Camp Pendleton Mud Run

Saturday, June 19, 2010
9:00 a.m. start
Lake O’Neill
Camp Pendleton

| COURSE | RULES | REGISTER | INDIVIDUALS | TEAM CAPTAINS | DIRECTIONS | AWARDS & FESTIVITIES |

“We loved the race. We have a group of 12 that comes down from Sacramento every year (we’re on year 3). The best volunteers in the world. See you next year.”

–Ryan Rauzon

“Very impressed with the organization, energy demonstrated by the military and the race itself. My father was stationed at Pendleton, Vietnam vet, and passed away 3 years ago this past memorial day and it was an honor to run a race in his name. Thank you for such a great experience. Will be back next year.”

–Steve Nauck

This annual charity fundraiser raises money that benefits all programs and services offered to Camp Pendleton military personnel and their families at low or no cost, by the Armed Services YMCA. THANK YOU FOR HELPING THOSE WHO SERVE AMERICA!

As of January 7th, online registration is closed but sponsorship opportunities are available through the ASYMCA. Please call 760-385-4921 for more information.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE YOU REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT:
In order to maintain the number of 5-person teams in this event, we do allow team member substitutions. You can make the substitution using the online waiver. There is no charge for a team member substitution.
However, individual entries are non-transferable – you cannot transfer your entry to another individual and you are the only one who can use this entry.
Sorry, but there are no exceptions to these rules and we appreciate your support.

COURSE & CATEGORIES: The Mud Run is a challenging 10K run with hills, tire obstacles, river crossings, two 5-foot walls with mud on both sides, tunnel crawl, slippery hill climb, and the final 30-foot mud pit. Along the course there will be 6 water points with personnel staged at each. This is the most fun you can have running a 10K! View the course map at http://www.camppendletonraces.com. Race individually military or civilian, within your age division, or as a member of a 5-person team. Choose the Open category with no restrictions on attire and footwear, or the Boots and Utilities category, which requires regulation military boots and camouflage utility trousers. Please note: there is a 2 hour 45 minute time limit on the completion of the course.

RULES & START TIME: 9:00am start. The course and all obstacles must be successfully completed to qualify for prizes. Teams are 5 participants. All team members must cross the finish line together for the team to qualify for prizes. Sorry, there are no race refunds and race numbers are non-transferable. No dogs, baby strollers, or children under the age of 15 are allowed on the course. However, all are allowed at the race site.

TO REGISTER: All team members must register together. Entry fee is $50 per person. REGISTER EARLY – This race will be capped at 5,500 participants and sells out early each year. There is NO DAY OF RACE REGISTRATION. All pre-registered entrants will receive their race number(s) and confirmation by mail 1 week prior to the event. Team captains will be mailed all race numbers and info for the entire team if all team members sign the waiver.

A few notes about your registration and deadline dates:

INDIVIDUALS: If you register by May 17th and you are on the confirmation list of entrants but do not receive your race number by event day, go to the INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE TENT on race morning to pick up your race number. Race numbers for individual are non-transferable – this means that no one else can wear your race number.

TEAM CAPTAINS: If you register by May 17th AND all your team members have signed the waiver by May 17th, your race numbers for the entire team will be sent to the team captain. If all your team members do not sign the waiver by May 17th, your race numbers will not be mailed to you, instead, a waiver for all team members to sign will be mailed. If you register online, get your team members to sign the online waiver ASAP! You, as team captain, do not need to sign this waiver – you signed when you registered your team.

In addition, the online team waiver will close on May 17th. The only opportunity after this date to sign the waiver that will be sent to you or on race morning, and all 5 members of your team will need to sign the waiver on race day together, regardless of which members have previously signed – no exceptions. Substituting team members can be made online until May 17th, then substitutes after this date need to be made on race site at the TEAM SUBSTITUTION TENT.

Substituting team members can be made online until May 17th, then substitutes after this date need to be made on race site at the TEAM SUBSTITUTION TENT.

Click here for the team waiver link

DIRECTIONS, PARKING & SHUTTLES: I-5 North to Camp Pendleton exit or I-5 South to Harbor Drive exit. Enter the Camp Pendleton main gate. Continue on Vandegrift, following the RACE EVENT signs (8.5 miles) to the Lake O’Neill Recreation area. You will be directed to parking and shuttled to the race start area. ARRIVE EARLY – allow a MINIMUM of ONE and A HALF HOURS to drive from the front gate, park, shuttle, & check-in. Race start is 9:00am sharp.

AWARDS & FESTIVITIES: Awards given to the top 3 overall finishers as well as the top 3 in each division, both military and civilian. Results also posted at 3:00 p.m. on race day; photos posted the week following the event at http://www.camppendletonraces.com. Cool commemorative t-shirts for all participants. Bag check available on race morning. Music, plenty of food, drinks and beer will be available at the festival. Open showers and closed changing tents to get clean will be available at the festival.

RESULTS ALSO POSTED AT 3PM ON RACE DAY AT http://www.camppendletonraces.com
PHOTOS POSTED THE WEEK FOLLOWING THE EVENT AT www.3hotshoes.com.

2010 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2009 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2008 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2007 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2006 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2005 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2004 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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2003 RESULTS: INDIVIDUALS – OPEN …. INDIVIDUALS – B&U

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