Del Mar Mud Run

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The “surf met the dirt” on Oct. 6 at the third annual Del Mar Mud Run 5K held at the Del Mar Race Track and Fairgrounds.

The Del Mar Mud Run is a 5K race of action-packed fun with more obstacles per mile than any other mud run. This year included unique over-the-top obstacles, such as monkey bars, rope swings, rope bridges and more. The event was presented by VAVi Sport & Social Club.

For more information, visit www.delmarmudrun.com.  Photos/McKenzie Images

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