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“Obstacles” add to the fun and excitement of the race. Only the Mud Brigade planning committee will know the final course and obstacles until the race officially begins.  The organizers of the Mud Brigade believe that stepping up to the start line of any race should be not only be exciting, but include some anticipation for what’s to come. In its’ inaugural year, the Mud Brigade would like to entice not only the competitive racers, but also the silly-costume-wearing racers by providing 3.2 miles worth of organized chaos, challenges and humor.


Donations within the registration fee will be going to:

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NOT AFRAID OF A LITTLE DIRT?
JOIN THE MUD BRIGADE TEAM

We need you, to make Mud Brigade the filthiest event in Northern Colorado. Become part of our unique volunteer team and experience a race you will have to see to believe. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities; not all involve mud, but all are needed to make Mud Brigade a SUCCESS!

Volunteer positions that are available:

  • Set Up
  • Tear Down
  • Welcome
  • First Aid
  • Obstacle Stations
  • Course
  • Carts
  • Gear Check
  • Registration Packets
  • Hand out Registration Packets
  • Poster/Flyer Distribution
  • Water Stations
  • Hose off Stations
  • Kids Area
  • Cheerleaders

Download the volunteer application HERE.

On the day of the event, all volunteers will be awarded a Mud Brigade T-Shirt, a food voucher and access to the Hospitality tent on site!


THE MUD BRIGADE
IS PROUD TO WORK WITH

 
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Nearly 13,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities participate in Special Olympics Colorado’s life changing programs each year. Athletes compete in over 22 sports at the local and state level and over 100 area events. Participation encourages social relationships with peers, promotes physical and psychological health, facilitates skill development, encourages independence and leadership, and enhances perceptions of community membership.

In addition to training and competition, Special Olympics Colorado leverages sports as a platform for teaching acceptance and inclusion to Coloradoans through the Project UNIFY® program now in 65 schools, impacting over 18,000 youth. Colorado youth are now leading the charge to banish hurtful speech and prejudices against their peers with intellectual disabilities and competing together on Unified Sports® teams.