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1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653

Whoo's Gettin' Dirty? Mud Run

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Whoo's Gettin' Dirty? Mud Run

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When & Where

ASUMH Campus
1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Saturday, October 26, 2019
1st Wave at 8:00 a.m.

What & Why?

ASUMH and Pirate Perry Events are excited to produce the area's newest adventure, Whoo's Gettin' Dirty? Mud Run & Obstacle Course. Proceeds from Whoo’s Gettin’ Dirty? will go to the ASUMH Foundation and will be used for the scholarship fund, student emergency fund, intramural sports expenses, and other financial needs ASUMH students might encounter.

What To Expect

Athletes can participate as individuals or teams, we also have a kids wave for children 5 years and over to participant with a guardian. We will have finisher medals, race t-shirts, overall awards for competitive categories, and some other prizes along the way!

Course Description

A 5K and 10K obstacle course through the campus. We may mess it up for the weekend, but there's nothing we can't fix.

Packet Pickup / Registration

Friday, October 25
The Sheid, ASUMH Campus
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Race Day Packet Pickup
Saturday, October 26
Begins at 7:00 a.m.

FAQ & "All The Questions"

Visit the FAQ SECTION to learn all the ins and outs of this event.



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