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    Dirty Dash 2013!

    Saturday, July 13 2013 10:16 PM EDT2013-07-14 02:16:28 GMT
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    Who doesn't like to get a little dirty every now and then? Well, today in Riverside State Park, thousands of racers will start a race clean as a whistle, and end it filthy as a pig at this year's Dirty Dash! The course features obstacles designed to not only be challenging, but also to get the racers absolutely covered in mud! INSIDE>>>|SLIDESHOW! Over 650 Photos!|
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  • Runners Get Ready For The Dirty Dash

    Runners Get Ready For The Dirty Dash

    Friday, July 12 2013 7:14 PM EDT2013-07-12 23:14:24 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. – It's one of the wildest and dirtiest races you will ever run! This Saturday, Spokane will host Dirty Dash at Riverside State Park.More >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. – It's one of the wildest and dirtiest races you will ever run! This Saturday, Spokane will host Dirty Dash at Riverside State Park.More >>
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