June 04, 2016
East Fork State Park
http://www.mudrunguide.com/event/bethel-ohio-beast-east-fork-2016/ East Fork State Park, 3294 Elklick Road, Bethel, OH, United States Beast of the East Fork firstname.lastname@example.org use-title true MM/DD/YYYY
Check in and walk up registration will begin at 9am.
Heats will start with the Elite chip-timed runners at 10am.
Heats will start approximately every 5 minutes with 25-30 runners each.
Free lunch for all runners will start around 10:45am.
Venue:East Fork State Park
3294 Elklick Road
Bethel, OH, United States - View Map
Organizer:Beast of the East Fork Beast of the East Fork is the first race of its kind in Eastern Cincinnati. Don’t be fooled, this isn't your grandma's 5K. But that shouldn’t stop her from coming! It’s an all-out adventure through the woods and fields of beautiful East Fork State Park, where you'll find yourself taking on a multitude of natural and man-made beastly obstacles. Run, jump, and climb your way along trails and hillsides as you seek the beast within. The 3-mile course will take you through terrain and obstacles for adventurers of all skill levels, testing the beast in all of us. We designed the course to be run at your pace and each obstacle to be conquered by anyone willing to take it on. Fast, Slow, Easy, Hard…Decide for yourself or with your teammates
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What You Get:
- Swag bag
- Post-Race Meal Ticket
The 3-mile course will take you through terrain and obstacles for adventurers of all skill levels, testing the beast in all of us. We designed the course to be run at your pace and each obstacle to be conquered by anyone willing to take it on. Fast, Slow, Easy, Hard…Decide for yourself or with your teammates.
Mud Crawl - Get low and get muddy. Did you really think you woudn't have to do this?
Cargo Nets - Up and over these nets suspended between trees. It is both beautiful and daunting.
Tire Run - It's a classic and yet somehow it still trips you up. Must be the heavy legs from running up and down hills for three miles...
Spider Web - Criss crossing between a clump of trees, this parachord web may not seem like much. But don't underestimate the toll of simple frustrastion on mental and physical fatigue.
Wall Climb - Simple doesn't always mean easy. Get over these walls with little or no foot holds. Get there first before they're covered in mud.
Tire Flip - Use every major muscle group to flip these giant tires. It's okay to borrow a friend's major muscle groups as well...
Hill Climb - This should put the final touches on the lactic acid build up in your legs. Okay fine. We'll give you a rope for assistance.
Tight Rope - Two options exist here. Walk across one rope, using your hands on a second for balance. Or, make the traverse using only one thick rope.
Tire Wall - This wall of tires, suspended between trees is easy enough to climb, but getting over the top can be a bit of a head trp.
Monkey Bars - Another play ground classic, except covered in mud by all the other kids.
Sandbag Carry - It might be a sand bag, it might be a car batery, we don't know yet. But it will be heavy and you won't like carrying it.
Tube Crawl - Have a fear of small, dark places? Yeah, us too. That's why this tube is one-part hard and nine-parts ""Get me the heck out of here!""
Beach Run - The finish line is in sight, all that stands between you and ice cold, high quality H2O is seventy yards of 6-inch deep sand. Sorry, not sorry.
Water/Aid stations will be located every mile and EMT's will be onsite at the finish. Fruit and water, as well as a free lunch, will be available after the race for all runners.
There will be raffle prizes after the race!
Spectators are free and welcome to relax under the Race HQ Pavilion. Spectators can purchase food for a nominal price and may participate in all other post-race activities for free.
Parking is free and abundant. Enter East Fork State Park from St. Rt. 125 and follow park signs to the Beach.
After the race, there will be free lunch (for all runners) and music. We'll raffle off some prizes and everyone is encouraged to stick around to hang out, go swimming, or play on the adult-sized inflatables (weather permitting).
We will have a Little Beast course located on the beach for animals not quite big enough for the full race (approx. ages 4-10).
100% of every registration fees will be donated to support Southeast Cincinnati Young Life’s Camp Scholarship Fund. These funds go specifically and solely to assisting local adolescents experience Young Life summer camp.Southeast Cincinnati Young Life is a youth ministry serving the Forest Hills, West Clermont, New Richmond, and Batavia School Districts. Young Life volunteers invest 100’s of hours every year into building relationships with and mentoring adolescents in our communities. Learn more about Young Life at ylsec.com and younglife.org.
Teams of 5 or more will receive $50 off the total registration fee if they register together at one time.
Teams can be as large or small as you'd like and anyone can create a team during their registration.
Password protect your team if you like, and invite your friends to join by sharing the password.
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