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Centurion Mud Challenge: Missouri

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You will need to arrive at least 45 minutes before your assigned heat time. Expect to crawl, climb, run, jump, balance, pull, push, wade, and drive yourself onward when your mind tells you stop. There will be walls, ropes, heavy things to carry, fear-based obstacles, fun obstacles, and more!

GoPro Add-On

GoPro HDHero2 Cameras are available for rental for this event at a cost of only $30.00. As the most awesome adventure camera on the planet, your HDHero2 will provide you with a 1st person view of your entire run! Upon completion, you?ll turn in your camera for download and transfer to high def. disc for a sweet memento of your adventure. If you would like one of these, you?ll have to register for it in advance. Reserve on this page under Go-Pro.

Entry Fee Includes

?Epic Obstacle Course run of ~3 or ~6 Miles?Swag bag ?Centurion Mud Challenge shirt?Entrance to The Training Ground activities before and after the event ?Drinks and snacks at the finish?Infinite bragging rights and mud

Event Details

This event is going to be insane! Hordes of people will test themselves on one of the most grueling courses the world has ever seen! There will be 15+ tough man-made and natural obstacles for The Siege 5k and 30+ for The Campaign 10k. Those who persevere will be able to forever claim their rightful title as Centurions. This event is going to be BIGGER and BETTER than last year with new and exciting obstacles, more activities in The Field, and, as always, The Coliseum!

Parking Passes

Parking will be onsite at the event venue. There will be a $10 fee per vehicle collected at the entrance for those who do not pre-purchase parking.

Cash only. To purchase parking passes for $10 and have them emailed to you before the event date, register for them here. We recommend this to save time and hassle.

Group discounts: 3-9 Registered together = $5 discount per person. 10+ Registered together = $10 discount per person. Go to top right side of page, green button and register now..... discount will be applied at end of registration form. Please contact Active for help registering. Race is RAIN OR SHINE....no refunds. website: http://www.centurionrun.com

Fees

Group discounts available See below!!


Our mud run events are designed around an intense, 5k or 10k course. Each course incorporates 15+ (for The Siege) or 30+ (for The Campaign) extreme obstacles with the most challenging being the dramatic finale in The Coliseum. These courses are designed to punish and please, while testing agility, endurance, mental resolve, and camaraderie. You?ll not walk away unscathed.

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