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Race Preview: The Dirty Du & Dirt Dash

dirty-du-bannerWhat would spring be in the Pacific NW without a healthy dose of mud on your shoes, mud on your cars and even on your dogs? Mud, we have aplenty.

So why not fully embrace it and do a mud run or duathlon? Yes, duathlon. Turns out X-Dog Events has something for you. Let me give you the dirt …

On Saturday April 6th at Hagg Lake Boat Ramp C, two simultaneous events will be taking place. The first is The Dirty Du, a five mile trail run with a fourteen mile bike run. There will be both solo and relay divisions. If you choose to do it as a relay, then one person bikes and one person will run. There’s also the option to do it all by yourself.

Starting thirty minutes after the Duathlon is the 5 mile Dirty Dash trail run.

On both courses you will take in the scenery of Scoggin’s Valley and Henry Hagg Lake. You will be on trails, with a little road mixed in to get you to even better trails.

Food, beverages and random prizes will be available post event. And of course, if you want to rinse off there’s always the lake. Umm, brrr!!

EVENT: The Dirty Du & Dirt Dash

WHEN: April 6th, 2014

WHERE: Henry Hagg Lake, Boat Ramp C

REGISTER: Online here for Duathlon, $35 or $45 for relay team; Online here for Dirty Dash, $25


About Tina Langley (30 Articles)
I have been living, running and working in this area for sixteen years. Along with family, running is my greatest passion and I love to write about it. When not doing those things I also organize running events.

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