Adults and teenagers can compete in the 4.5-mile course with 15 obstacles for $50. There will be an optional turnaround point for participants who would like to complete only 3 miles.
Children can compete in the Kids Mini Mudder, designed for ages 10 and younger, for $15.
New this year, Heat 1 of the day, at 9 a.m., is set aside for competitive athletes, male and female, who want to go head-to-head with the best. Entrants in the Elite Heat should be 16 and older. Limit is 50 in the heat.
Also new is a Youth Only Heat for runners ages 11-15 (or younger athletes physically capable of running alone). They can compete on the big course at discounted rate of $30. Those interested should register for Heat 5. (Youth choosing to compete with a parent will need to register in same heat as their parent at full price, then email email@example.com to request refund of $20.)
Groups of four or more are eligible for a 10 percent discount.
The run is sponsored by Inland 360 and is a nonprofit event. This year’s proceeds will go to the Lewiston Independent Foundation for Education, a nonprofit group that supports special projects by teachers, staff and students in Lewiston public schools; and the Liberty Theater Preservation Alliance, an effort to preserve Lewiston’s downtown Liberty Theater for the community.
Registration is available at: lcvdownanddirty.com.