From Our Editors
Running through a dark tunnel. Crawling under barbed wire. Jumping over leaping flames. What sounds like a stroll through Evel Knievel's kitchen is actually Hell Run Seattle, a real-life battle of brawn and determination. Throughout the 3.15-mile course, athletes encounter 12 obstacles, including mud pits, burning barrel rings, and a 20-foot plank wall. At the end of the grueling race, participants throw back a beer, then unwind by boogieing to live music at the after-party.