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Water and mud 5k obstacle race with free zip lining after race.

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  • March 30, 2019
    Diana Texas March Madness Mud Run 2019
    Thomas Falls Event Center, Diana, TX, United States
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Apr 01, 2018 by hale1114

If you think East Texas is just flat land and pine trees think again. The MMMR, located in the middle of the woods, has plenty of elevation (for Texas, that is). Also, 90% of the trail is tilled sand. Imagine running in 10" deep brown sugar for most of the trail and that was what this was like.

....And that's my biggest complaint. I had to walk because my calves and ankle weren't ready for that instability. That's a issue I need to work on, but it made the race not fun.

What did make the race fun was having to wade chest-deep in cold water. Their water obstacles were recently bolstered by fresh rains, and were quite cool. I'm wading through a pond with tadpoles and pollywogs swimming in front of me. Love being in nature!

The venue is very scenic. The festival area didn't have much, but it was well done. This is a small mom-and-pop race, but a very friendly and pleasant one.

If you're within driving range of Longview, TX and want to do a small local race with interesting challenges, try the MMMR!


The Ultimate Mud Run, Obstacle Race and Adventure Race Guide , USA 3.0 3.0 1 1 If you think East Texas is just flat land and pine trees think again. The MMMR, located in the middle of the woods, has plenty of elevation (for Texas, that is). Also, 90% of the