Fourth Big Sur Mud Run ends with a splash

By Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public AffairsApril 3, 2009

Runners quickly negotiate one-of-four mud pits during the Big Sur Mud Run.
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Army Staff Sgt. Justin Stellmacher clears the first orange barrier with his team "Griffin Main", made up of staff members of the 229th Military Intelligence Battalion.
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Eric Lund (center) and Zacarius Pierre (right), Better Opportunities for Single Service members wade through a four-foot-deep mud pit under camoflauge netting to finish their last obstacle for their team the "Presidio BOSS Hoggs."
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Eric Lund (center) and Zacarius Pierre (right), Better Opportunities for Single Service members wade through a four-foot-deep mud pit under camoflauge netting to finish their last obstacle for their team the "Presidio BOSS Hoggs." (Photo Credit: Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
The 229th Military Intelligence men's run team (kneeling) finished first for the military teams category after the 4th annual Big Sur Mud Run.
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Runners begin their five-mile run Mar. 28. The record number of participants are made up of California civilian and military residents.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Runners begin their five-mile run Mar. 28. The record number of participants are made up of California civilian and military residents. (Photo Credit: Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL