Del Mar Mud Run is back for its third year

San Diegans are getting down and dirty where the “surf meets the dirt” on Oct. 6 as VAVi Sport & Social Club charity opportunities and adult sports leagues, presents its 3rd Annual Del Mar Mud Run 5K at the historic Del Mar Race Track and Fairgrounds.  More than 4,500 have already signed up!

The Del Mar Mud Run is 5k race of action-packed fun with more obstacles per mile than any other mud run. This year includes unique over the top obstacles including monkey bars, rope swings, rope bridges and more. It also includes improved versions of old favorites including a large mud slide, mud pits and a new improved shower system which is something mud runners would love to experience.

The obstacle course, on the historic Del Mar Race Track, begins through the Race Track start gates.  The course is a fun challenge for all fitness levels, and most teams and individuals complete the course in 45 minutes to an hour. For more information, visit www.delmarmudrun.com

— Press release

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