Completion of Miles of Mud obstacles may be hazardous. It is the responsibility of participants to leave the course if they are unable to complete an obstacle. Course officials are stationed at every obstacle for participant safety.
The following rules and guidelines are intended to help create a fun and safe event for all participants.
It is the responsibility of participants to notify course officials if they feel their safety is in danger or they are injured.
A participant who receives assistance from any spectator or non-competitor on any obstacle shall be ineligible to receive an award.
Participants must abide by all instructions given by the race director, race staff, volunteers and medical personnel.
Participants understand and acknowledge Miles of Mud is an extreme event and accept all risks associated with the event.
Participants must be physically able to complete the course and all obstacles.
Participants must be 14 years-old or older on race day in order to participate.
Participants must wear the provided bib number clearly shown on the front. No participant will be allowed to race without an official bib number.
Several videographers and photographers are stationed along the course. Participants agree to allow the event producer, Boerboel Brew LLC., to use any pictures or video footage of the event for future promotional purposes.
Baby joggers, baby strollers, in-line skates, bicycles, skateboards or any other type of wheeled devices are strictly prohibited on the course.
Urinating or defecating on or anywhere near the course, except in provided facilities, is strictly prohibited.
Registration is closed when the maximum capacity is reached.
Medical personnel may examine any participant who appears to be injured or suffering. The medical personnel may remove any participant from the event if in the opinion of the medical personnel the participant needs to be removed.
Participants assume all responsibility for all medical expenses incurred as a result of training and/or participating in Miles of Mud, including but not limited to hospitalization, ambulance transportation and physician services.
The event producers, Boerboel Brew LLC., reserve the right to cancel or delay the race due to severe weather or in the event of a disaster.
Participants are encouraged to wear running shoes. Participants should dress appropriately.
Packet pick-up will be available on site, beginning one hour prior to the first wave of the day. The packet includes a race bib with safety pins, and a t-shirt and wrist band for one free drink. Packets and materials must be picked up on-site. They will not be shipped to participants.
What you need at Packet Pick-Up:
A photo ID.
A signed, and dated copy of the participant waiver. Go to waiver tab to print and sign your waiver form and bring it with you to save time at registration.
When to Arrive on Race Day:
You should arrive at least one hour before your assigned wave time. Remember that you will have to park, pick up your packet, attach your bib and chip and make your way to the starting line.
******Sorry, no refunds under any circumstances.