Mud run for women comes to Boise
Dirty Girl Mud Run, a women-only national mud run series, is coming to Boise on May 4.
An untimed obstacle course that welcomes women of all ages and athletic abilities, Dirty Girl Mud Run challenges women to break from their routine for a day, get out of their comfort zones, get dirty, and accomplish something new – all while having a blast.
Every one of the obstacles—from the “Utopian Tubes” tunnel crawl to the “PMS (Pretty Muddy Stuff)” mud pit—is optional, so participants can skip anything they find difficult.
Forming teams is encouraged, and so are crazy team uniforms. A Dirty Girl Mud Run will also come with music, food and drinks.
Dirty Girl events attract thousands of women in each city they stop in, and they expect to reach half a million participants by the end of 2013.
Women ages 14 and up are encouraged to participate. Cancer survivors run for free.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Dirty Girl’s official partner. In 2012, Dirty Girl exceeded its minimum goal of $250,000 to the NBCF in monetary and in-kind support. Its goal in 2013 is to deliver over $500,000 in support. Cancer survivors run for free at any event.
The run is set to kick off Saturday, May 4, with the first wave of runners at 8am and the last wave of runners at 4pm. The event will be held at Optimist Park, N.W. Marathon Way, Mountain Home, ID 83647.
Any questions? Contact Stephanie Gomory at (646) 495-4002 or email@example.com.
For more information on the race, course, packet pick up, registration, what to wear and things to bring visit http://www.godirtygirl.com/about/.
You can also visit Dirty Girl’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/godirtygirl.
(logo courtesy: Dirty Girl Mud Run)