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Mud Titan Reviews from the Community
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Cheaters suck.In competition, there is little that is more frustrating than losing to someone who has cheated.For Obstacle Racing to become a legitimate “sport” and a valid test of competitive superiority among its athletes, there must be standards that are met by all participants. When participants take it upon themselves to ignore the rules of competition, chaos ensues, doubts are raised, and conflicts develop. This also applies to course directors and those "volunteers" they place as course marshalls/judges. While this 4 mile swamp walk/jog had a number of decent grip strength obstacles to actually test even the best competitors, the level of compliance among both racers and the judges at each station was horrible. I personally witnessed a number of "elite" racers cheat/skip obstacles and not give up the red band, I saw bands tucked away into shorts, tucked down into gloves. So much so that suddenly finishing in the top 10 no longer became a goal I could have easily achieved. My new goal became to spot how many of these elite competitors were cheating. I mean I spent close to $300 dollars for myself and 2 members of my family to do this event for the first time and honestly I will never do it again because of the money grab/cheating/shit show I witnessed on Saturday. Even when the course director was informed that people were cheating on course rampantly and certain people were pointed out, they just shrugged it off to saying well we know them and they would never cheat. When informed that the volunteers at every difficult grip obstacles were doing nothing to those that just bypassed it, they stated well volunteers are just volunteers. How can you have an elite wave if that's how your going to manage your race? You make yourself out to be just as big a cheater because you cheated me and everyone who legit performed every obstacle out of our money. I have over 100 races in my history and not once have I ever been or felt as salty or cheated as I did at this event. I could have pushed and podiumed at this event but just couldn't stomach the fact that I knew i'd be standing next to someone who cheated. They even awarded podiums to people who were reported for cheating, just looking the other way. And yes when confronted by the gentleman I reported for cheating what did you think I was gonna do? Back down? We know what you did, you cheated yourself. I wasn't the only one to witness it but I was the only one with the balls to stand up and say something. Stand for something.
Don’t be a cheater.
Amazing local race with a national feel
This race instantly shot up to become one of my favorites! It reminded me of what I miss so much with the loss of BattleFrog. They were able to have a super challenging course for the elites while still making it fun for everybody else. Watching people struggle to keep their bands and seeing people they were competing against cheer them on shows what OCR is all about. Seeing the top females keep fighting over and over was gut wrenching and inspiring all at the same time. Events like this that beat you down and show you who you really are when adversity strikes is the reason I do these races. No penalty loops or burpees to get around obstacles. Just do them! What a great local race with a national feel! Can't wait for the next one. If I HAD to be picky about any part of the race, I would say get rid of the burpee box jump obstacle. Any time there's an obstacle where you have to count a certain number of exercises, things can get shady. Other than that, it was amazing!!!
Great location. I really enjoyed the trails and the obstacles on this race. This was a lot of fun, thank you!
Elite women...don't waist your time with this
This course looks tempting and the photos are alluring, but if you're an elite female who likes to race fairly, likes consistency, and wants to have a decent shot at qualifying for worlds...this is not your race. I watched every step of this event from start to finish, and the lack of professionalism and obstacle-marshall wherewithal was ridiculous. The first part of the race was in the woods, and I wasn't able to observe it. But in a world championships qualifier, you can't have 20 x box jump stations with a push - up in between with only 1 or 2 volunteers marshaling the elites. Then the warp-wall: I watched as only 4 female elites completed their mid-level wall-scale(there was a higher for elite males and lower for open division) Unfortunately, as time passed many of the open division males attempted,
and slid down the mid-level wall, making it super-slick for the elite females who were stacking up waiting their turn. The open division males/females should not be allowed to attempt the elite female warp wall because they had their own wall to complete. Then, onto a hanging obstacle with ball grips. A couple elite females struggled with this as I watched another elite female attempt it once, then sneak by without having her band clipped. The volunteers were also asking athletes what their colored band meant, because they were unsure if it needed to be clipped. WHAT?? This is a World Championship qualifier right? Finally the two elite females (who were 2 or only 4 elite femles who still had their bands) made it through this obstacle and eventually onto the last two obstacles.
As I talked to the volunteer there she informed me that there were no elite females who had passed this obstacle...but went around to try the last super-human rig before the finish line. The race director told me something opposite even though he was t there to witness it. Fair enough, but there were still two more elite females who were still on course, which meant they could win if they passed these last two obstacles..right? Wrong. I overheard the announcer saying they were going to do the elite awards, so I ran over and told them there were two elite females still on course with their bands intact. He stopped the awards, came over to the 2nd to the last obstacle, and tried to pressure the last female elite to quit(the other elite female had given up at this point). He said the timers needed to leave, then left and went on with the awards as the last elite female continued to attempt to pass the obstacle. Unless stated in the rules, there is no time limit on obstacles, and this is not a Spartan burped-fest. She eventually gave up, and was never included in the results: really crappy. However, Mud Titan posted a "brag-statement" saying two elite females(Ashley and Rachel) made it to the 2nd to last obstacle but didn't finish. Both these excellent athletes did make it this far...but it's not the whole story. I personally witnessed 4 elite females make it this far with their bands (and saw a 5th one cheat and keep her band) They also gave out awards to the elite females who finished the fastest, even if they skipped obstacles and had their bands clipped. While this may seem like a rant, any self-respecting OCR athlete can see that this is not the way to run a World Championship Qualifier, and that this is the 2nd year in a row no elite females have finished (this isn't confirmed but was told to me). Mud Titan brags about their World Championship Slots...but they need to put or shut up if they are to be taken seriously. Elite athletes spend significant $$ to come and race (as do the open athletes). It needs to be fair, properly marshalled, and rules need to be in place prior to race-start....and midify the obstacles to make them somewhat-possible for the ladies. Fix this race or stop bragging about it.
Challenging Elite Course with Fun!
This was for sure a challenge in the mud but fun all around! This was my first race with MudTitan as an Elite and it won't be my last!! I did get an injury in my wrist but guess what, I knew it could happen going into an obstacle race. My adrenaline didn't stop me to finish! Great race again!!!!
This was my first 5K ever, regular or mud, I had such a great time, I have already registered for Mud Titan 8 in October.
This was my first Mud Run & my group & I had a blast! We are ready to do another!
Much better than other OCR's I've run
I really enjoyed this run as it was actually a CHALLENGE to me doing the Elite Wave for time. Other races were a little too easy to be honest. Placed Top 10 and I'll be back for a higher spot soon.
Great race to run with the kids definitely see improvement
This course was a real challenge for me. A lot of fun. My upper body was in shock afterwards. Found out I'm a little weak on the rope climbing. Can't wait to try again. That wall is a beast. Loved it.