Canada’s premier mud/obstacle event series is going decidedly urban this spring with a race at Toronto’s Ontario Place.
Held on May 22nd to 23rd, thousands will have the opportunity to participate in Canada’s only true urban obstacle event “Mud Hero Urban” right in the heart of the city! Over six kilometers participants will climb, crawl, jump, slip and slide their way to the muddy finish line.
Unlike some events Mud Hero is not punishing – offering participants the option to tackle easy or difficult variations of some obstacles. “It really is a race for everyone,” said Adam Rupple, co-founder. “Our participants are not elite athletes. They are people who want to challenge themselves a bit, get muddy and have a great time with their friends. It’s all about the accomplishment.”
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