Run Amuck

Attack the mud trench, lumber through a low crawl and indulge in a super sloppy mud pit, just three of more than 20 challenges that await participants along a hilly four mile course.

222 Days

Until Event Day June 2nd

Mud and Guts Low Crawl and High Fun

Run Amuck, the MCM's messiest mud and obstacle event, offers runners arduous obstacles and plenty of mud along a four-mile course on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at Butler Stadium. Run Amuck and the scaled down two-mile version of the course, Mini Run Amuck, offer wild fun for rowdy runners (ages 8 and up), outrageous athletes and fun-loving families. Run Amuck participants will attack the mud trench, lumber through a low crawl, beat a water blast and submerge in a super sloppy mud pit, just three of 20+ challenges that await participants along the hideously hilly course tucked into the wooden terrain of Marine Corps Base Quantico.

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Dishing the Dirt

Run Amuck Map

Run through four miles of mud and obstacles or tackle the two-mile scaled version.

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Packet Pick-up

Runners must show the E-card at Packet Pick-up either printed out or displayed on phone.

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Schedule

Play dirty and keep track of important dates and times for Run Amuck and Mini Run Amuck.

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Down and Dirty Event Details

Down and Dirty

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Run Amuck Grind

As a result of your participation in the shoe return, the MCMO yielded 324 pairs of running shoes. The shoes will go to a facility that grinds them down for materials used to create state-of-the-art running tracks, playgrounds, gyms and weight rooms, and other surfaces used for sport.

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Shop MCM for Dad

A running dad is just a normal dad, only more awesome. Does your Dad run marathons? If so, he’s already unwrapped and utilized the most cherished gifts of motivation, determination and inspiration. So let’s get creative…celebrate all your father accomplishments during his runs with the Marines by purchasing commemorative MCM or Historic Half items at special prices just for MCM Dads.

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