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Dirty Donkey Run

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Participants in the Dirty Donkey Run spent Saturday at Springhill Winter Park running, crawling and climbing obstacles, all the while becoming completely caked in mud. You can see just how muddy things got in Free Press photojournalist Trevor Hagan's photos.

  • A participant wades through some mud.

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    A participant wades through some mud.

  • A team helps one member up the Wall of Shame.

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    A team helps one member up the Wall of Shame.

  • Mark Lawsome climbs the Wall of Shame.

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    Mark Lawsome climbs the Wall of Shame.

  • Participants submerge themselves in mud to slide under an obstacle.

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    Participants submerge themselves in mud to slide under an obstacle.

  • A participant clings to an obstacle while slithering under.

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    A participant clings to an obstacle while slithering under.

  • A participant emerges from underneath an obstacle.

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    A participant emerges from underneath an obstacle.

  • Lillian Mendoza emerges from a pit full of mud near the finish line of the Dirty Donkey Run.

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    Lillian Mendoza emerges from a pit full of mud near the finish line of the Dirty Donkey Run.

  • Reyna Domingo emerges from a muddy pit as she nears the finish line.

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    Reyna Domingo emerges from a muddy pit as she nears the finish line.

  • A participant treads carefully through a pool of mud.

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    A participant treads carefully through a pool of mud.

  • Things get slippery as participants help each other through the mud.

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    Things get slippery as participants help each other through the mud.

  • A relatively mud-free participant wades through an obstacle.

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    A relatively mud-free participant wades through an obstacle.

  • At least his face is relatively mud-free.

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    At least his face is relatively mud-free.

  • Mud is good for cleansing the skin, right?

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    Mud is good for cleansing the skin, right?

  • Those are some nice, clean sunglasses, considering the circumstances.

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    Those are some nice, clean sunglasses, considering the circumstances.

  • Lillian Mendoza crosses the finish line of the Dirty Donkey Run.

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    Lillian Mendoza crosses the finish line of the Dirty Donkey Run.

  • Almost at the finish line, guys.

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    Almost at the finish line, guys.

  • Crawling through the mud can be surprisingly fun.

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    Crawling through the mud can be surprisingly fun.

  • Alex Teitsma was all smiles after completing the Dirty Donkey Run.

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    Alex Teitsma was all smiles after completing the Dirty Donkey Run.

  • The mud dried out on participants pretty quick thanks to the heat.

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    The mud dried out on participants pretty quick thanks to the heat.

  • Participants wait to be hosed off after completing the Dirty Donkey Run.

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    Participants wait to be hosed off after completing the Dirty Donkey Run.

  • It was worth the wait.

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    It was worth the wait.

  • Sweet relief.

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    Sweet relief.

  • A team poses after completing the Dirty Donkey Run.

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    A team poses after completing the Dirty Donkey Run.

  • Discarded shoes piled up near the finish line.

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    Discarded shoes piled up near the finish line.

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