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Providence - Community Video

Mad Mud Run Recap

Published on April 27th, 2012

Mudders take on the 40-foot mud pit during the 2012 Mad Mud Run.

First, we want to say a big thank you to everyone who participated in the 2012 Mad Mud Run, either as a mudder, a member of our Super Soaker Squad, or as a fan cheering our runners on!

This year’s event was bigger than last year: 608 adults and close to 100 kids participated. Race results are at the very bottom of the Las Vegas Mad Mud Run page, which can be viewed by clicking HERE. (Note: the participant/result numbers won’t add up perfectly because some racers didn’t wear their numbers and/or their number came off during the run, so they’re not listed.)

Additionally, more than $3,000 in cash and books was donated to Spread the Word Nevada.

THANK YOU to the 16 students from the DECA Club (Distributive Education Clubs of America) at the Advanced Technologies Academy (T-TECH) and three adults who volunteered during the event. Their assistance and enthusiasm was invaluable. We couldn’t have done it without you! Sierra Adventure Sports, which organized the event and similar races across the country, made a donation to DECA in the students’ name.

We look forward to seeing all of you again next year!


We loved the costumes this year!

The 'Mudders & Daughters' team gets punny with it.

And what's a Mad Mud Run without a team of superheroes?

The Mad Mud Run is almost too much fun to handle!

We were lucky to have the best volunteers.

A mudder makes her way through the 40-foot mud pit.

Having fun in the Mud!

Splish Splash!

Muddy buddies. Lots and lots of muddy buddies!

They survived the mud pit - now it's on to the finish line!

The Village People post mud-bath, and still looking pretty good!

A mudder having an 'Eye of the Tiger' moment.

Celebrating at the end of the Mad Mud Run and Mudpuppy Splash.

The Providence team says THANK YOU to all of the 2012 Mad Mud Run participants and volunteers.