Join us Saturday morning, April 18th, at 8:30am for the Seamark Mudder sponsored by BRUMOS AUTOMOTIVE - a 5K (3.1 Mile) Run through Woods, Fields, Lakes and of course, MUD!
25 challenging obstacles on natural terrain - 468 acres of a working ranch to be exact! Check out our Facebook Page for pictures and more info on each obstacle: https://www.facebook.com/seamarkmudder
Run as a Team or Individual...and if the obstacles aren't your forte, join us for a 1 mile fun run instead!
***Please note: If you would like to register as a TEAM, choose the Team Registration and follow the prompts. You will register yourself as an individual, and then you will have the option to join or create a team. Teams of 10 or more are eligible for a 20% off discount. Please contact email@example.com for more info. For teams that have less than 10 participants, the price reflects how much it costs to register yourself on a team, and there is no added cost to join or create a team.
All Proceeds Will Benefit Seamark Ranch…a Christian home and a ray of hope for children needing a chance.
Event details and schedule
EVENT TIME: 8:30am
Free parking, but we encourage you to arrive early.
We will have participant waves in 15 miniute intervals.
Check our website for a course map - here is a preview of the obstacles:
The Plunge - murky lake plunge and trudge
The Berm - rope climb up the side of the berm
That Doesn’t Smell like Mud - climb over and under mud pipes
Seamark’s Web - cargo net berm climb
Mine Field - 200 yards of pot hole berm
Tube Crossing - crawl across a floating tube bridge
Bear Crawl - stay low
Tender Foot - web of wires
Run Forest Run - run through 500 gallons of flowing muddy water
Head Games - crouch under a low bridge
Un-Stable - test your balance and footing along beams
River of Despair - navigate black creek
Shoe Sucker - run while your shoes get sucked into this muddy valley
Alligator Alley - charge through 100 yards of waist-deep water
Hay Dude - climb a mountain of hay bales
The Wall - climb over a wood plank wall
Stairway to Heaven - scale the side of a 25 foot muddy hill