be the shambling threats themselves, and have their zombie makeup applied by professional artists. No matter which faction they choose, everyone makes up afterward at the Compound, where beer is served, music is played, and performers re-enact thrilling perimeter breaches.
The frighteningly fun run is one of the many events put on by Ultimate Combatant, an organization specializing in challenging mud races. With a founder and staff made up of firefighters, fitness experts, and members of the armed forces, the company's races aim to test participants' physical and mental prowess.
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Amelia Earhart Park
401 E 65th St.
Hialeah, Florida 33014Get Directions