Laurinburg - May 5
9-12 miles, 31 obstacles, mud.
(w/ alternate 5-mile option)
Official Race Description:
The Dirty Hog is not a race ... it is a test. For the first time in mud run history, each checkpoint will test your grit, will, strength, and ability to work as a team with a tangible reward. Hog Tests reward you not just on the course, but off it as well. Some checkpoints make the course shorter if completed, while others will force you to carry your weight in pig feed if you can’t wrangle enough fellow competitors to succeed. For every completed Hog Test, you will receive not only course reward but also a color-coded hog tie bracelet that signifies your completion. Your hog tie wristbands might even get you some special privileges or cool stuff at the post party. The course is military-designed and U.S. military grade … do you have what it takes?
Operation Homefront was formed in February 2002. It was developed to support the families of deployed service members immediately following 9/11. The organization currently provides services to military families across the nation with 25 chapters serving 30 states. The national office handles cases in states that do not have their own chapters. The majority of clients are the lowest-paid service members, the E-1 through E-6 enlisted ranks.