Obstacle Race Will Benefit (and Include) Blind Athletes
22 Apr, 2013
New York Mudd Run to Raise Money, Awareness, for USABA
The New York Mudd Run, an obstacle race to benefit the US Association of Blind Athletes (USABA), will be held June 9 at the Thunder Ridge Ski Area in Patterson, New York. It is sponsored by Lexco Wealth Management, Inc. and Anytime Fitness.
Race wave times are 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon. Registration is now open. Individual and group volunteer opportunities are open as well.
The race course is designed to be as challenging as individuals are comfortable with. Those who participate in the two-mile run, for example, may decide to add the extra mile to their run and attempt the long three-mile course.
Registration rates vary by age of registrant and date of registration. All racers will receive a commemorative Mudd Run t-shirt. Food and beverages, as well as a beer garden, will be available for separate purchase following the race.
Information about the race is available by clicking here
About USABA: The United States Association of Blind Athletes is a national non-profit organization that provides competitive and recreational sports opportunities for children, youth, adults and Veterans who are blind and visually impaired. For more information on the work of USABA, visit their website at http://www.usaba.org.