' Dirty Girl Mud Run' supports National Breast Cancer Foundation | Health
Are you ready to get dirty? Then get ready for the Dirty Girl Mud Run coming to the Mid-South on Saturday, March 16.
The Dirty Girl Mud Run is a 5K mud run for women of all ages and athletic abilities. The run is filled with an untimed obstacle course. A portion of proceeds raised for the run will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
The contest is the original women-only national mud run and will be held at Shelby Farms.
Event organizers’ say the challenges will give women a chance to break from their routine for a day, get out of their comfort zones, get dirty, and accomplish something all while having fun.
You don’t have to participate in all the obstacles. Organizers encourage forming teams with crazy uniforms.
The Dirty Girl Mud Run will also include music, food and drinks.
Women ages 14 and older are encouraged to participate in the one. And if you are a cancer survivor you can run for free.
The first wave of runners will start at 8 a.m. But if you aren’t an early bird, you can participate with the last wave of runners at 4 p.m.
For more information on how you can get dirty for a good cause, call Stephanie Gomory at (646) 495-4002. You can also visit their website at www.godirtygirl.com.