Get Filthy this St. Patty’s Day at the 2022 Dirty Leprechaun

The Dirty Leprechaun held at Lee Farms, will offer a LIVE 5K and 10k Mud Run. Celebrate this St. Paddy’s Day in a joyous adventure and get down and dirty with the other leprechauns on March 12th.  The muddy terrain will feature 20+ different obstacles and physical challenges, all along the beautiful location that is Lee Farms. There is a virtual option as well, offering the same swag items being shipped right to your doorstep. The virtual race can be ran or walked indoors or out. For a “mud” challenge, virtual runners can run their race on a trail.


The race schedule will start with doors opening to the first wave of participants at 8:30 AM, the first race will be at 9:00 AM with Elite wave #1 racers. The next wave will start at 9:15 AM for Open Wave 1, with the final wave at 10:45 AM. All waves will be 15 minutes apart and limited to 50 participants in each wave. There will be a new policy in effect that will ensure runners immediately start after their arrival and check in.

Packet Pick-Up:

There are two options for packet pickup – the first on Thursday March 10th from 11a- 6p at Road Runners Sports in Portland, and at Road Runner Sports in Tualatin on Friday March 11th also from 11a-6p. All participants will be required to pick up their race packets prior to race day. Each packet will contain a race bib, t-shirt, and finisher medal. Virtual participants will be mailed shortly after the event.

There are few great ways to save money. Registration is $40 ($35 for virtual), but sign up with a friend for only $60. If you want to get a whole group together, you can share referral link via email or social media to invite others to join you. If 4 people sign up with your link, you will be refunded $20. Shoot, you could almost run this race for free!
Stick around after the event for free beer, seltzer, and warm up around their bonfire!


When: March 12th, 2022
Where: Lee Farms (21975 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin)
Register: HERE
About Author

Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching hockey, going to as many breweries (618) and wineries (152) as he can, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

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