Dirty Girl Mud Run, the original and largest women-only national mud run series, is coming to Charleston, South Carolina on Saturday, September 14 and Roanoke, Virginia on Saturday, September 28.
Dirty Girl Mud Run challenges women of all ages and athletic abilities to get out of their comfort zones, get dirty, and accomplish something brand new. We invite women and their loved ones to break from their routines for a day and support each other as they run, jump, slip, and slide through Dirty Girl’s 10-12 obstacles, all of which are optional and can be skipped at any point.
Each Dirty Girl event attracts thousands of participants, and over 350,000 women are expected to take part in events nationwide in 2013. Participants can expect excitement, laughter and camaraderie—as well as lots of music, refreshments, and a complimentary drink. Dirty Girl believes in providing women with a challenging and empowering environment to achieve new levels in life confidence while having fun and bonding with loved ones. From start to finish, the Dirty Girl Mud Run will be an unforgettable event and an incredible team-building experience.
Running for a good cause: In 2013, Dirty Girl’s goal is to contribute $250,000 in cash support to Bright Pink (brightpink.org), the only national non-profit organization focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. Cancer survivors always participate in Dirty Girl events for free.
Women aged 14 and up can participate in Dirty Girl events. Entry fee is $65-$100, depending on how far in advance you register.
Register for the Roanoke Dirty Girl Mud Run or the South Carolina Dirty Girl Mud Run. The first wave of runners will take off at 8AM, and the last wave at 4PM. To learn more about Dirty Girl, visit www.godirtygirl.com.
Logo courtesy Dirty Girl Mud Run