WATERVILLE, MAINE, January 2022 — Registration is now open for Thomas College’s annual Dirty Dog Mud Run, open to the public. This year’s run will take place on campus in Waterville on Saturday, April 16.
The Thomas College Dirty Dog Mud Run is a 5K, 15-obstacle course that loops through the woods and campus. Obstacles include mud, tire flips, wall climbing, cargo net climbing, and more mud.
The 5K run is open to all community members, and a mini obstacle course called the Pup Run is open to children up to age 10. Participants can create a team or are welcome to make this an individual challenge.
“I am so excited to create a new muddy course on campus and welcome back our racers who have become almost family in many ways, having shared 5-plus years of racing and growing on our campus,” says race coordinator Jim Delorie. “Everyone from kids to adults are invited to laugh and play in the mud and we love providing them that opportunity. After a two-year absence we cannot wait to see everyone back at it this April!”
Tickets are $30 for adults until 2/15 ($45 after 2/15) and $5 for kids. Register here.
The Thomas College Dirty Dog Mud Run is proudly sponsored by Central Maine Motors, and the Pup Run is proudly sponsored by New Balance.
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