2022 **UPDATED** Results Are In!
Many people chose not to be electronically timed. For some of us, it's a race! For some of us, it's a test! And for some of us, it's just a fun experience. In any case, it's all about getting out there and experiencing something new and amazing. Congratulations to all of our participants - we are proud to have hosted you!!!
Over 3,000 racers from the LC Valley and surrounding areas have gotten Down and Dirty in the region's only obstacle course race!
Over 550 people participated in the 2022 LC Valley Down & Dirty Mud Run! The turnout was far beyond our expectations and our committee couldn't have been more pleased with the results. We had an amazing group of volunteers and a hearty group of runners who were willing to challenge themselves physically and mentally.
This event is made possible thanks to our local sponsors!
Big mud. Big fun. Right in your backyard.
The LC Valley Down and Dirty Mud Run made its rather messy debut in 2014 and has grown bigger and better every year since. Construction of the new LHS forced the event to move to a new home and COVID-19 forced us all to watch and wait.
Consider this your official invitation to join the mud and mayhem – your invitation to run, jump, hop, crawl, bounce and splash your way to the finish line alongside your brave and adventurous neighbors from across the Inland Northwest.
Results from 2021:
It is important to note that the majority of runners chose not to be timed. So, these lists include only the results of runners who wore an electronic timing chip.
About the race
What is Down and Dirty?
The LC Valley Down and Dirty Mud Run is part cross country run, part obstacle course for adults and children of all ages and athletic abilities. And don't worry! It's not a race unless you want it to be. Slow down, get muddy and enjoy the opportunity to get real dirty without having to make excuses.
When, where and how far?
The race is scheduled for this August. We'll have a short course, long course and a Mini-Mudder for kids. There's no age limit (top or bottom) for the big course, but runners should be able to handle all (or most) of the obstacles themselves and our youngest entrants should be running in the same heat as a parent or guardian.
Can we run in the same heat as our friends?
Yes. Participants can designate which heat in which they would like to compete. Your group should register early to make sure there is room for all in your chosen heat. The Mini-Mudder will be a run-as-you-come affair, with the course open from 9 a.m. to noon. Kids can run multiple times if they have the energy, and parent are welcome to run alongside.
How much to participate?
Cost ranges from $45-75 for the main course (register early for the best deal!) and includes the race, a T-shirt, finishers award, and chip timing. There's also a post race shower and party. The Mini-Mudder costs just $20.
What about spectators?
Nonparticipants are in for a treat. The event will be held on the best spectator course in the region. Friends and family will be able to share in your muddy exploits without leaving the start/finish area. They can also join in the post-race party. Make sure they bring a camera to capture the fun.
I'm in! Who else benefits?
We are a strong supporter of local non-profits and charities. In five years of operation, the LC Down & Dirty has donated over $72,000 to charities including:
- Green Apple Project
- American Warfighters
- Tammany High School
- LC Valley Youth Resource Center
- Lewiston Roundup
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Idaho Food Bank
- Liberty Theater Preservation Alliance
- L.I.F.E. Board
- Gritman Diabetes Awareness
- Willow Center
- Opportunities Unlimited