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Hundreds Turn Out For Black Widow Mud Run in Richland

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RICHLAND, Wash. - Close to 400 people got down and dirty at the Black Widow Mud & Sun Run, Saturday morning in Richland.

The dirty challenge took place at the Horn Rapids Motorsports Complex. Organizers say it's the toughest mud run to hit the Tri-Cities.

The 5.5 mile course included 14 obstacles that sent participants over high walls, barrels and ropes, and through several mud pits.

"The course is a lot of fun--anybody can do it--you could be old, young, even little children can be rock stars," said Natalie Moody, a runner in the race.

"There's lots of mud, challenging obstacles...we love it and the best part is the water slide," added Amy Moody, a runner in the race.

This was the first year for the run which was sponsored by the Tire Factory. Organizers say they look forward to bringing the run back next year.

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