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karen z.
Report | 4 months ago
Needed to have food available for longer distance people. Also needed more than just water for long distance run. Get a sponsor to donate electrolyte drink mix or some sort of snack bar or gu. It is lucky no one had medical difficulties out there.
Tamera E.
Report | a year ago
I think it was good for the first year. It definitely bottle necked at some obstacles.

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What happens when the imaginations of military personnel, hunters, climbers, and construction workers put their minds together? The result might be a really dirty joke—or, in this case, an even dirtier race. Designed and built by a diverse cadre of burly professionals, the Insanity Mud Run forces participants to climb, crawl, jump, and run across 5- and 10-mile courses in Colorado’s rugged terrain. Despite their differences in length, both courses feature 20 obstacles, and, of course, lots of mud. After the last racer has crossed the finish line, the Insanity Mud Run transforms into a family-friendly party where of-age participants and soon-to-be overwhelmed washing machines can reward themselves with an ice-cold beer.

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